The exhibition, which coincides with the tenth anniversary of the artist’s death, can be seen at the Museum of Music from 14 June.
Josep Guinovart is considered to be one of the best representatives of informalism, a pictorial movement that encompasses all the abstract and gestural tendencies that developed on the European continent after World War II. Born in Barcelona in 1927, he had an intense and fruitful career, and today there are many museums in Europe and America that exhibit examples of his work. He died on 12 December 2007. The Museum of Music and the Fundació privada Espai Guinovart want to commemorate this tenth anniversary of his death with an exhibition titled GU-INNO-VART, which includes a series of works that share as a common denominator the world of music.
Music was one of the artist’s greatest interests and he reflected that in his creations. The exhibition, which will run from 14 June to 7 October, will show us how he painted the blues, how he staged Verdi’s Aida, how he reinterpreted cante jondo and how a trumpeter appears from behind the curtain. A good day to go see the exhibition is 27 September, since at 7pm, as an activity parallel to the exhibition, the writer Adrià Pujol will read Guitarres lorquianes.
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