The Museo Picasso Málaga has invited Sevillian-born artist Curro González to give his views on The Echo of Picasso exhibition.
For an activity entitled Resonances, the museum’s galleries will be a meeting place and host a discussion on Pablo Picasso’s work and its repercussions on contemporary art. Through a guided tour, several artists present their different interpretations of the themes examined in the exhibition.
Spanish painter Curro González is a representative of the generations of the 1980s in Seville. His works explore the practice of painting with new discourses and reflect on representation as a place from which to build the illusion of reality. Irony and a sense of humour are common in this artist’s work and are two elements he uses to eschew the serious, solemn discourse with which part of today’s art is imbued. He likewise constantly plays with the spectator’s perceptive disposition in his creations.
His works can be found in the most important Spanish collections and museums such as the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Banco de España collection, Artium, the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, the Caja Madrid collection and the Unicaja collection, among others.
January 18, 2024
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PlaceTemporary exhibition Museo Picasso Málaga
The Echo of Picasso
Curated by Éric Troncy