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Cultural Events Carmen Thyssen Art Museum, Treasures Mediterranean Sea

This week Latest Sale covers fine art at a Malaga based cultural institution with a focus on the exhibition “Treasures of the Mediterranean Sea.” The Carmen Thyssen Art Museum in Malaga will showcase a selection of 62 pieces of fine art from March 23rd 2018. These works of art have been sourced from 35 national and international public and private collections.

With an array of fine art paintings and sculptures on display, the Carmen Thyssen Art Museum will showcase its prominence within the artistic world as it brings together fine art from such respected establishments around the world Including the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Reina Sofia Museum and the Picasso Museum in Paris.

Testament to the journey of artistic culture and interest within the regions, the Carmen Thyssen Art Museum’s exhibition will highlight art movements such as cubism with 20th century French painter Georges Braque as well as the Bronze Age Sculptures (1876) by Auguste Rodin. With additional highlights from Joaquin Torres Garcia, Emile Bernard and Henri Matisse, Pablo Ruiz Picasso will most likely steal the show with 23 works of his art expected to be on display including “Bathers Watching an Airplane” on loan from the Paris Museum.


Image courtesy of the Carmen Thyssen Art Museum