Exhibitions

  • Fortuny y Madrazo: An Artistic Legacy

    NOVEMBER 30, 2012 – MARCH 30, 2013

     

         In November, 2012, Queen Sofía Spanish Institute presented Fortuny y Madrazo: An Artistic Legacy, a seminal exhibition analyzing the work of celebrated Spanish artist and designer Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo (1871–1949) in the context of the family of artists from which he  descended. Conceived by and curated with Oscar de la Renta, chairman of the Institute’s board of directors, this was the first exhibition to examine the impact of both the matrilineal and paternal artistic legacies on Fortuny’s groundbreaking work in numerous fields, from textile and clothing design to visual arts, and elaborating on the origins and influences that shaped his extraordinary career.

     

    Exhibition ran from November 30, 2012−March 30, 2013

     

     PRESS RELEASE 

     

    Queen Sofía Spanish Institute

    684 Park Avenue

    New York, New York 10065

    T 212-628-0420

     

    Gallery hours:

    Monday–Thursday 10am–6pm

    Friday 10am–8pm

    Saturday 10am–5pm

     

    Entrance:

    Members                         $10

    Non-Members                $15

    Seniors / Students         $5

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