During this chronological framework that includes the two world conflicts, we can easily state that we are witnessing the consolidation of artistic modernity. This phenomenon was more intense in those countries that saw their old political and social structures falter. This large proposal for an exhibition with almost a thousand pieces takes back a group of greatly talented artists, especially those who were active and young at the time (with a relevant participation of women) who were committed not only to modern art (most of them moved to central cultural spots such as Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam or Zurich and they participated in international exhibitions) but also to the structural reforms in accordance with the idealistic spirit of the time.
11:00 –Estrella de Diego
Onirical and surrealistic poetics
12’30 h.-Joan Minguet Batllori
Historic avant-gardes and their global commitment
16’30 h.-Pilar Parcerisas
Geometrical abstraction and linguistic experimentation
17’30 h.- Andres Alfaro Hofmann
The revolution of everyday life. The role of design.