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Infinite Sculpture (Escultura infinita) brings together the work of forty one Spanish artists through ninety one works mainly from the collections of IVAM-Institut Valencià d’Art Modern, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Museo Patio Herreriano de Arte Contemporáneo Español and Fundació Antoni Tàpies. This exhibition offers a look at Spanish sculpture in the central core of the twentieth century. The exhibition is presented within a limited chronological framework (1930-1997) and restricted to one country (Spain) or one nationality (Spanish), and proposes an approach to the irruption of the modern art in the field of sculpture. In this sense, the exhibition Infinite Sculpture combines works of art by representatives of Spanish modernity of the 1930s, such as Alberto Sánchez, Ángel Ferrant or Pablo Palazuelo, who acted as a springboard and inspiration for authors of later generations such as Sergi Aguilar, Cristina Iglesias or Fernando Sinaga.