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MAIN EXHIBITIONSPaul Klee / De poéticas a políticas. Premio Jameel
Buy a single ticket to visit the exhibitions: Paul Klee and De poéticas a políticas: Premio Jameel
About the exhibitions
- Paul Klee | Organized by Centro Cultural la Moneda in conjunction with Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, will not only exhibit his facet as an artist, but also the most human and intimate side of one of the most important references in early modern art in the first half of the 20th century.
With 107 artworks, the exhibition presents drawings, paintings, watercolours, puppets, photographs, documents and tools from Paul Klee’s workshop, revealing new and unknown aspects of the personality and work of the artist who experienced historical contexts such as the First World War, the rise of Nazism and censorship.
- De poéticas a políticas. Premio Jameel | Exhibits the work of the eight finalists of the sixth edition of the Jameel Prize. The work of these eight designers addresses the continued influence of Islamic tradition on creative practice in the present, through graphic design, installation, activism, typography and textile design.
This exhibition, organized by CCLM together with the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, in association with Art Jameel (Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates), is the first time the Jameel Prize has focused on contemporary design. It is also the first time the Prize and these designers have been presented in South America.
Friends of CCLM: Free access
Childrens under 12 years: Free access
People over 60 years: Free access
Tuesday entry free upon reservation here
MOBILITY PASS | Attendees older than 15 years of age must present their mobility pass at the entrance to the cultural centre in accordance with current health regulations. People without a mobility pass will only be able to attend on Tuesdays between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm and on Thursdays between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm. All of the above in accordance with the provisions of the health authority within the framework of the Step by Step plan.
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