Art Karlsruhe celebrates its 19th edition from July 7 to 10 with 215 galleries in the that you can take a tour of more than 120 years of art history. Among the participants, 8 come from Spain and one of them from Castilla y León. Once again Galería Rodrigo Juarranz, from Aranda de Duero, participates in one of the most important fairs in Germany and it does so with a great commitment.
On the one hand, a 100 m2 square of sculptures dedicated to the artist Carlos Albert. In addition, one of the most monumental works has been selected to give the Welcome to the visitors of the fair. We remember that Albert (Madrid, 1978) was the one in charge of carrying out the first exhibition of sculpture in the open air of Aranda Duero in 2015, remaining for the heritage of the town Faro de Castilla, located in the Plaza de los Tercios.
On the other hand, an exhibition has been set up at the stand in which works of art of great masters of the 20th century dialogue with those of 21st century artists. So, next to paintings by Marcos Tamargo (Gijón, 1982), one of the most outstanding artists of the national panorama, author of the portraits of the women awarded with the Nobel Prize throughout history, the last graphic work carried out is shown and signed by Pablo Picasso before he died. Miró, Tàpies and Chillida complete the show with Diego Benéitez (Zamora, 1986); Jaime Sicilia (Madrid, 1970) and the Oviedo sculptor Beatriz Díaz Ceballos (1971).
In addition, in the special intaglio section, the fair's curatorial team has selected the work Wald, an etching by the artist Jaime Sicilia made in the workshop of the engraver Pablo Rojas from Aranda de Duero. This is the first edition of To count
del Arte, the new cultural space in which Todo Libro and the Galería Rodrigo Juarranz.
More information: Rodrigo Juarranz 659 19 25 89; Laura Bodas 605 20 16 54