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Past exhibitions

The Goya Museum-Ibercaja Collection stands out for its constant activity, with new exhibitions, courses and workshops. One of our greatest aims is to bring major paintings to the public and to disseminate the knowledge of outstanding professionals in the field. Below is a list of the exhibitions that have been held during the new stage of the Goya Museum-Ibercaja Collection.

Disasters of War. Jake & Dinos Chapman on Goya

Disasters of War. Jake & Dinos Chapman on Goya
Fecha de inicio16-11-2017
Fecha de fin11-02-2018

The graphic work of Francisco de Goya (Fuendetodos, Zaragoza, 1746 - Bordeaux, 1828) is considered one of the most important facets in which the Aragonese artist expressed his genius and his absolutely innovative spirit. His contributions to etching and the mastery he achieved in its execution throughout his life make Goya into an unavoidable point of reference for understanding the evolution of etching and researching it in numerous aspects.

Disasters of War. Jake & Dinos Chapman on Goya was an exhibition consisting of the original prints by the Chapman brothers entitled Disasters of War IV, a series of eighty-three etchings coloured by hand in 2001 in which the work of the Aragonese genius is reinterpreted to show the close relationship between their visions due to their common themes concerning violence and war and also because of their expressive parallelisms, the power of the images and the way they can appal the spectator.

Bullfighting: passion and innovation, Francisco de Goya and Pablo Picasso

Bullfighting: passion and innovation, Francisco de Goya and Pablo Picasso
Fecha de inicio20-07-2017
Fecha de fin29-10-2017

Bullfighting: passion and innovation, Francisco de Goya and Pablo Picasso was an exhibition made up of Picasso’s original prints in which he reinterpreted the work of the Aragonese genius, sharing a passion for the bull’s dance in its encounter with human intelligence.

 Alongside Francisco de Goya, Pablo Picasso is the Spanish artist who best understood and expressed the world of bulls; and this in a country and at a time when bull rings played a key role in society.

Goya’s ‘Los Caprichos’ by Dalí. Graphics work by Salvador Dalí

Goya’s ‘Los Caprichos’ by Dalí. Graphics work by Salvador Dalí
Fecha de inicio06-04-2017
Fecha de fin09-07-2017

The Goya Museum. Ibercaja Collection-Camón Aznar Museum has a permanent exhibition of the complete collection of Goya’s prints. They show he was a pioneer of modernity not only in terms of technique but especially in the conceptual side to his work: subjectivity, irrationality, onirism, satire, cruelty, violence and expressiveness are some of the keys to Goya which are precursors of 20th century art.

Goya’s ‘Los Caprichos’ by Dalí featured Salvador Dalí’s eighty original prints in which he reinterpreted the work of the Aragonese genius by using the pre-existing images, adding new figures and changing scenes and characters from his surrealist perspective.

Passion for Art.The century of restlessness in Goya’s Aragon

Passion for Art.The century of restlessness in Goya’s Aragon
Fecha de inicio14-11-2016
Fecha de fin26-02-2017

The Passion for Art; the century of restlessness in Goya’s Aragon exhibition was part of the Passion for Freedom project run by Fundación Bancaria Ibercaja to recover the Aragonese Enlightenment and thus add to our knowledge about the people of Aragon. It publicised those generations of artists who, overshadowed by the genius of Fuendetodos, largely forgotten by historiography and in general barely known by the public, nevertheless achieved national importance.

Teresa of Ávila: From Goya to the academicians of today

Teresa of Ávila: From Goya to the academicians of today
Fecha de inicio22-06-2016
Fecha de fin06-11-2016

Saint Teresa of Ávila has for centuries been an example for life. Her influence on art has been extremely significant and her iconography has been the subject of substantial studies and contributions. As a result and without forgetting all that tradition, it was fascinating to consider how the image of Saint Teresa is seen by 21st century art, which is what the artists of the San Luis Royal Academy of Fine Arts set out to do.

Goya among Aragonese portrait painters

Goya among Aragonese portrait painters
Fecha de inicio03-03-2016
Fecha de fin05-06-2016

The exhibition "Goya among Aragonese portrait painters" studies the influence of Francisco de Goya in the genre of portraiture among Aragonese painters, from the stela found in his own historical setting to artists of the second half of the 20th century, delving into details and techniques instituted by Goya that represented breakthroughs in the concept of the portrait and still remain in force today.

TIME ALSO PAINTS. CARRERA BLECUA DREAMING GOYA

TIME ALSO PAINTS. CARRERA BLECUA DREAMING GOYA
Fecha de inicio19-11-2015
Fecha de fin24-01-2016

In its quest to disseminate and deepen study of the work created by Francisco de Goya, Ibercaja Social Projects proposes a game of mirrors between this universal Aragonese painter and contemporary art.

GOYA AND THE VIRGIN. HIS IMAGES OF ZARAGOZA

GOYA AND THE VIRGIN. HIS IMAGES OF ZARAGOZA
Fecha de inicio16-07-2015
Fecha de fin08-11-2015

This exhibition centred on the relationship that Francisco de Goya kept with his hometown through his works related to the figure of the Virgin Mary.

GOYA AND ZARAGOZA (1746-1775). HIS ROOTS ARAGONESE

GOYA AND ZARAGOZA (1746-1775). HIS ROOTS ARAGONESE
Fecha de inicio27-02-2015
Fecha de fin28-06-2015

This exhibition brought together most of the works created by Francisco de Goya during the years of his training before 1775.

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