Organized a day to approach the work of the artists in the exhibition
Activities in Spanish
On the occasion on the exhibition Bacon, Freud and the School of London, Museo Picasso Málaga organized a day to approach the work of the artists in the exhibition, from different perspectives and for all audiences.
May 6, 2017
According to working day
According to the program
PlaceMuseo Picasso Málaga
Paisajes (landscapes). Family workshop 10.30am – 1.30pm. Garden Whether it was in the studio, the buildings or the streets London, the artists present in this exhibition turned their eyes towards their surroundings, finding inspiration in their nearest circle to create their works. Families participating in this workshop will create private three-dimensional landscapes using different types of paper, cardboard, glues and scissors.
Pinta tu cuerpo (Paint your body). Family Workshop 10.30am – 1.30pm. Fig tree square The representation of the human body and its pure vitality, as well as the intense experience of painting revealed by the works on display will serve as inspiration for the participants in this workshop. Using brushes and felt-tip pens, we will create a human figure using our own silhouette.
Conoce a los pintores (Meet the painters). Guided tour for families in Spanish 11am and 12pm Through a selection of works present in the exhibition, we will get to know a group of painters from second half of the twentieth century in London, who focused their interest in representing their closest environment in their work.
Guided tour of the exhibition. For adult audiences in Spanish 1pm. Limited space A Museum educator will guide this tour through a selection of works by Bacon, Freud and The School of London, that will serve to delve into the key concepts of the exhibition.
Drypoint and Monoprint workshop. For adult audiences 6pm - 7.30pm. Limited space This activity combines a visit to the exhibition galleries with hands on work in the studio. Beginning with observation and discussion of a series of works produced with engraving. Then continuing in the workshops, where participants will use printmaking techniques for making monoprints using different methods on acetate.