Approach the work of this artist with activities for all types of audiences
Guided tours, lectures, workshops, music … Around the exhibition dedicated to Louise Bourgeois, Museo Picasso Malaga organized a day to approach to the work of this artist with activities for all audiences. For this occasion, the Museum had two special guests: María Fluxà and Christina Rosenvinge.
Over the years Mary Fluxà has collected about fifty works by Louise Bourgeois, whom she met personally in 1993. For four years Fluxà traveled twice a year to New York to meet with the artist, with whom she collaborated for the edition of the book Metamorphosis.
The singer Christina Rosenvinge is also aware of the work of Bourgeois, which inspired one of the songs from her latest album, Lo Nuestro.
The activities were included in the price of admission to the temporary exhibition (except Christina Rosenvinge concert). Registration at the museum box office one hour before the activity. Limited capacity.
Advance tickets sales here. Tickets are also available at the museum ticket office.
- Seminar ‘Louise Bourgeois. I Have Been to Hell and Back’#- Sew, weave and knit inspired by Louise Bourgeois#- Summer workshops for children#- Guided tours and art techniques for adults#- A Day with Louise Bourgeois. 26 Sept 2015
Sewing drawings. Workshop for families From 11am to 12pm In her work Louise Bourgeois introduced materials such as fabric and thread, using innovative media and uncommon techniques in art history. Some of his works will inspire us to create a drawing thread in the workshops of the Museum.
Casting workshop. Workshop for families From 12pm to 1pm Topics such as contact with loved ones and sculptural techniques will be the axis around which turns this activity. Each participant will have the opportunity to consider and capture some of the issues present in the work by Louise Bourgeois.
Gallery Talks 12pm and 1pm Guided tour for adults in the temporary exhibition. EVENING
Intaglio printmaking workshop: Etching. Workshop for adults From 5.30pm to 7pm The intaglio technique is constant in Picasso’s work, but also in that of Louise Bourgeois. This will be the starting point for an activity that combines the visit to the exhibition galleries and practical experience in the workshops of the Museum.
Conversations with Mary Fluxá, art collector 6pm In her talk, which will take place in the galleries of the exhibition, Fluxà will narrate her personal experience, firsthand, with Louise Bourgeois and her work. Activity for an adult audience