Intervention dedicated to the links between enlightened culture and popular culture of the artists of the first half of the 20th century
Activity in Spanish
Museo Picasso Málaga invited specialists from different cultural fields to offer their personal perspective on the topics covered in the exhibition Movements and Sequences.
In exhibition galleries, on Thursday 30th April, writer and Spanish scholar Ian Gibson was discussing the links between high culture and popular culture of the artists from the early twentieth century. Gibson was payed particular attention to the work on display by Federico García Lorca, whom he has researched and written about extensively.
This gallery tolk with Ian Gibson is the third of this series, in which filmmaker Gloria Crespo(16th April), the art critic Juan Francisco Rueda (23rd April) and the Professor Mikel Astrain (7th May) also participated.