Dora García, Cristina Iglesias, Esther Ferrer, Soledad Sevilla, Ángela de la Cruz and Elena Asins. What do all these artists have in common? Well, their works form part, among others, of the exhibition ‘Writing all their names’ which, co-produced by the PalaisPopulaire in Berlin, will be at the Helga de Alvear Museum until 29 October. It is a unique opportunity to see fifty works by these fantastic artists, who are considered to be the benchmarks of Spanish art in recent decades, and to do so in the rooms of this very special museum designed by Emilio Tuñón and Francisco de la Pezuela (in the old part) and, at the same time, to visit the monumental complex of the city of Cáceres, declared a World Heritage Site in 1986, is an excellent summer alternative. As the art centre comments, this exhibition “not only alludes to the urgent need to make women artists visible, but also proposes a genealogy between three generations of creators who “narrate the world in feminine terms, proposing new ways of looking and inhabiting”.
Centro Botín in Santander