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'Spaces and Vulnerability' at the Museum of Teruel

The aim of the exhibition is to investigate the ambiguity of spaces and their meanings through a selection of works from the collection of the Museum of Teruel

'Spaces and Vulnerability' at the Museum of Teruel
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Until April 14, you can visit the temporary exhibition Spaces and Vulnerability at the Museum of Teruel, curated by Nerea Ubieto and which investigates the meaning of spaces and how they influence human beings in a very diverse way. Spaces are not static but their meaning changes according to what has been felt there. Fear, joy, anxiety or happiness are some of the feelings that make a space feel like refuge, calm or serenity or, on the contrary, like danger, threat or risk. Through a selection of works belonging to the collection of the Provincial Museum of Teruel, a tour is proposed in which to know, explore and reflect on different spaces, both individual and collective, where human beings live and they feel

This itinerary is carried out by eleven authors such as Carlos Pazos, Teresa Lanceta, Javier Tudela, Javier Campano, Mayte Vieta, Montserrat Soto, Mónica Alonso, Alicia Framis, Alexander Apóstol, Pedro Pérez Esteban and Lara Almarcegui.

'Spaces and Vulnerability' at the Museum of Teruel

On the other hand, from May 2024 you will be able to see the temporary exhibition entitled La Ternura, which represents an approach to the life and work of Remedios Clérigues Amigó. The exhibition has been curated by Andrea Tolosa-Cotoré. The combination of different disciplines such as sculpture, scenography, painting, drawing or artistic installations compose an exhibition discourse in which the artist shapes his vision of life, where culture takes on great importance in the construction of the individual and of feminist consciousness. The anthropomorphic figure of a woman serves as a common thread in which, through the use of everyday and humble materials, a taste for the simple, the natural and the organic melts.

Visiting hours at the Museum are from Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the evening. On Saturdays and Sundays the museum is open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The museum is closed on Mondays.

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