Great exhibitions to enjoy in June in Madrid

he Thyssen-Bornemisza Presents the first retrospective exhibition of the German artist Andre Butzer outside your country. The exhibition, which opened a few weeks ago, consists of a selection of 22 works made between 1999 and 2022 and coincides with the 50th anniversary of the artist, who throughout his career has been distinguished by his unique and unique portraits and a mixture of elements of pop and abstraction.

Among the works on display are two recently combined works Blanca and Borja Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection: “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” (2010) and “Untitled” (2022). See one of the museum’s biggest exhibits in 2023, “Lucian Freud.” New Horizons’, which ends on June 18 after the public display of fifty works reviewing seven decades of production by one of the most important European artists of the twentieth century.

Meanwhile, the Museum of Gran Vía 15 lands on Gran Vía, a new space that goes against the traditional concept of a museum, where art installations associated with contemporary art will be combined with a ‘showroom’ where curated items can be purchased, all of them nationally produced.

The starting gun was given “Walking Life,” a large installation by Okuda San MigueThe famous Cantabrian artist proposes to the viewer to become a part of his work through a tour of 6 regions.

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June is the last month when you can have fun “the wise look” by Francesc Catalá-Roca in the Museum of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando. Framed in the context of the centenary of his birth, this exhibition consists of famous works by the photographer that are part of private collections, as well as those of the Academy itself.

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Finally, on the 28th, a new National Museum opens its doors: Royal Collections Gallery. Located near the Royal Palace and Almudena Cathedral, it will house a selection of national heritage jewellery, in addition to a third of the pieces that will be displayed in constant rotation. For the inaugural exhibition, more than 650 pieces will be on display, including paintings, decorative arts, historical photographs, and tapestries, including masterpieces such as Velazquez’s “White Horse,” or Caravaggio’s “Salome with the Head of the Baptist.”

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