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The first temporary exhibit to be shown at the Thyssen Museum in Málaga has brought 60 works of modern Spanish painting to the city. It’s ju...

The first temporary exhibit to be shown at the Thyssen Museum in Málaga has brought 60 works of modern Spanish painting to the city.

It’s just six weeks after the opening of the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Málaga and its permanent collection of 236 works which show Spanish art from the 19th century, paying special attention to works from Andalucía.

The first temporary exhibit is called, ‘Modern tradition in the Carmen Thyssen Collection. Monet. Picasso. Matisse. Miró.’

The Commissioner of the exhibit, Guillermo Solana, said it offered an ‘almost secret’ vision of the baroness’ collection, with many works which had not been on show before. More than a third of the works come from the Museo Thyssen in Madrid, and as well as the baroness’ collection, from the Catalan National Art Museum, MNAC.

The exhibition continues until October 16.

 

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