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Si volse a Retro - Divine Comedy | Inferno European Museum of Modern Art

6 Apr 2022 — 26 Jun 2022

The exhibition Si Volse a Retro is part of the celebration of the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri and pays tribute to his most famous work, the Divine Comedy, whose tradition in pictorial representation is as rich as it is vast and offers us a world of references and iconic models of great depth. In this exhibition, the works that are part of this exhibition project...

The exhibition Si Volse a Retro is part of the celebration of the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri and pays tribute to his most famous work, the Divine Comedy, whose tradition in pictorial representation is as rich as it is vast and offers us a world of references and iconic models of great depth. In this exhibition, the works that are part of this exhibition project created by the Spanish painter Jordi Diaz Alamà in collaboration with the Polish sculptor Grzegorz Gwiazda are presented in a concrete and detailed way.

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The European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) is based in an old palace that was rebuilt in 1791 by a textile merchant in the La Ribera neighborhood, very close to the Picasso Museum in Barcelona.

When, in the mid-nineteenth century, Calle de la Princesa was opened to connect the old town with the Castell dels Tres Dragons in Ciutadella Park, the palace was divided into two parts, on both sides of the street.

The MEAM presents its own collections, mostly of figurative and realistic works, structured in three categories: contemporary art of the 21st century, modern sculpture of the 20th century, and Catalan sculpture of the 20th century, as well as other temporary exhibitions.

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