Sculptures of Manolo Valdés exposed in Las Ramblas of Catalunya

May 17, 2008 at 8:33 pm 4 comments

Manolo Valdes sculpturesThe  exhibition is part of the program ‘Art in the street’, of  Obra Social aL Caixa, that will be exposed until the 15 of June, and then it will travel to other Spanish cities.

Some of works of the artist already had been exposed in Park Avenue de New York, in the gardens of the Palais Royal of Paris, and in the castle of Chenonceau (France).

Manolo Valdés (Valencia, 1942) is one of the main contemporary spanish artists.

Resident in New York for more than one decade, alternates the painting, the engraving and the sculpture. In the last years it has realised sculptures of great format for diverse cities.

Meninas Manolo ValdesAnd special example of this great format sculptures are the Meninas (reinterpretation of Velázquez):

As you know, in the summer time of Barcelona, you only must to take a walk on the Ramblas, and enjoy.



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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Carlos Lorenzo  |  June 4, 2008 at 10:26 am

    These sculptures are a must see. I will drop by soon.

  • 2. apartments4barcelona  |  June 4, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    The sculptures and a magic photographer, it seems to me to much beautiful!
    I will wait for your images Carlos! 🙂


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