The “Illustrated Season” cycle has launched a new edition in the gastronomic-cultural Muviment space of the MuVIM (Valencian Museum of illustration and Modernity) with Luís Demano being the main focus. The works of this Valencian illustrator, son and grandson of painters, have been shown in the main generalist newspapers and are characterized by social criticism and an obvious vindictive spirit. The exhibition will be open to the public throughout April and May.
This Tuesday April 5th, the Valencia Regional College of Architects (CTAV) opens its doors to the “Denise Scott Brown. Travelling with Denise” exhibition, commissioned by Jeremy Tenenbaum, Maria Pia Fontana and Josep Maria Torra. This photographic collection, which is the fifth exhibit of the “Architecht’s Album” series and is on show until the 13th May, portrays scenes from South Africa, New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Yugoslavia and California in a journey through locations which the architect visited and captured on camera. Brown is an architect, town planner, writer, professor and partner at the Venturi-Scott Brown & Associates Studio in Philadelphia. This architecture studio is widely recognized as one of the most influential of the 20th Century.
Furthermore, on the 6th April, the “Hands and Machines. Ceramic Notes” will open up to the public at the Universitat Jaume I. Up until the 31st May, visitors will be able to discover how ceramic art and design work together, placing themselves in parallel positions, until they seemingly become part of the very same concept. The exhibition, directed by Rosalia Torrent Esclapés, will bring together ceramics belonging to the Alfa de Oro industrial design collection, based in the Museu del Taulell Manolo Safont de Onda, which will be displayed alongside ceramic works of art provided by the Vilafamés and Alcora museums.