Throughout the month and until the 26th of June, the exhibition “Design the air“ curated by the designer Vicent Martínez, remains open at the ‘González Martí’ National Museum of Ceramics and Luxury Arts to demonstrate how the culture of the world can be enriched and, in that way, to reposition and project into the future.
One of the main spaces of the capital, the CCCC, hosts until the 29th of May the exhibition “Why am I like this?”. The exhibition collects 120 everyday objects tell their own story and are helped by drawings of how they are and why they are so.
Also, until the 29th of May you can visit the exhibition “Through the post-truth. Pepe Gimeno. 20-22 Works“. Located in the Palau Joan de Valeriola, headquarters of the Chirivella Soriano Foundation, it unveils the plastic work of Pepe Gimeno, derived from experimentation with the laws of perception and abstraction and motivated by the dangers of post-truth for the common good.
Under the name “Temporada Il·lustrada“, the gastronomic-cultural space of the Muviment del MuVIM (Valencian Museum of Illustration and Modernity) hosts some works by the best Valencian artists in a series of exhibitions that will last until July 2022. During the month of May, the spotlight is on Luis Demano.
The exhibition “Mans i Màquines. Apunts Ceràmics” at the Jaume I University continues to be open to the public until the 31st of May. Visitors can discover how ceramic art and design get close by taking parallel positions until they seem to become elements of the same language.
On the other hand, the IVAM hosts an itinerary along the Bakalao Route through its posters until the 12th of June. The exhibition “Graphic Route. The design of the sound of Valencia” radiographs one of the most unknown aspects by the public around the clubbing scene the city between the eighties and nineties: posters and graphic design.
Until the 19th of June, the IVAM will also host the exhibition “Anni and Josef Albers. Art and Life“. This is the first time in Spain that the paintings, drawings, photographs, textiles, furniture, glass pieces and jewelry of this unique couple of creators are exhibited together. A total of almost 350 works, some of them never seen, that go through the work of both artists. For this show some of the most exceptional large format tapestries made by Anni, have been gathered, including the singular ‘With verticals’, and well as the abstract series ‘Homage to the square’ made by Josef starting from 1950, together with its stained-glass windows, collages, furniture and graphic works. Most of the works come from the Anni and Josef Albers Foundation, as well as institutions such as Josef Albers Museum Quadrat, Peggy Guggenheim Collection and individuals who have lent pieces.
The Saló del Respecte of the Scala Palace will house, until the 10th, the exhibition “Josep Renau and the time of images“. The exhibition has been promoted by the Diputació de València with the intention of revisiting the cartelistic work of this internationally renowned Valencian artist and with the goal proposing new interpretative views of the artistic environment to which he dedicated a good part of his creative career.
The installation “Life Wins!” by Cachetejack, produced by the Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia and World Design Capital Valencia 2022, can be visited until the 9th of October.
Remember that you can download the agenda for May with all the activities.