Below you cand find updated catalogues of the main artistic exhibitions of the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia.
Autor: Arne Quinze
Arne Quinze presents a series of six public sculptures that dialogue with the powerful architecture of Santiago Calatrava. Each sculpture in this exhibition focuses on a different aspect of evolution, establishing a connection between art and science. Catalogue published for the exhibition "My Secret Garden", held in Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències between 7th February and 13th October 2019.
Author: Francisco Simões
“Bodies of Women” brings together pieces that represent different female figures made of green, red, black, and travertine marble. Catalogue published for the exhibition 'Las torres de la Alhambra', held in the Art Promenade
Author: José María Vilarrubias.
Analyzing the work of Vilarrubias, we discover an artist that is maintained through a visual language based on the enthusiastic advocacy of drawing and harmony lines, always pure and elegant. Catalogue published for the exhibition '... Del bisturí... al pincel', held in the Science Museum Príncipe Felipe from 6th October 2011.
Author: Cristóbal Gabarrón.
The artist invites us to travel from the characteristic Nasrid architecture of the Alhambra -an inspiration for the exhibition- to the most daring shapes of the City of Arts and Sciences. Catalogue published for the exhibition 'Las torres de la Alhambra', held in the Art Promenade between 6th May 2011 and 9th April 2012.
Author: Laurence Jenkell.
The City of Arts and Sciences presents this exhibition of French artist Laurence Jenkell, twenty one sculptures of 2,75 meters high, made of Plexiglas shaped candy. Catalogue published for the exhibition 'Sweet', held in the Art Promenade between 24th February and 14th October 2012.
Author: Juan Ripollés.
Juan Ripollés, one of the great artists of Valencian Community, shows his work full of vitality, joy and color, on the brilliant white of the City of Arts and Sciences. Catalogue published for the exhibition 'Universo Ripollés', held in the Art Promenade between 30th November 2010 and 4th July 2011.