Promenade of Art
Enjoy and learn art in a fun way at the Umbracle of the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències
The ‘Promenade of Art’ is a free access space that houses large format art exhibitions, mainly sculptures. It is the perfect complement to the extraordinary panoramic views of the complex from this place. A unique combination of architecture, science and art that makes the Umbracle an area particularly recommended to enjoy culture and leisure by all citizens.
My Secret Garden Valencia. Arne Quinze
La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències is hosting the free exhibition entitled "My Secret Garden Valencia," a series of six sculptures that the artist Arne Quinze has created expressly to be exhibited along the Promenade of Art and at the Hemisfèric's South Lake.Read more
Words that remain in silence. Cristóbal Gabarrón
Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències is holding the exhibition 'Las palabras que se quedan en silencio' (Words that remain in silence), comprised of six sculptures by the artist Cristóbal Gabarrón. This free exhibition is located on the Paseo del Arte at the Umbracle.
Until September 10, 2017
Parallel paths. Rogério Timóteo
La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències is hosting the exhibition entitled 'Parallel Paths,' made up of ten sculptures by artist Rogério Timóteo. This is a free exhibition that is located along the Umbracle's Promenade of Art.
Until March 19, 2017
Bodies of Women. Francisco Simões
La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències is hosting the exhibition entitled 'Bodies of Women' made up of thirteen sculptures by artist Francisco Simões. This is a free exhibition that is located along the Umbracle's Promenade of Art.
Until October 17, 2016
DNA Genetyc Memory. Javier D'Ambrosio
La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències is hosting this exhibition made up of 9 large-scale totems by artist Javier D'Ambrosio. This is a free exhibition that is located along the Umbracle's Promenade of Art and in which visitors can see works conceived by D'Ambrosio as artistic representations of DNA.
Until May 1, 2016Read more
Jean Claude Farhi. Jean Claude Farhi.
A free exhibition by Jean Claude Farhi that includes eleven ochre pieces of iron in which the constant geometry, the most typical characteristic of this Parisian artist, can be admired.
Until February 19, 2012