The approach by artists to the world of jewellery is the central theme of this exhibition. In it you can admire more than 300 works by Catalan as well as international artists who led the different trends that proliferated during the fertile 20th century.
The MNAC has gathered original designs by Hector Guimard, Josep Llimona, Manolo Hugué, Pablo Gargallo, Salvador Dalí, Georges Braque, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso and others.

The items of jewellery being exhibited give us a picture in small format of the artistic character of their creators and at the same time strike a dialogue with other works by them (paintings, sculptures, photographs, fabrics and art objects), thereby highlighting this less well known facet and creating an interdisciplinary exchange amongst the arts.

Date: from 27th of October to 13rd of February 2011 in the MNAC (Plaça Espanya)
Price: € 5.50

Font: MNAC website

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