Exposure Novíssim @ s in the City of Alicante
Every year, students of the workshop “The Art of Black and White”, her analog photographs in black and white made in the laboratory of our University Headquarters.
The exhibition, which opens on January 13 at 20:15, will run until February 6.
Exposure Joguets. A century of history in Alicante Toy House in Badin
The House Badin, will host the presentation of this publication that delves into the origins and evolution of this object from the first dolls, of the late nineteenth century to the present sophistication, through the toys wartime.
Titled Joguets. A century of history Toy in Alicante , the publication discusses the various aspects of the manufacturing, production and processing which is specifically focused on three populations: Dénia and wooden toy, Ibi evolved from the product to the manufacture of tinplate all kinds of toys and Onil municipality that has historically been dedicated to making dolls.
The book also includes chapters on twelve aspects as its educational and entertainment value, the role AIJU-technological center of reference in the field of children’s products-as well as the history of advertising linked to this industry. The most emblematic companies that have operated in the province, as famous or Paya, a personal view of its history and the legacy left by past, present and future generations or a review by the Museu dels Joguets of Denia, the Valencian Museum Ibi Toy and Doll Museum Onil complete content offering publication.
The edition of this copy is complete with a presentation on antique toys from local museums Ibi, Onil and Dénia. The exhibition, which opens with the presentation of the magazine Canelobre, can be visited in the Bardín House to Feb. 23.
Painting Exhibition at the turn of the century MUBAG Alicante
The Valencian painting of the nineteenth century occupied a prominent position in the Spanish, art scene especially significant during the turn of the century, although its importance continued well into the twentieth century. How could it be otherwise, the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia maintains an extensive collection of paintings of that period, known to many as the “Silver Age of Valencian art.”
This exhibition aims to extend some of these funds, recently reorganized its exposure to the public, the rest of Valencia, also in this case establishing a dialogue with the MUBAG permanent, dedicated to the nineteenth century.
For this, the exhibition includes a selection of paintings by such masters as Joaquin Agrasot, Muñoz DEGRAIN, Francisco Domingo, Ignacio Pinney, Emilio Sala, and Joaquin Sorolla’s Benlliure, among others.