For the first time in Italy, a retrospective exhibition on Gaudí and the artists of Catalan modernism, including Pablo Picasso.
[Gaudí and Catalan modernism]. At the prestigious Chiostro del Bramante in Rome, a unique exhibition featuring a fine selection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, furnishings and documents brings the verve of the great Catalan master back to life. An extraordinary gathering of works by Gaudí (1852-1928), and by the masters of modernism, including Ramon Casas, Santiago Rusinol, Isidre Nonnel and Pablo Picasso, from the National Museum of Art of Catalonia and Museo Gaudí. The aim of the show is to demonstrate how modernism became a veritable lifestyle, which found admirable expression in all artforms. A unique opportunity for a closer view of the eclectic activity of Gaudí, one of the icons of the 20th century, a peerless symbol of Barcelona and of Spain in general.
Rome, Chiostro del Bramante, 2004.