Entre el signo y la nada
In the Marbella Museum of Contemporary Spanish Etchings, the Regional Ministry for Culture of the Provincial Council of Málaga is, in partnership with the María Victoria Atencia Cultural Centre, hosting the magnificent exhibitions of Lucio Muñoz – Repeticiones y Obsesiones (Repeats and Obsessions) and Entre el Signo y Nada (Between the Sign and Nothingness) – which look at the presence of Zen in Spanish contemporary art.
Entre el Signo y la Nada is about the presence of Zen in Spanish contemporary art and the history of how it has influenced Spain today. Zen has its roots in the Japonism of the end of the 19th century, and inspired Van Gogh, Gauguin, Manet, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Gustav Klimt and Mariano Fortuny. But it wasn't until the first half of the 20th century when Zen culture became distinct from folk Japonism thanks to surrealists like Joan Miró.
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