This visit puts a feminine look at the most avant-garde art of the Reina Sofía Museum

He Reina Sofia Museum invites us to see art with a different look, centered on women through guided tours Feminism. Every Wednesday at 7:15 pm they take a commented tour of the artistic avant-garde of the museum questioning the role and visibility of women in Art History.

It's time to question the traditional role of women as a producer, recipient and subject-object of artistic production. The works exhibited in the Museum reflect the reality of women in the world and with them the historical, social and political implications of each work are analyzed.

The visit, which discovers works by both creators and creators such as Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa, Isidre Nonell, Pablo Picasso, Julio Romero de Torres, Hans Bellmer, Salvador Dalí, Maruja Mallo, Germaine Dulac, Dora Maar, Sonia Delaunay or Ángeles Santos,
tries to awaken a new look at great works of contemporary art and invites to recognize the work of women in search of overcoming the roles and models imposed.

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