press release

Today’s Spanish museums network is the result of a policy to decentralize the artistic world that began back in 1989, when the Institut Valencià d’Art Modern opened to the public. But if IVAM is one of our most important museums, it is not just because of being a pioneer but, more over, the reason is to be found within the large scope and uniqueness of its collections, among which the Julio González (1876 – 1942) bequest is one of the most impressive. Beyond the large amount of works gathered from such a crucial artist for modern sculpture, the acquirement of his works confirm the mission of IVAM’s Collection, this is, to place Spanish art right in the definition of modernity. >>>.


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20th Century Masterpieces from the IVAM Collections
IVAM, Valencia

Werke von Valerio Adami, Eduardo Arroyo, Alexander Calder, Joseph Cornell, Oscar Dominguez, Jean Dubuffet, Luis Fernandez, Naum Gabo, Julio González, Alex Katz, Franz Kline, Richard Lindner, André Masson, László Moholy-Nagy, Claes Oldenburg, Pablo Palazuelo, Robert Rauschenberg, Ad Reinhardt, James Rosenquist, Antonio Saura, Kurt Schwitters, Richard Serra, Pierre Soulages, Antoni Tàpies, Joaquín Torres-García, Georges Vantongerloo