Ester Alba gives today the inaugural conference of the series ‘Cuatro Miradas Contemporáneas sobre Ignacio Pinazo’

  • March 23rd, 2017
 
Ester Alba

Ester Alba, dean of the Faculty of Geography and History of the Universitat de València and member of the Advisory Board of the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM), opens today Thursday the series ‘Cuatro Miradas Contemporáneas sobre Ignacio Pinazo’ (‘Four contemporary views about Ignacio Pinazo). The conference of Ester Alba will start at 19:00h in the HQ of the Cañada Blanch Foundation (calle Jorge Juan 4).

On the occasion of the centenary of the Valencian painter Ignacio Pinazo, four of the participants in the General Catalogue of Año Pinazo, which is still in process, take part in in this series from today until 6 April. The entry is free.

Apart from the dean, today the president of the Cañada Blanch Foundation, Juan López Trigo; the scientific coordinator of the centenary, Javier Pérez Rojas; and the general coordinator of Año Pinazo, Carlos G.Triviño, will take part in this session. 

The initiative is set in the ‘Postcentenary’ which has the aim of showing the image of Pinazo in museum headquarters of Malaga, Barcelona and Madrid, in order to turn the Valencian painter into the Valencian cultural prestigious reference abroad.

Programming of the series ‘Cuatro Miradas Contemporáneas sobre Ignacio Pinazo’:

Session 1 Thursday, March 23, 19:00h

The presentation of the event: Juan López Trigo, chairman of Cañada Blanch Foundation. Javier Pérez Rojas, scientific coordinator Año Pinazo.

Conference: Ester Alba, dean of the Faculty of Geography and History of the Universitat de València (UV) and member of the Advisory Board of the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM).

Session 2 Thursday, March 30, 19:00h

Vicente Pla Vivas (professor of the Universitat de València and Pinazo expert)

Session 3 Wednesday, April 5, 19:00h

Carlos G. Navarro Coordinator, Museo Nacional El Prado

Session 4 Thursday, April 6, 19:00h

Javier Barón, chief of Conservation of 19th century Museo Nacional El Prado

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