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In conjunction with this year’s celebration of International Women’s Day, the Museo de Bellas Artes is taking part in the 3rd Women’s Viewpoint festival with a presentation based on its Permanent Collection. Open between 5 and 31 March, this thematic display brings together works created by women and features paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures from the 19th century to the present day.

A work by the pioneering woman artist Rosa Bonheur and a thought-provoking sculpture by Cristina Iglesias are among the exhibits that will draw attention to the development of women’s participation in the history of art.



Arrangement of the artworks:
Miradas de mujeres

Left to right and top to bottom:
1- María Blanchard, Girl Combing Her Hair 2- Maruja Mallo, Human Architecture, 1937 3- Menchu Gal, Hedgehogs, 1961 4- Isabel Baquedano, Untitled from Six Contemporary Spanish Painters, 1982 5- Guerrilla Girls, The Birth of Feminism, 2001 6- María Paz Jiménez, Untitled, c. 1949-1952 7- Elena Asíns, Untitled, 1974 8- Clara Gangutia, Lamp Post, Kursaal Bridge, 1995 9- Miriam Ocariz, Untitled, 2002 10- Juana Francés, Angelic Hominids, 1970 11- Asunción Asarta, Classroom at my School, 1922 12- Ángeles Torner, Butterfly Catchers, 1934 13- Rosa Bonheur, Ox 14- Mari Puri Herrero, Forest, 1995-2005 15- Marta Cárdenas, The Mikel Deuna, Hake Fishing Boat, 1996 16- Ixone Sádaba, Too Successful by Half in Bilbao 17- Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Bleue, blanche, noire (Blue, White, Black), 1971 18- Cristina Iglesias, Untitled, 1985

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