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Art days

jornadas-de-arte-luis-paret

 

PROGRAM

WEDNESDAY, JULY 14


8.30 h

Accreditation / Reception


9.30 h

Presentation

Juan Manuel González Cembellín

Director técnico del Museo de Arte Sacro, Bilbao


Miguel Zugaza

Director del Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao


10.00 h

Luis Paret y Alcázar: Dichas y desdichas de la fortuna

Manuela Mena

Historiadora del arte

[ Streaming broadcast ]


11.00 h

Las artes figurativas en Bizkaia en la época de Luis Paret y Alcázar. Tradición y modernidad

Julen Zorrozua Santisteban

Profesor Titular de Departamento de Historia del Arte de la Universidad del País Vasco


12.30 h

Paret pingebat Bilbao

Javier Novo González

Coordinador de Conservación e investigación del Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao


16.00 h

Los amigos-clientes de Paret en Bilbao

Aingeru Zabala Uriarte

Académico Correspondiente de la Real Academia de la Historia


17.00 h

Cuadros de Paret fundamentales para el conocimiento de la moda española del siglo XVIII

Amelia Leira Sánchez

Investigadora independiente


THURSDAY, JULY 15


10.00 h

Luis Paret y el genio del 'dibuxo'

Alejandro Martínez Pérez

Investigador y especialista en Paret


11.00 h

La nueva arquitectura del Bilbao ilustrado

Alberto Santana Ezkerra

Historiador. Profesor de Historia del Arte de la UNED-Bergara


12.30 h

Técnica e inspiración en Luis Paret

José Luis Merino Gorospe

Conservador de Arte Antiguo del Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao


16.00 h

Rutinas mundanas o maneras de vivir en tiempos de Paret. La vida cotidiana a fines del siglo XVIII

María Jesús Cava Mesa

Catedrática Emérita de Historia de la Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao


17.00 h

De puertas adentro. Artes decorativas en el Bilbao de Paret

Raquel Cilla López

Responsable de colecciones del Museo de Arte Sacro, Bilbao


FRIDAY, JULY 16


10.00 h

El regreso de Luis Paret a Bilbao en 1991. Memoria de una exposición

Javier González de Durana

Historiador del arte


11.00 h

La naturaleza polifacética de la obra de Paret, artista de riqueza inventiva y agudo observador

Gudrun Maurer

Conservadora del Área de Pintura del siglo XVIII y Goya del Museo Nacional del Prado

[ Streaming broadcast ]


12.00 h

Closing

Guillermo Barandiarán Olleros

Presidente de la Fundación Gondra Barandiarán


 

 

You can download the informative leaflet here.

 

PLACE

The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum. Auditorium

ONLINE ENROLMENT


Friends of the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum:

60 €


General public:

80 €


 

The enrolment fee includes attendance of the course, a folder with documentation, a pass for a free individual visit to the museum during the duration of the course, and a certificate of attendance. The Fundación Gondra Barandiarán will fund 10 free attendance places.


GRANTS

The Fundación Gondra Barandiarán will award 10 attendance grants (including those already awarded to participants in the museum's work experience programme) for young professionals aged under 35 who possess a higher academic qualification related to the content of the course.

The selection of candidates will be made on the basis of the applicant's previous experience, academic record and interest in the course.

The award of a grant means that no enrolment fee has to be paid and that attendance of the course is obligatory.

APPLICATION PERIOD

Until June 30.

DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED

  • National identity card or equivalent document.
  • Proof of university degree obtained and academic record.
  • Letter setting out reasons for wishing to attend the course.

These documents must be scanned and sent in a single PDF document to visitantes@museobilbao.com. If considered necessary, the museum has the right to request the originals at any time.

NOTIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS

The resolution of the grants will be communicated on July 6