‘Dürer. Renaissance Master’Faces its last days as the first project that has proposed a common cultural offer in the Gotic.
The sample, which is exhibited simultaneously in the facilities of the Reial Cercle Artístic, the Chapter House of the Cathedral and the Diocesan Museum of Barcelona, It can be visited until May 26.
The exhibition brings together more than 70 outstanding works by Albrecht Dürer, the most recognized German artist in his country's art history
The exhibition “Dürer. Renaissance Master ", promoted by the Reial Cercle Artístic and exhibited together with the Cathedral and the Diocesan Museum of Barcelona, reaches its last days.
The exhibition, which opened on January 25, brings together more than 70 works by the renowned German artist Albrecht Dürer, key figure of the early 16th century and the great influence of which has reached our days.
Visitors still have the opportunity to contemplate this complete exhibition that brings together the most relevant engravings by Dürer, among which are @the Great Triumphal Chariot of Maximilian I "," Melancholy "or" The Knight, Death and the Devil ".
The work of the German artist underscores the relevance of the political, social and economic context of Europe's transition from the medieval world to the Renaissance. The set of his works erected him as the great master of the engraving technique and highlight your quest for absolute beauty.
The exhibition shows the cultural ties that were established during the artist's time between Germany and Barcelona and the influence that his works had in the city of Barcelona.
Through a special museum proposal that connects the facilities of the Reial Cercle Artístic, the Cathedral and the Diocesan Museum, the visitor will also be able to contemplate three of the most iconic cultural institutions in the city.
After the renovation of its facilities and two years after its 140-year history, the Reial Cercle Artístic wanted to start with exhibition “Dürer. Renaissance Master " an ambitious project with which to become one of the spaces of international reference in the cultural field.
This new stage wants to host relevant exhibitions with the support from international institutions, as has already materialized in said exhibition that has had the collaboration of the Dürer House Museum in Nuremberg and the Fugger and Welser Museum in Augsburg, Germany.