Art lovers visiting Madrid can enjoy #INGOYA – a complete experience of Goya’s work.
This is not just an exhibition, but an immersion in more than a thousand pictures by the Spanish painter.
It claims to be a perfect marriage between art and technology to be able to enjoy the canvases of the brilliant Aragonese painter from the inside.
Visitors are welcome, from children to seasoned art connoisseurs.
The use of cutting edge techniques in computer graphics allows visitors to see enlarged details of paintings showing the texture of the brush strokes, the small features that go unnoticed, the expressions and movements of the characters, and the stories that underlie each work. all highly valued.
Yolanda Bergareche is the curator of #INGOYA.
“Our goal is that everyone who comes here first finds a didactic space in which we introduce them in five blocks in very short words who Goya was and why he is such an important and recognized figure in world painting,” explains she .
“And then it goes on into the emotional space where the projections and the soundtrack begin and a wave of emotions sweeps over you. It’s very moving.
“You see all of his work, you see how we group the children he paints, how we group the women, how we group the portraits of power or war … bullfighting … said” I’m still learning “… that he was still curious about everything. “
The immersive experience is accompanied by a selection of musical pieces from classical composers such as Manuel de Falla, Isaac Albéniz, Enrique Granados and Ridolfo Luigi Boccherini.
The Cervantes Institute contributed to the event – with its first venue in Granada, which, despite the pandemic, was visited by tens of thousands of people, the main authorities of the city and the surrounding region, and more than 1,000 children and young people from educational centers.
The exhibition can be seen until January 16 at the Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa.