From July 4 to September 29, 2019
The Ganbara space of the Museum hosts a collective exhibition of sculptures related to the sea. In the exhibition you can see works by six contemporary artists: Guillermo Olmo, María Cueto, Marijose Recalde, Dora Salazar, Gotzon Huegun and Régis Pochelu.
Ozeana is a proposal by six artists who unite, relate and link their particular and varying take on the sea in a same ocean of stylistic communication. Ozeana is a mass of feelings, sensations, emotions, thoughts and ideas expressed by means of various materials, techniques and styles which coexist and connect with one another.
GUILLERMO OLMO. Arboleda, Bizkaia, 1960. Multidisciplinary artist, focussed on and immersed in the world of sculpture in recent times, self-taught and influenced in his artistic beginnings by the generation of great artists in the Gaur and Emen groups.
MARÍA CUETO. Avilés, 1960. He starts learning textile techniques and performs various courses of tapestry, painting, ceramics and serigraphy. Currently he makes light sculptures suspended and composed of plant elements.
MARIJOSE RECALDE. Sartaguda, 1964. Artist who has cultivated different disciplines such as painting and woodcut until he reaches sculpture. His works are made with recycled materials.
DORA SALAZAR. Alsasua, 1963. Artist of recognized prestige. Although he cultivates other artistic areas (painting, drawing, book illustrations ...), he is mainly dedicated to sculpture. Presents two works from the series "Aquatic" made during his stay in Donostia in 1998.
GOTZON HUEGUN. Lasarte-Oria, 1972. Sculptor attracted by the formulation of new Basque sculpture, the aesthetic of the Basque soul and the Basque school of art theorised by Oteiza. Today he is interested in exploring new languages in the wood sculpture discipline.
RÉGIS POCHELU. Hazparne, 1970. Self-taught sculptor, professional since 2004. He makes his works using mainly the sandstone of the Iparralde mountains.
Tuesday to Saturday:
10:00 - 14:00 and 16:00 - 19:00
Sundays and public holidays:
11:00 - 14:00
16.00 - 19.00 (from 15th of june to 15th of september)
December 24 and 31:
10:00 - 14:00
Closed on Mondays. Closed January 1, 6 and 20, and December 25.
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