The work of the Catalan painter, Frederic Amat (Barcelona, Spain, 1952) floods the balcony of the first floor of the museum to show his creative process through various drawings, storyboards and workbooks that portray the theatre world.
The works exhibited include those that have emerged as the result of some of his most relevant collaborations, such as the staging of The Public with the stage designer, Fabià Puigserver, The Testament of Mary by Colm Toibín or Iphigenia en Tracia by José de Nebra, whose debut at the Zarzuela Theatre will coincide with the dates of this installation.
The exhibition is presented as a stroll through the work that remains hidden behind the curtain, behind the scenes, in which painting and stage arts are related to offer the spectator a unique experience.
Mon: 12 Noon – 4pm
Tues - Sun: 10am – 7pm
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