The Lego pieces are the features of this exhibition that recreates some of the most famous DC Comics characters through 120 sculptures made out of this popular building toy by the North American lawyer, Nathan Sawaya. In this way, he pays tribute to the 80 years history of the publishing house.
The original works that are on display at the Fernán Gómez Cultural Centre’s exhibition hall include a real size Batmobile (5.5 metres), for which half a million standard pieces have been used. Legendary characters, such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Joker or Harley Quinn can also be found here, all of which are large scale constructions.
In recent years, Nathan Sawaya (Washington, United States, 1973) has let his artistic imagination run wild and has transformed the toy into fascinating works, captivating thousands of people.
Free: Children under 4 years
Mon-Fri, Sundays: 10am-9pm (Public access will be closed: 8pm)
Sat: 10am-10pm (Public access will be closed: 9pm)1 and 6 January: 5pm-10pm (Public access will be closed: 9pm)Closed: 231 December
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