On May 4, an outdoor exhibition of the Prado Art Museum "Prado on the Streets of Tallinn" will be opened in Kadriorg Park. The project began in 2011 thanks to an
On May 4, an outdoor exhibition of the Prado Art Museum “Prado on the Streets of Tallinn” will be opened in Kadriorg Park.
The project began in 2011 thanks to an agreement between the Prado Museum and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID). In collaboration with several cultural centres, the exhibition has travelled to four continents: America, Africa, Asia and Europe.
The exhibition in Tallinn will show many of the main masterpieces of the Prado Museum: from “Las Meninas” by Diego Velázquez, to “The Naked Maja” by Francisco de Goya, through “The Annunciation” by Fra Angelico and works from the Spanish, Flemish and Italian painting collections. The exhibition aims to bring the Estonian public closer to the cultural identity of the Spanish artistic heritage, in a didactic way, and as close as possible to reality, as the paintings are reproduced on a 1:1 scale from high-definition images.
The exhibition is organized by the Embassy of Spain in Estonia, in collaboration with the Prado Museum, the Cultural Department of Tallinn City Council, the Estonian Art Museum, Kadriorg Park and the Department of Tourism of the Embassy in Helsinki.
The exhibition is placed in front of the Kadrorg Palace. It is free of charge and open all day. Visitors will be able to see the Prado paintings until 12 June.
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