A century of Spanish art abroad: Spanish art at the Venice Biennale 1895-2003
This look at Spanish participation in the Venice Biennale begins in 1895, with the Biennale's inauguration, and ends in 2003, with the most recent mounting of the world's premier art event. A Century of Spanish Art Abroadrepresents the uninhibited development of vanguard art in Spain over the past century.
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