The versatile talent of Mariano Fortuny were celebrated with an exhibition taking place in New York and in Venice. Until March 30th, the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute of New York will host the exhibition entitled Fortuny y Madrazo: An Artistic Legacy.
Developed by and curated with Oscar de la Renta, it is a journey into the creativity of the Fortuny dynasty, one that builds a bridge between Mariano’s works and those of his forefathers and ancestors. An historical excursus that reveals – through the fabrics and the paintings on display – the family heritage and legacy the artist had the opportunity to tap into for inspiration.
Until April 8th, the eponymous museum in Venice is hosting the exhibition entitledFortuny and Wagner: a majestic display comprising the entire Wagnerian cycle, 47 painting by Fortuny alongside numerous engravings.