El Museu Imaginari / El Museo Imaginario / The Imaginary Museum
The Imaginary Museum takes its title from André Malraux, French writer and politician, who introduced the term in his first book, the three-volume Psychology of Art (published between 1947–49). Far from pretending to go deeper in the author’s thesis, our exhibition brings together, in an open and inclusive way, works by ten artists of diverse artistic interests.
In The Imaginary Museum there is drawing, sculpture, painting, photography, texts. Abstraction, landscape, figure, references to classic scupture, to anthropology, a subtle oriental touch and even prophecies. The exhibition can be seen, then, as an ecclectic combination of works, and this is exactly its intention. We encourage each visitor to explore and look for connections among the works or to simply experience them to insert them in his/her own imaginary or real museum.