Goya in Bordeaux: Film Screening and Discussion with award-winning writer/director Carlos Saura. Saura will discuss his highly stylized film Goya en Burdeos and the life and work of the Spanish artist Francisco Goya. This event complements the Getty Museum's new exhibition Window onto Spain: Drawings and Prints from Ribera to Goya on view February 17 through May 16, 2004.
The screening and discussion are in conjunction with American Cinamatheque's XI Recent Spanish Cinema Series at the Egyptian Theatre (February 26 - March 14) in collaboration with Spain's Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sports (ICAA), SGAE, Fundación Autor.
Saturday, February 28 1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.
The Harold M. Williams Auditorium at the Getty Center
1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Free with reservations, limit of four seats per reservation. Parking is $5 cash per car. For reservations or more information, please call or visit our website.
Goya in Bordeaux
Written and directed by Carlos Saura, Goya in Bordeaux explores the experiences and artistic evolution of the man considered to be one of the most important artists of the modern era. The final months of his life form the background to this film, which is rooted in his evolution as a man, his work, and his private obsessions.
Window onto Spain: Drawings and Prints from Ribera to Goya
Three centuries of drawings from Spanish masters are brought together in Window onto Spain: Drawings and Prints from Ribera to Goya. The exhibition explores the little-known art of Spanish draftsmanship, tracing its development from the Renaissance and culminating in the graphic genius of Goya in the 19th century. Rare works and drawings from Goya's personal albums are on display.
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