On the occasion of the premiere of Celia in the revolution, he National Dramatic Center will host in the Valle-Inclán Theater «Contemporary Spanish Scenography. A walk through the scene » from Angel Martínez Roger, a photographic exhibition of the most important scenographic works made by Spanish creators in recent years.
The exhibition values the activity of Spanish set designers throughout the last five years. It is perched on an urban plot of cities reviewed through the floors of its theaters and its surrounding streets.
Maps constructed and studied by a multidisciplinary research group coordinated by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. From the theater floors, as in a fruitful forest, the images of the chosen shows emerge.
In this way the visitor travels the urban plant approaching the theaters in whose scenarios the selected assemblies were released.
After passing through the Cervantes Institute of Prague on the occasion of the last edition of the Prague Quadrennial of Scenic and Scenic Space, the sample now goes to the Valle-Inclán Theater between November 6 and December 22.
The exhibition is organized by the National Institute of the Performing Arts and Music (INAEM), Spanish Cultural Action (AC / E), the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID), the Royal High School of Dramatic Art (RESAD) and the Cervantes Institute.