To avoid becoming a mission impossible, we detail some of the best exhibitions you can enjoy Valencia for this weekend:
Exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy: Gu Gan and Pu Lieping exhibit works combining tradition and modernity in one of the most ancient calligraphies of world civilizations, Chinese calligraphy. Their work is already in the IVAM of Valencia and stay until January 13, 2013.
The Artist as Jeweler: This sample exposed in the IVAM of Valencia’s main objective is to raise the connection between jewelry and artistic creation through a selection of over 220 jewelry designed by some of the most important artists of the second half of twentieth and twenty-first. The exhibition will be open from Dec. 4, until 17 February 2013.
Exhibition of new works by Manolo Valdés: One of those shows in which you can repeat each time. It is located in the Almudín, and has a large number of works from private collections, so you should certainly visit.
Paco Roca, itinerant artist. If MuVIM visits these days, you can enjoy the first exhibition of the Valencian artist Paco Roca. It takes over all the works of this master of the comic, from work to publishers, travel journals, to publications outside our country.
Clotilde de Sorolla. Twenty paintings, twenty-four and thirty-eight drawings photographs and personal belongings of Clotilde García and letters to the painter, meet in this exhibition, which will run until February 17 at the Museum of St. Pius V