Curator’s tour at the exhibition “Zuloaga. Soul of Spain” (in English)
Art historian Carlos Alonso Pérez-Fajardo (Spain)
Ignacio Zuloaga (1870–1945) holds a special place in Spanish art. His works reflect the painful search for identity and the political and social breakthroughs of the beginning of the 20th century in Spain, while preserving and developing the traditions of the Spanish school of painting.
Carlos Alonso Pérez-Fajardo is an art historian. Since 2018, he has been the director of the Pedraza Ignacio Zuloaga Museum, and in recent years, has been actively involved in introducing the artist’s life and work to the world. He has curated and helped to organise several exhibitions dedicated, or related, to Ignacio Zuloaga, including: Zuloaga y Falla, historia de una amistad in Madrid, Salamanca and Granada (2015–2016); Zuloaga en el Paris de la Belle Époque in Madrid (2017–2018); Las Maravillas de la Belle Époque in Madrid (2017–2018); Zuloaga: carácter y emoción in Valencia (2018); and Zuloaga. 1870–1945 in Bilbao (2019).