The exhibition "Herge" will be open at the Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, starting this fall on October 5. The Exhibition, an exhibition that immerses its visitors in the universe of Herge, the artist and illustrator who created the comics 'The Adventures of Tintin.
Madrid is the first city to host the Herge exhibition. This was preceded by success in Paris, Quebec and Odense as well as in Seoul, Shanghai, Shanghai, Lisbon, and Paris. The exhibition was curated by the Musee Herge, Belgium. It is presented in Spain in collaboration by Sold Out and the Circulo de Bellas Artes.
This show will feature a great selection of original drawings, priceless documents and other works from the multi-talented artist and father' of Tintin. Illustration to comics. There are also forays into advertising and newspaper cartoons. Fashion design and plastic art.
A portion of Herge's private collection will also be displayed for the first-time in Spain. This will reveal his side as a great collector. You can also see Herge's works, which were inspired by Modigliani and Klee as well as Miro and other great artists.
The poster advertising the show and pieces of the exhibition. / P.P. / P.P.
Other treasures from Musee Herge collections will be displayed at the Madrid exhibition, including original drawings and sketches, film clips, models, and original artwork by Herge.
Tintin, the tireless reporter, has passed the 90-year mark. However, he hasn't lost any of his relevance and has risen to the top of universal literature. Tintin's adventures continue to evoke passions today. They are reissued more often than ever and inspire writers, producers, directors, and artists.
Herge is considered the father of European comics. His creative genius opened up new avenues for the 9th arts and his influence can still be seen in contemporary comics. He is the creator of Tintin and the master of Ligne Claire. Herge, who is widely recognized as one of 20th-century's greatest artists, is an universal creator whose works still hold true today. His work has been translated into more than 100 languages, with sales of over 250 million copies worldwide.
Visitors to 'Herge. Visitors to 'Herge' can explore his creative process behind some of his most iconic albums, his work at the studio, his cinematographic influences, and his dialogue with contemporary art. They will also be able see his various steps as a creator from building or modeling to colouring.
General admission for children aged 4-12 years costs 14.90 Euros and child admission is 8 Euros. For those who wish to be the first to receive tickets, a waiting list is open in Fever. More information and tickets on sale starting next Wednesday, July 6 at herge-exhibition.com.