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Collective Exhibitions

As part of the celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the Spanish Constitution, the exhibition develops in five modules based on the preamble of the Spanish Constitution: Liberty, Democratic Coexistence, Cultural Diversity, Economic and Social Progress, and International Leadership. The first part of the exhibition is dedicated to all objects that left their marks in the political, economic, social and cultural future of our country. Next, five gigantic documental screens addressing the five fundamental pillars of the Preamble of the Constitution. Together with projections of documentary films there is an original space where the public may see projected on the palm of their hands more than one hundred images and videos showing relevant moments of our recent past. Art is present through the work of contemporary artists and photographers such as Antoni Tàpies, Eduardo Chillida, Antonio López, Ouka Leele, Chema Madoz, among others. The exhibition is closed with the Chronological section in the form of a large timeline where a 20-meter screen collects more than 300 images provided by EFE Foundation. The exhibition has a wide educational space where the Teaching Program takes place, constituting a critical part of the exhibition. The Teaching Program is a bond that facilitates the interactivity between the audience and the exhibiti on. Exhibition: Mano a Mano Period: 12/6/2003 to  2/28/2004 Site: Villa Cultural Center. Madrid, Spain Organization: Sociedad Estatal de Conmemoraciones Culturales and Arte Viva Europe Foundati on