The art of the Romanesque period in the castle and lion, Spain, in the eleventh and thirteenth centuries, is a small but significant journey through some of the artistic manifestations carried out or received in castile and lion, and to a great extent linked to the paths through which the pilgrims traveled to Compostela in the first three centuries of the second millennium. This art in its most varied expressions reflected, in a plastic way, the ways of life, the beliefs, the knowledge and the behaviors of some Europeans whose main link was the belonging to a common culture.
Exhibitions: Os Caminhos de Santiago
Cultural Production: Instituto Inclusartiz
Curatorship: Juan Carlos Elorza Guinea
Locations: National Historical Museum of Rio de Janeiro – November 2006 to February 2007
Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo – March 2007 to May 2007