This follows the meeting has today celebrated the Patronage of the Manuel Ramos Andrade Foundation, Management of the Museum of Casa Lis, in which the mayor of Salamanca, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, He has assumed the presidency replacing the spokesman of the government team, Fernando Rodríguez, who has exercised this responsibility since the late 2005.
the meeting, as they reported by local sources, has served to approve the opening end of next September the exhibition “The Diaghilev Ballets Russes of Sergei and his influence on the Art Deco“, own production and the most ambitious project of salmantino Museum in its sixteen-year history.
The sample, which is part of the official program Spain-Russia Dual Year 2011, allow you to see, for the first time in Spain, an important collection of funds from the Bakhrushin Museum in Moscow.
Russian criselefantinas sculptures from private collections and funds of the Moscow Art Deco Gallery will also exhibit and, además, visitors can see how the Diaghilev Ballets Russes decisively influenced European artists Art Deco.
Asimismo, The meeting approved the accounts and memories of the previous year and scholarships granted to young Navasfrías (Salamanca), will of the patron Manuel Ramos Andrade, whose legacy can be visited at 19 permanent exhibitions of decorative arts from the late nineteenth and early twentieth formed by more than 2.500 pieces.
Fernández Mañueco with, Board up the rector of the University of Salamanca, Daniel Hernandez Ruipérez; Mayor Navasfrías, Celso Ramos; the Minister of Culture of the Junta de Castilla y León, Alicia García; Councilor for Culture of the City of Salamanca, Julio López Revuelta, and two lifetime employers, Pedro Pérez Castro, Museum director, and the lawyer Josep Iglesias Riera.
For Mayor, el Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Deco in Casa Lis, municipally owned property and nearly two million visitors since its opening 6 de abril de 1995, It is part of “cultural heritage of Salamanca” and it aims to promote the center as “one of the great attractions of the city and Castilla y León”