Admission is free between 8:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. in the new project, which will be launched on March 4
The Museo del Prado is launching a new project ‘El Prado at night’ that opens for free every first Saturday of the month from 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm. The museum will open several exhibition spaces in a program supported by Samsung to spread the institution’s knowledge. There will be several music initiatives and the chance to explore some of the multimedia experiences Samsung and the museum have created over 10 years of collaboration.
The first opening night, on March 4, the Central Gallery, the backbone of the Villanueva building, will showcase emblematic works such as ‘The Lavatory’ by Tintoretto, ‘Charles V in Mühlberg’ by Titian and ‘The Three Graces’. Rubens, will be the protagonist of an unprecedented experience to date and Radio 3, of RNE, will broadcast live from the Jerónimos lobby a special program dedicated to the Prado, transferring the project to the listeners and music and creativity to these experience are added only.
The Prado has already been enjoyed in the evening, but then through the small screen. ‘Una noche en el Prado’, produced by RTVE in collaboration with Brutal Media, offered in 2019 the privilege of visiting the art gallery at night and enjoying the space and its works exclusively when it is closed to the public. The documentary series aired on La 2 on Thursdays in November 2019 on the occasion of the Bicentennial of the Prado Museum.
Source: La Verdad
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