The María Casares – Pedro Soler exhibition. Collioure 1989, with which the Escenas do cambio pays tribute to the Galician actress in the year that commemorates the centenary of her birth, shows objects and unpublished pieces from the recital given by María Casares in the French city of Collioure in 1989, accompanied by the flamenco guitarist Pedro Soler.
The exhibition includes original documents, such as programmes, posters, articles in newspapers and magazines of the time, as well as photographs and manuscripts of the actress herself, in addition to the record Amor Divino Amor Humano that María Casares recorded in the 1960s with verses from the Cantar de los Cantares and love-themed poems by Spanish authors, such as Quevedo, San Juan de la Cruz, Miguel Hernández and Vicente Aleixandre, to name but a few.
- Gaiás Centre Museum. Floor 0
- Free admission
- Monday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm
Photograph: Pedro Soler, María Casares Collioure – 1989. Private album: Pedro Soler. © Image protected by copyright and used exclusively to promote the María Casares – Pedro Soler exhibition. Collioure 1989 as part of the Escenas do cambio festival. Copying, reproduction and distribution are forbidden without the prior consent of the festival organisers.