Exhibition Bercianos, the passion of a people
Bercianos, the passion of a people
The exhibition hall of the church of the Monastery of the Meadow, in Valladolid, receives, until April 6, the sample Bercianos.
The exhibition consists of a series of sculptures, documents, photos and audio-visual concerning the declaration fervent of the Holy Week in Bercianos de Aliste of Zamora.
The exhibition organized by the Meeting of Castile and León across its Center of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Goods (CCRBC, of Simancas) allows to see this sample (for the first time out of the locality) I combine this one of goods that together with the proper Thursday procession and On Holy Friday there is on the point of reaching the category of Good of Cultural Interest (immaterial, not tourist character), a juridical figure that allows to protect our historical patrimony.
The crisis forces all to measure the steps and, once evaluated to them give carefully. This seems to have been the premise at the time of planning and mounting Bercianos, the passion of a people. A modest exhibition, of small format, but of a big value and with a very finished activities program. It has been woven in reason of the performance that has been realized owing to the BIC declaration (on the verge of managing).
The exhibition is organized concerning the one that was the central ship of the church of the Monastery of the Meadow. For it this space has split into four ambiences. These spaces gather photos of Rafael Sanz Lobato and Félix Marbán Junquera; an assembly with two wall photos and a few "figureheads" who carry the layer alistana; a small screen to see two audio-visual ones that enrich the sample; and, finally, a space where there prove to be the material bines that have been restored by the CCRBC.
You can unburden yourself an article about the exhibition in the sigueinte connect. It constitutes an advance that will integrate into Magazine Atticus 25, which will be available at the end of April.
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