A path can be considered a physical route taken by the body or a means to an end. Walking can be an aesthetic or spiritual experience, a social practice or a form of activism: we walk to discover, both our own and others, and we also walk to create. The exhibition Creative Paths explores precisely the link between movement and art and delves into how walking is a determining factor in the creative process.
Curated by the art historian and musseum professional of the Holburne Museum in Bath, Monserrat Pis Marcos, the project will exhibit a hundred pieces from around thirty museums and collections -12 of them foreign- from eight countries: the United Kingdom, Holland, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Italy, France and Spain. Thus, the Gaiás Centre Museum will host works belonging to prestigious institutions such as the Uffizi Gallery (Palazzo Pitti) in Florence, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary in Vienna, the LIMA in Amsterdam, the Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg (Denmark), the Fabre Museum in Montpellier, the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofía, or The Courtauld Gallery, Holburne Museum or British Library (UK) -among others-