A tribute to this great sculptor
This museum promotes an awareness of contemporary creativity through sculpture.
It contains a significant part of the works of the Aragonese artist Pablo Serrano, encompassing the figurative period immediately prior to his expressionist stage. Through 140 sculptures and drawings of widely varying sizes, visitors can follow the evolution of Serrano's creativity and appreciate his message: man and his roots. The museum also has a sizeable set of works by Juana Francés, the artist's wife; a collection of contemporary graphic art; and a selection of paintings by Santiago Lagunas.
Aragonese Institute of Art and Contemporary Culture. Pablo Serrano
Paseo María Agustín, 20
50004 Zaragoza (Aragón)
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