Escher's obsession with representation of imaginary worlds led him towards the universe of mathematics where game and science merged to create a unique artwork.
Title: Circle limit III
Technique: Woodcut, second state, in yellow, green, blue, brown and black, printed from 5 blocks
As of the two thematic axes that introduce this exhibition, the sample is developed across 7 sections, although they do not follow a chronological order or intend to, they guide us across the different pictorial stages of the work of M.C. Escher and offer us a global vision of his work.
The exhibition is developed in two venues simultaneously: the Parque de las Ciencias and the Chapel of the Palace of Charles V of the Alhambra. In both cases, the exhibition space is been designed specifically for the event, creating an intimate dialogue between work and environment. EXHIBITION DESIGN
The exhibition takes place simultaneously in two different locations in the city of Granada: