– “The Goddess of the House of Rembrandt”, a representative exhibition of European Baroque art, will be in Zacatecas from 6 October 2022 to February 2023
– The Guadalupe Museum will host this international exhibition, which will exhibit works by one of the most representative exponents of European Baroque, such as Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn
Zacatecas, Zac.- The government of Zacatecas, in coordination with the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), oversaw the management of the exhibition of works of art at an international level, with the exhibition “The house of the goddess of Rembrandt “.
In a press conference, Le Roy Barragán Ocampo, head of the Secretariat of Tourism of Zacatecas (Secturz), announced that, from 6 October 2022 to February 2023, the Guadalupe Museum will exhibit pieces that for the first time come to the entity for fun of locals and tourists.
In order to increase the historical, cultural and artistic collections of the Zacatecas destination, the international exhibition was organized for a five-month stay in that museum, located in the heart of the Magic City of Guadalupe.
Le Roy Barragán explained that this exhibition will not only arouse interest in the community of plastic artists of Zacatecas, but also among the inhabitants of the state territory, as it will reveal part of the history of universal art.
The official said that the “The Goddess of Rembrandt’s House” exhibition contributes to the reactivation of cultural tourism both in the destination and in the north-central region of the country, and stressed the importance of Zacatecas receiving works by one of the most representative exponents of the country. European baroque, such as Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn.
Also present at the announcement of this exhibition were Julio César Chávez Padilla, municipal president of Guadalupe; Rosa Maria Franco Velasco, director of the Guadalupe Museum; Laura Zesati Ibargüengoytia and Jánea Estrada Lazarín, representatives of the Tourist and Cultural Cluster of Zacatecas; Jose Maria Munoz Bonilla, director of the INAH Zacatecas Center; and representatives of the Zacatecan Cultural Institute (IZC) Ramon Lopez Velarde.