In the midst of decolonization debates in North American and European museums, Madrid’s Círculo de Bellas Artes presents one of its most problematic, necessary and surprising exhibitions in recent years. Its director, Valerio Rocco, describes it as “the best exhibition of African sculpture seen in Spain”. A total of 300 pieces are on display, covering cultures from B.C. The most surprising thing is that all the exhibited goods come from the same collection, which was built up over four decades by Margarita Sánchez, one of the most important and least known collectors in this country, which she created with her husband. Sebastian Ubiria.. Now he has decided to publicly show, for the first time in a very ambitious way, part of his kit, which he keeps in a warehouse in the industrial zone of the capital.
Source: El Diario