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PIECES OF LEGO AS ART

March 29, 2016

Using Lego, the artist Nathan Sawaya has created his own figures and versions of pieces renowned the world over, such as The Thinker and the Mona Lisa.

Having toured numerous European and worldwide cities, the exhibition now arrives at the dome of the Les Arenes commercial centre and will be on until 12 June.

LEGO building, located both in the rooms of a child of the universe as large, has a legocharacter between modern and vintage trendsetter and knows no crisis. His pieces are simple objects which, thanks to its multiplicity, contain in themselves an infinite range of possibilities, and giving back to those who have in your hands an irrepressible desire to play, invent and dream. Nobody can resist the attractive colours and shapes of a pile of LEGO pieces before your feet! To stoke the public obsession for small parts, the exhibition “The Art of the Brick” structure around the visit creativity and play. The creativity of the artist above all, but all visitors can enjoy the works presented, which are just an example, a very small part of what can be done in LEGO. The works of the exhibition “The Art of the Brick “seduce the audience for its aesthetics, but is mostly their creative potential that fascinates its visitors, regardless of their age.

 

Place: “Las Arenastop level, Plaza España

Timetable: Daily from 10:00 to 21:00

Price: General admission 15,50€, children under 12 years old: 8,50€, children until 2 years old: free, Students and pensioners; 12€, Pack Family (2 adults and 2 children): 40€

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