A surprising exhibition of art available to be visited this summer at the Museum of fine arts of Bilbao, BBK, titled Taurus. From myth to the ritual that investigates the iconography of the Bull. The collection includes more than 200 pieces and shows the works of great artists such as Picasso, Manet, Goya, Barcelo and Miro. Paintings and drawings, but also sculptures and ceramic single are not exposed. Visitors who are staying in a hotel in Bilbao can see Taurus. From myth to the ritual up to September 5, with pieces in the exhibition coming from the bronze era to present day. The purpose of this exhibition is to see how the image of the Bull is a constant in the Mediterranean culture both in the myths, games, festivals and ceremonies. From the 16th century art also reflected the interest by the demonstrations of bullfighting, and since then some of the greatest creators of the XVIII, XIX and XX centuries have tried modern bullfighting games, which echoes the ancient cult of the vital force and one direct look at death, explains the official website of the Museum.
Another shows that art lovers may visit while they are in the Museum of fine arts is the abduction of Deidamia, work by Peter Paul Rubens, which is a loan from the Museo del Prado in Madrid. The price of the tickets is from 6 and opening hours is from 10 to 20 hours from Tuesday to Sunday.