Jaume Plensa

"Maria" and "Silvia", the monumental sculptures by Jaume Plensa, continue to travel through the Valencian Community to settle in Vila-real next to the La Cerámica Stadium. They can be visited there until March 2022.

Jaume Plensa

"Maria" and "Silvia", the monumental sculptures by Jaume Plensa, continue to travel through the Valencian Community to settle in Vila-real next to the La Cerámica Stadium. They can be visited there until March 2022.

"Sharing the artistic and cultural awareness means learning to understand, value and love art, so everyone can enjoy looking at it"

Hortensia Herrero​

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The artistic heritage of the Comunitat Valenciana belongs to everyone and is there to be enjoyed by everyone. For this reason, the Hortensia Herrero Foundation supports initiatives that help to recover the artistic heritage of the Comunitat Valenciana in order to turn it into a benchmark. Improving our past to enjoy it in the present and leave it as a legacy for the future.

Supporting initiatives involving dance with the aim of promoting training and awareness of this discipline through the projects “Campus Internacional Valencia Danza”, the “Somos Arte” gala and “Ballet Vale+”.

Sharing the artistic sensitivity understood as painting, sculpture, architecture and any art discipline that may help promoting culture at a national and international level.

The Hortensia Herrero foundation is currently working in the renovation of the Valeriola Palace to build the future Hortensia Herrero Art Centre, aiming at increasing the sensitivity for contemporary art among the society of the Comunitat Valenciana.

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