Guided tour of the Gustavo de Maeztu Museum with the artist Teresa Sabaté
On Sunday 26 November at 12:00 noon, there will be a guided tour of the exhibition “Thread in the city” by the artist herself, Teresa Sabaté.
During the visit, visitors will be able to get to know the temporary exhibition that the museum has been hosting since last October until 10 December 2023.
The exhibition is made up of small and large format works that create a journey, a trip, through everyday life. They are works made with his sewing hook, the pencil stroke is replaced by the coloured thread that goes through the canvas and weaves lines that make up a story. They are made from an avant-garde point of view, combining the technique of sewing with coloured thread and enhanced with spots of acrylic paint.
During the visit, Teresa will explain how she began to create these plans as works of art. She will explain the method of making them and how this work has allowed her to see the cities in a different way, observing the cities in more detail and enjoying the tours of these cities.
She will explain the novelty that he has introduced in this exhibition, metal sculptures such as cages and fish that accompany the cartographies. The map he has made of the city of Estella-Lizarra will also be on display.
Teresa Sabaté (Pamplona, 1955)
Dedicated to painting since 1981. She has had solo exhibitions in numerous galleries in Pamplona such as “Sala Conde Rodezno, Polvorín de la Ciudadela, Galería Pintzel…” and also in the cities of Tudela, San Sebastián, Toledo, Barcelona and Madrid. He has participated in many group exhibitions such as Mapamundistas and Nafarroa Oinez, among others. His participation in the Government of Navarre’s Landarte-2019 programme and Habitación at the Huarte Centre are some of his projects, both carried out together with Virginia Santos. For some years now, in addition to her artistic work, she has been giving painting and drawing classes for different age groups in her workshop in Pamplona.
The exhibition forms part of the museum’s annual programme and has been coordinated by the art historian Silvia Corrales, together with the museum’s management and the artist herself.
Admission to this activity is free and the exhibition can be visited free of charge until 10 December 2023, Tuesday to Saturday, from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm; Sundays and public holidays, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.