Una exposición de la SGAE mostrará objetos de artistas urbanos

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An exhibition by the SGAE will show objects by urban artists

The General Society of Authors and Editors (SGAE) pays tribute to current urban music creators with an exhibition, showing objects from artists such as Rosalia, C. Tangana either Zowi. It will take place from June 6 to July 14 in it Longoria Palace of Madrid.

The General Society of Authors and Editors (SGAE) sends a gesture of complicity to the new generations of sound creators with “Urban music, pop and high culture”. This is an exhibition that celebrates the talent of those figures who, like Rosalia, C. Tangana, Bad Gyal, Zowi either Quevedoamong many others, star in the main musical revolution of the 21st century in our country.

The exhibition is part of the program of activities commemorating the 125th birthday of the SGAE. You can visit from June 6 to July 14 to the SGAE headquarters in Madrid (Palau de Longoria, c/ Fernando VI, 4)of 4 to 9 p.m.. Admission is free.

The exhibition includes a hundred costumes and other items of clothing, accessories, awards, scenic elements, illustrations and original photographs. In addition to notebooks with song lyrics and handwritten notes, donated by more than thirty artists.

Through these objects, a “tribute to current urban music artists is proposed, as a fundamental pillar of the present and future of musical creation,” he explains. Maribel Sausorcurator of the exhibition jointly with Aïda Camprubí (music journalist, manager and cultural critic with a gender perspective).

The project also has the collaboration of the specialized magazine NEW, as well as the Association of Fashion Creators of Spain (ACMÉ). The image of the exhibition has been signed by the graphic designer and creative and art director Sara V. Mallo.

Fans will be able to see, for example, the bata de cola that he wore Rosalia in its “Motomami World Tour”; the top for the tour “The Queen of the South” of Zowi, made with Spanish coins from the year 1937; The suit of Moon Ki for the video clip “Four weddings”; or one of the suits that Nathy Peluso was put on for a magazine report S Fashion.

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