The collections, which feature three pieces of the Carambolo treasure, are part of a major temporary exhibition on orientalising art
Twelve archaeological pieces from four museums run by the Andalusian Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport have already travelled to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to be showcased in the temporary exhibition "From Assyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age" which opened on 22 September and can be visited until 4 January 2015. Of note among these loan are three items -a necklace, bracelet and harness- from the Carambolo Treasure, a unique collection of Mediterranean goldwork from the 1st millennium BC, which is being exhibited outside Spain for the first time.
Louvre Museum, Paris. 17 October 2014 - 19 January 2015
The Museum of Fine Arts, Seville, which is state-owned but managed by the Andalusian Government, has changed its structure so as to meet the new requirements of autonomy, flexibility and efficiency.
On 10 September 2014, the Governing Council approved the transformation of this institution into an administrative service under separate management which will contribute to promoting the activity at the museum, which is considered one of the most important the art galleries in Spain. To consult the text click here (new window). Pdf 70 KB
Latest issue of the ethnographical and intangible heritage and the museum journal
Classical Archaeology Journal of Andalusia
The publication represents the spirit for scientific interest at the institution which is now established as a point of reference in the field of heritage research and promotion.
A miscellanea of history and material culture of al-Andalus.
Journal of Andalusian Prehistory