TV AZTECA AND THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CENTRO DE ARTE REINA SOFÍA IN SPAIN.
TV AZTECA INTERNACIONAL and THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE CENTER OF ART REINA SOFÍA DE SPAIN, can reach an agreement that allows the international diffusion of emblematic pieces of the Mexican cultural heritage through the exhibition of fragments so far very little known by the artist Josep Renau produced during his exile in Mexico. Fragments of “The construction of the Suez Canal”, “The third dimension”, “True Cinema Credits” and “New Bells” are part of the exhibition that allows Renau’s work to transcend borders. These materials are part of the important Barbachano Archive, on which Tv Azteca has perpetual rights. The Archive is formed with the productions of the iconic filmmaker who produces the news broadcasts in movie theaters during the decades of the 50s to the 70s. This collection is a true historical jewel and a gateway to the reality of that time . “The materials to exhibit include the importance of the work that Renue made during his stay in Mexico when Manuel Barbachano Ponce gave work to different artists exiled to our country (Mexico) during the Spanish Civil War.” - commented Dulce Ávila Sales Manager of TV Azteca Internacional.- “It is an honor to collaborate with one of the most important museums in Europe and the world thanks to the audiovisual audiovisual archive that TV Azteca has.” Berta Orozco Sales Representative for Spain, Africa, Asia and French-speaking territories.