Author: Javier Viver
Texts: Horacio Fernández, Javier Ortiz-Echagüe, Carmen Espinosa and Benjamín Cano
Binding: Rustic with flaps
Measures: 160 X 235 mm
Year of publication: 2020
Published by: RM and Javier Viver studio
Museum of Passions is the unique publication of the exhibition with the same title that Javier Viver held at the Museo Lázaro Galdiano and the Chapel of the Architects of the Church of San Sebastian (Madrid), between 5 February and 20 September 2020.
With this starting point, the author has worked hand in hand with the art historian Horacio Fernández to offer a novel tour of the exhibition in two volumes, one of Word and the other of Image.
The first one is composed of an extensive and unconventional conversation between the artist and the historian and the texts by Javier Ortiz-Echagüe, Carmen Espinosa Martín and Benjamín Cano Domínguez.
The volume of Imagen is a new way of walking through the rooms to discover the invisible. An ascending tour from the entrance of the Lazaro Galdiano Museum to the lantern of Ventura Rodríguez’s dome in the Chapel of the Architects guided by the flight of the dove of the Spirit.