The Cathedral of Santa María and San Julián of Cuenca is the main temple of the city and the diocesan seat of the diocese of Cuenca, in the ecclesiastical province of Toledo.
It highlights the fact that this cathedral is the first in gothic style in Castilla along with Avila. Its construction began in 1196 and concluded in 1257, but has undergone several changes over the centuries, incorporating elements from different artistic periods.
The exhibition design of this cultural event in Cuenca Cathedral, designed by the young architect Borja Santurino, try to provide visitors a unique journey through the different approaches on the subject show the different participating artists.
Moving along the three existing areas we can perceive a sequence of different visions through a close look, represented by the Spanish informalists; a faraway look, by the Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei; and a timeless look, evoked by the universal figure of Miguel de Cervantes.
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