And becoming a public museum in 1933, when Rusiñol arrived at the town of Sitges, Cau Ferrat remains one of the main windows of Modernism, as well as the stage that houses the important collection that the artist brought together. On the occasion of this event, Museos de Sitges organizes an exhibition - curated by Ignasi Domènech, head of collections of Sitges Museums - which tells the decisive role that Cau had between its inauguration, in 1894, and its Conversion in public museum, forty years later.
Between Wednesday and Saturday, guided tours take place at 14.30 (in English), 15h (in Spanish) and 15:30 (in Catalan), which have an itinerary for the exhibition complemented with a visit to Cau Ferrat and the Maricel Museum.
Wednesday, February 5th
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