Opening Day

  • Sat 11 May 2024
  • 10 am – 4 pm

Join us to celebrate the first day of the exhibitions by Roni Horn and Eduardo Chillida, with singular guided tours to the exhibitions led by relatives of the artists, interactive workshops, lively music and food at Cantina.

10 am – 1 pm
Take part in drop-in workshops for family audiences inspired by the exhibitions on view, ‘Roni Horn’ and ‘Chillida in Menorca.’

11.15 am
Tour of Roni Horn’s exhibition by curator and writer Georgia Loy Horn, niece of the artist.

12.15 pm
Tour of ‘Chillida in Menorca’ by Mikel Chillida, Development Manager at Chillida Leku and grandson of the artist.

1 – 4 pm
Enjoy a celebratory lunch at Cantina, including tapas and rice dishes, accompanied by live music in the olive-tree forest.

You can book your shuttle boat ticket here.

About the speakers
Mikel Chillida, grandson of Eduardo Chillida, is Development Manager at Chillida Leku, the museum created by Eduardo Chillida during his lifetime in San Sebastian. He is a member of the Estate of Eduardo Chillida and on the Management Committee of ‘Eduardo Chillida 100 years,’ a multidisciplinary programme of exhibitions, publications, audio visual and learning projects, with the objective of promoting Chillida’s life and work nationally and internationally. He has a degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the European University of Madrid and has continued his training in business management at the IESE Business School (PDD).

Georgia Loy Horn is a curator, writer, and private art collection manager based in the United States. Horn began her career at the studio of the Los Angeles-based artist Paul McCarthy, where she built the archive and assisted in exhibition coordination, image rights and reproductions, and production management. Horn is currently Curator at Large for the Louis M. Martini Winery in Napa, California, where she curated the inaugural installation of the winery’s art program, featuring the permanent, site-specific work ‘Open Field Poem’ by the artist Rosa Barba in 2023. Horn also oversaw installations by Laura Owens and Jonas Wood, among others, as a project manager for the New York-based non-profit organization RxART. In 2017, she was one of five international emerging curators nominated for the VIII Edition of the Premio Lorenzo Bonaldi per l’arte. In addition to her project work, Horn also manages private art collections for clients in New York, California, and Florida. Horn earned her undergraduate degree in Art History from Oberlin College and an M.A. in Modern Art, Critical, and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University. Georgia Loy Horn is also the niece of artist Roni Horn and subject of her project ‘This is Me, This is You’ (1997–2000).

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