Eloy Martínez de la Pera Celada

Art and Fashion Curator, Founder of Sintítulo.
Eloy Martínez de la Pera Celada, Art and Fashion Curator, Founder of Sintítulo (Spain) Bachelor in Political Science and Law and specialized in International Relations and Community

Law by the College of Europe in Bruges, he began his professional career as an advisor in Diplomatic and Consular Law at the Directorate-General for External Relations of the European

Commission in Brussels.

Today he is Managing Director of the company [Sintitulo], dedicated to activities aimed at fusing different strands of culture and the arts in projects where communication transcends the artistic or aesthetic experience. Among the areas of activity included, you may find curatorship; the organization and production of exhibitions encompassing conceptual design, development of content and museography; the design of cultural events, artistic direction, and comprehensive consultancy services to Foundations and companies for projects with art and culture at their core, as in the case of Absolut Art and Audemars Piguet.

He is a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Cristóbal Balenciaga Foundation, and he is among the leading consultants in art and fashion for museums, private foundations and

individuals, designer and producer of contemporary art projects for public and private organizations; projects that reflected the beauty of the complicit dialogues that occur silently between photography, plastic arts and fashion, which has allowed him to curate and design some of the most talked-about exhibitions in recent years.

Recent projects have included the exhibitions “Mariano Fortuny and Madrazo”, at the Spanish Costume Museum; “Transfers: Art and Fashion” for different Museums, “Walter Benjamín” at the Círculo de Bellas Artes, “Fiesta and Colour: Sorolla’s Ethnographic View” at the Museo Sorolla; “Hubert de Givenchy” at the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, and the exhibitions “Pessoa and Lisbon” as well as “Robert Capa: color photography” for the CBA.

His latest exhibition projects linked to the artistic field have been: “Givenchy: To Audrey with Love” at the Gemeenten Musueum of The Hague, “Romantic Fashion” for the National Museum of Romanticism. A retrospective on Hubert de Givenchy at the Fashion Museum of Calais, “The Rachel L. Mellon Collection” for the Balenciaga Museum, “Paco Rabanne” at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, “Sorolla and Fashion” for the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, and the “II and III Exhibition of Jewelry and Contemporary Goldsmithing” at the National Museum of Decorative Arts, “A chronicle of Haute Couture. Naty Abascal Collection” for the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, “Creators of Consciousness” at the Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid-Casa Europa, artistic curator of the Spanish stand at REVALATIONS: The International Art and Crafts Biennial in Paris and "Balenciaga and Spanish Painting" for the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum.

He is currently working on the following projects: “Philippe Venet: A retrospective exhibition” for the MAD, and on the next project where Art and Fashion will be linked under the title “Dali.

Fashion & Friends” for the National Museum Thyssen Bornemisza.
10:30 — 12:00