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BBVA Collection

09 May 2018

Travelling is one of the greatest pleasures in life. Visiting new cities, learning about new cultures and other languages is a dream for many. But travelling across the globe is not as easy as it seems. Fortunately, paintings have the power of taking us to other places and eras. BBVA Collection has set out to bring all corners of the world together, so that we can have them at hand’s reach.

09 Mar 2018

27 Sep 2017

It’s always new times for innovation. It has always been and it will always be. It’s in our nature to challenge the model to stress the rules. Even our own model.

14 Aug 2017

Just as they do every summer, the streets of Paris, New York and Madrid prepare to be discovered by visitors and to enliven their imagination. Who hasn´t dreamed at one time or another of strolling through their favorite city two hundred years ago and living its history in first person? There´s no need to go on dreaming. Thanks to the BBVA Collection, we can go around the world and revisit the past.

05 Jul 2017

07 Dec 2016

He travels incognito in a big wooden box that reveals neither the contents nor the destination. Completely immobilized and protected from any impact, Charles II arrives in Puebla by land and by air. The International Museum of the Baroque in Puebla anxiously awaits the arrival of this King’s portrait – part of the BBVA Collection. It hangs in one of the rooms of the exhibition “The Art of Nations: The Baroque as Global Art”. There nothing disturbs the monarch who probably never dreamt he would one day visit Mexico.

19 Oct 2016

There was a time when fashion was not decided in Paris, Milan or New York. At one point, it was Philip II’s Spain, an empire where the sun never set, who told the world how to dress. As a reflection of the time, art is the perfect guide to learn about fashion in the 16th and 17th Centuries through the BBVA Collection.

15 Jul 2016

Galeria de Imagenes

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Peasant Scene

By Johann Moritz Rugendas, depicts a typical moment at the end of the 19th Century, early 20th Century, with two men horse-back riding wearing the country’s characteristic clothing: a poncho, blue pants, a cone-shaped hat, black chaps and large silver spurs.

24 Dec 2015

Galeria de Imagenes

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Adoration of the Magi. Valerio Castello (second half of the 17th Century)

One of the most striking features of this painting by Valerio Castello, baroque master of the Italian school, is the golden atmosphere that impregnates the work, a reflection of Anton Van Dyck’s influence. The contorted and nervous shapes of the strokes, Virgin Mary’s elongated neck, shows the author’s admiration for Antonio da Correggio, another master of the baroque painting.

07 May 2015

BBVA Chairman Francisco González today presented a new book called Reinventing the company in the digital era. It contains the thoughts of specialists from different fields of knowledge on how the revolution driven by information technology is transforming the principles we use in our work and business activities. Apart from Francisco González, the participants at the presentation included other co-authors: Philip Evans (Boston Consulting Group), Alison Maitland (London Cass Business School), and Celia de Anca and Salvador Aragón, both from IE Business School.