Vampires. The evolution of the myth
Time Out says
This exhibition is dedicated to the myth of the vampire in all its aspects. It's a great opportunity to immerse yourself in their world and learn about the relationships between the different facets of the vampire, from different artistic practices, in a captivating way. The exhibition brings together a selection of fantasy films that have fuelled the myth, from avant-garde projects to blockbusters, from Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau's 'Nosferatu' (1922) to Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'. In addition to showing films and literary works, the exhibition displays a selection of vampire appearances in other artistic disciplines, such as Max Ernst's surreal collages, some prints from Goya's 'Los Caprichos', the disturbing paintings by contemporary artist Wes Lang, and the iconic image of Dracula as performed by Bela Lugosi used by Andy Warhol in the lithograph titled 'The Kiss'.