The Lola Flores Museum in Jerez will display more than 200 original pieces by the artist, including some 40 jewels.

It is better known as the Lola Flores Cultural Center. Museum Lola Flores will open its doors on Friday, March 31, which coincides with Dolores Friday exhibiting in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz). More than 200 original pieces that ‘La Faraona’ keeps and treasures and this will now be shown to the public.

As detailed in a memo by the Jerez City Council, the opening will be held privately with the participation of the artist’s daughters, It won’t be until 5:15 pm when Rosario and Lolita Flores and this building allow access to the public who have previously booked their tickets through the ticketentradas.com portal.

This More than 200 original parts About 40 original pieces now on display at the museum, with special attention to her jewellery, that Lola Flores “preserved and treasured so they can come out of the chests and be shared by all,” stressed Jerez mayor Mamen Sanchez.

The museography of this place was carried out by the firm of Reina de Corazones, curated by the firm of Laura Cerrato and Juan Pablo Frade.

The second part of the project that will integrate this museum area known as Lola Flores Chartwill open “in the fall” until a third phase, when the future Tabanco de Lola Flores will open. This last area will be in the town hall next to Tablao.and o where a “very Jerez” patio was designed to preserve the Andalusian façade and make a flower patio for performances, book presentations and other events and so you can enjoy this open space.

In this whole processCity Council gathers citizens’ requests to donate artist-related objects from Jerez. The mayor explained that an inventory of the pieces has been made to find out what they have for future temporary exhibitions. Among the demands, an Australian origin painting stands out. “Lola was very generous and was delivering everywhere,” Sánchez argued.

Admission to the Lola Flores Museum costs ten euros, with discounted prices for people over 65, teenagers and children under six to five euros, while children under five can enter for free. Moreover, The museum will be open three days a year, Like Lola Flores’ birth date of January 23, her death day May 16, and September 24, which coincides with the day of La Merced, the patron saint of Jerez.

Working hours will be from Tuesday to Friday. It can be visited between 10:00 – 14:00 and 17:00 – 20:00 on Saturdays, between 10:00 – 20:00, and on Sundays between 10:00 – 14:00.

Source: Informacion

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