The museum has put together a selection of works that call the attention to matters related to ecology, the economy and our social organisation.
Thanks to our collaboration, students from IE University can find, in the four Hubs of IE Tower, large-scale reproductions of these paintings made from recyclable, long-lasting materials. The pieces invite us to reflect on our relationship with the environment and our commitment to sustainable development models.
You can browse the works included in the tour on this page. The collaboration will be further complemented by guided tours of the museum itself, where you can see the original works explained from a perspective aimed at shaping sustainable ways of thinking. The initiative is a true reflection of the commitment of both institutions to innovation and sustainability through the arts and humanities: IE University is made up of a diverse academic community, comprising 8,000 students from 140 different countries, whose learning environment helps them embark on a process of personal transformation.
The museum wants to look to the present and the future. For that reason, we continually develop new perspectives on art history. In the same vein, we have also created the initiative #VersionaThyssen, an open call for reinterpretations of paintings from the collection, aimed at young people.