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Exhibition 20 Years of Oscar in Canal +, in the House of America until February 24

Oscar de Mar Adentro at the Oscar exhibition on Canal + at Casa de América

The delivery of celebrities Oscar awards Los Angeles takes place this year on February 24, and Channel + one more year he will broadcast this ceremony that arouses worldwide attention,

On the occasion of the celebration of the 20 broadcasting this ceremony, which this time will be presented by Toni Garrido, Channel + has organized a very special exhibition in collaboration with the House of america, at its headquarters Linares Palace in Cibeles.

It's about the 20 Years Oscar exhibition in Channel +, which you can visit until the same day 24, and where you can see numerous and curious objects, as well as photographs, costumes, posters and drawings belonging to Spanish films, directors and actors who have been winners or candidates to receive the Oscars.

Of course, the star object is the Oscar statuette who received the movie Open sea in 2004, which you can see in this exhibition.

In it you also have the fraction that Pedro Almodovar used when he received his Oscar in 1999 for the film Everything about my mother. Or the one that Jorge Drexler led when he was rewarded for the song Across the river, from the movie of Motorcycle Diaries. And there is also a dress worn by Penelope Cruz in a ceremony.

Surely the masks used in the movie also catch your attention The Pan's Labyrinth, by Guillermo del Toro, who received three technical Oscars in 2007.

And also in the House of America exhibition you will know the curious history of the shoes that Carles Bosch bought at the last minute in a luxury store of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. His documentary Raftsmen He was an Oscar candidate in 2004.

The visiting hours of the Oscar exhibition at Casa de América It is, from Monday to Friday, from 11 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., and on Saturdays, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays is closed.

Admission to the exhibition is free. Here are more photos of the exhibition.









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