The Minister of Culture, Miquel Iceta, has insured in his visit to the Archaeological Museum of Seville, which will be restored for a global amount of 20 million euros, which "is not a matter of altering the collections (of the national museums) but to add Collaboration "and that" there is no forecast of transfer of works, but collaborative ".
"That national museums exist is good and that the national museums maintain their integrity is also good," the minister has responded to journalists who have been interested in the possibility that once the Archaeological Museum of Seville is restored - not before the End of 2025- Receive pieces from other museums, even temporarily.
The archaeological of Seville "is complete" but "that does not mean that it can not be enriched in the future," the minister added before insisting that "we do not think so much on mobility and to share, digitize and train all of a Network, a network of all Spaniards ".
ICETA has highlighted that although the colors of the Andalusian and Central Government are different "the vocation that the museum is a jewel unites us; and when we find projects in which we collaborate we are unbeatible," and he has joked: "There are people who say that This of the autonomies is a mess, but it is not true. "
"Museums are not to stay as they are, they have to grow and evolve," ICETA has also said when referring to the Archive of Indias, which has also visited this morning.
The Archaeological Museum of Seville, whose rehabilitation was already raised 30 years ago, is being evicted with the idea of completely vaciting the next spring so that the rehabilitation works begin before the end of next year and end up within a period of three Years, as explained by the Andalusian Counselor of Culture, Patricia del Pozo, who has accompanied the Minister.
Both have followed this morning the explanations of the architect that has designed the rehabilitation of the building, one of the most elegant pavilions of the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition that, with this definitive rehabilitation, will dispense with some elements of the reforms that this building has been submitted which already has more than a century of history.
The explanation of the reform has been made in one of the large halls of the museum in which great statues of a Diana and Emperor Trajan, two of the largest and most important pieces of the almost 700,000 that house this museum, many Of which have already been transferred to the ancient ships of Tabacalera, in the Sevillian town of San José de la Rinconada.
Only for the adequacy of these ships, the transfer and conservation of the pieces must be invested a total of 2.4 million euros, while also adapting the exhibition halls of the Sevillian Monastery of Santa Inés, in the center of the city , so that during the three years the works last will show a selection of the main works of the archaeological -selection that will be small for the size of many of the pieces that preserves this museum.Date Of Update: 08 December 2021, 10:32