The Pedro Cano Foundation houses some of the best works of the artist from Blanca and a collection of all kinds of paintings that form the two thousand drawings on display, besides being responsible for a big number of cultural activities in arts.
Ground floor. It houses the series “Clausuras”, the reception and a shop.
1st Floor. “Vivir pintando”. A chronological tour. The first oil painting that Pedro created at eleven years old and significant works in the artistic career of the painter as “Retrato de mi madre”, “Equipaje” and “Pompeyano” can be seen.
They also exhibit other works from some of his most important series as “59 East 7th Street”, “Hortus” and “IlFiume”.
2nd Floor. “Obra en papel” that combines, amongst other masterpieces, his travel notebooks and his aquarelles of “Las ciudades invisibles” by Italo Calvino; and some masterpieces from “Clausuras”.
3rd Floor. Temporary exhibitions