The Bancaja Foundation has installed the work ‘White Nomad’ by Jaume Plensa on the esplanade of Plaza Tetuán, outside its cultural centre in Valencia, which forms part of the retrospective exhibition that will open its doors this Friday 25 November with around a hundred pieces from 1990 to the present day. The public sculpture, which will preside over the central square of València until 19 March 2023, is a human figure more than four metres high, formed from letters of different alphabets.

Report by ’24/7 Valencia’ team

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