Museo Picasso.Montcada 15-23
The Picasso museum is a key reference for understanding the formative years of Pablo Picasso. The genius of the young artist is revealed through the 4,251 works that make up the permanent collection. Furthermore, the Picasso museum, opened in 1963, also reveals his deep relationship with Barcelona: an intimate, solid relationship that was shaped in his adolescence and youth, and continued until his death.
The Picasso museum is very rich in regard to work from the formative years in the life of the artist; it is practically exhaustive up to the Blue Period. The Museum also houses an important representation of works from 1917, and the series Las Meninas (1957) as well as a comprehensive print collection.
fins 28-4- 2017
CCCB Montalegre 5, Raval
After the End of the World is an exhibition about the Earth of 2017 irreversibly transformed into the Anthropoceneplanet after two centuries of human impact on natural systems. But it is also an exhibition about how we will reach the world of the latter half of the 21st century, and about our society’s responsibility to the generations who will be born and grow up in it
Joana Biarnés, total commitment to photojournalism
Palau Robert. Paseo de Gracia 107
Joana Biarnés presents a selection of 90 photos from her extensive photographic archive which portray post-Civil War Spain from a static and highly masculinized perspective at an exhibition at Palau Robert in Barcelona. The photos correspond to the time when Joana Biarnés was working for the evening newspaper Pueblo from 1963 to 1973.
Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8
CaixaForum has become one of the most dynamic, active and vibrant cultural facilities in the city. Come and enjoy its extensive programming for all kinds of audiences.
The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is located in the Palau Nacional of Montjuïc, constructed for the International Exposition of 1929. In 1934 it opened its doors as the Museu d’Art de Catalunya, bringing together the medieval collection. Subsequently, in 1995, then as the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, the new rooms of Romanesque art were inaugurated, and in a successive way the public presentation of the collection was extended, a process that ended in 2004 with the integration of modern art.
Convento de San Agustin, El Born
The Arxiu Fotogràfic de Barcelona (Photographic Archive of Barcelona), created in 1931 and located on the second floor of the old Convent of Saint Augustine, conserves over two million photographs from the early days of photography to the present day, mostly featuring the city of Barcelona.
Professional and amateur photographers, publishing houses, Barcelona celebrities, institutions, families, anonymous citizens and even the City Council have contributed to this archive over the years. It has a reference room, workrooms, laboratories, seven repositories for the safekeeping of photographs and a new exhibition room, designed for the periodic showing of photos from amongst its holdings.
Fundación MAPFRE Casa Garriga i Nogués Exhibition Hall
Fins 21-1-2018 Diputacio 250
Between 11 October 2017 and 21 January 2018, our proposal for Barcelona is an exploration of one of the icons of art from the ‘fin de siècle’ period, The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. This exhibition brings together a hundred sculptures and around thirty drawings, that have only been shown on rare occasions, plus various mock-ups and models that give an insight into the creative process of the sculptor and the evolution that the Gates were subjected to over the years. Considered the central work of the French sculptor’s career, who spent more than twenty years working on it, this monumental piece offers a spectacular view of hell, frenzied and tempestuous, yet also sensual and evocative.
Museu del Disseny de Barcelona
Pl. de les Glòries Catalanes, 37-38
The show, produced by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, has already been seen by a 1.5 million visitors during its world tour to cities including Berlin, Paris and Chicago. One of the most successful exhibitions in the long-standing history of the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) finally comes to Barcelona
Princesa 57, El Born
Blueproject Foundation is a contemporary art foundation located in the Born district of Barcelona.
This is a non-profit, private initiative. The space consists of two exhibition rooms that host expository projects by celebrated, as well as emerging contemporary artists.
This art space based in Barcelona is open to all types of contemporary artistic practices, supporting both local and international projects.
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