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Pride BCN has been celebrated in Barcelona every year since 2008; a whole week during which the city reconfirms its commitment to the LGTBI community and highlights the struggle for rights and freedoms for all. Concerts, marches, trade shows, and many more activities aimed at the widest range of audiences, including families, flood the streets of Barcelona.
For some years now, the city has spent an entire week at the epicenter of the design world. Barcelona Design Week (BDW) is an essential diary date for anybody with a keen interest in design, innovation and business. This year is takes place a new edition and for some days design opens itself up to the city in the form of exhibitions, workshops, talks and tours. There will be activities covering all aspects of design, making this one of the most important Design Weeks of the international calendar. The program features complementary activities designed to enable design professionals and companies to create business opportunities and exchange knowledge.
One of the most highly awaited music festivals of the season, the Festival del Mil·lenni will be celebrating its 21st edition. Spread out over several months, the Festival program schedules a series of concerts in the city's best theaters and auditoriums to cover almost all musical genres: from pop to Flamenco, as well as classic, folk and jazz music. Each year prominent international artists touch down in Barcelona and this year will be no different. This year's Millenni festival will be hosting artists of the likes of Saint Etienne, Mika, Glen Hansard, Diego el Cigala, Manolo García and Amaia.
Following his triumphal show since 2017 in the Teatro Rialto in Madrid, Antonio Díaz - The Mago Pop is now bringing his surprising show "Nada es imposible" to the Victòria Theater in Barcelona. Dare to question everything you have taken for granted until now with this magician's tireless ability to surprise you from the very first moment. A show full of fun, sensitivity, rhythm and emotion which will transport you to an extraordinary world.
In the Cerro de los Batallones archeological site, located in the current Madrid region, fossils have been found of mastodons and large predators who lived there 9 million years ago. These are animals which are now extinct and the saber-toothed tiger is one notable example. Through the paleontological remains found in this exceptionally well preserved site, the Cosmocaixa is offering us a journey to the past to learn about the fauna which previously populated our lands, such as the giant tortoise, the mastodon, and giraffes and horses which we no longer see in today's world.
The work of the German artist Charlotte Posenenske (1930-1985) was brief but intense. She developed a form of mass produced minimalism in response to the social and economic concerns of the time, eschewing the art market and rejecting conventional formal and cultural hierarchies. The MACBA is now displaying the "Work in progress" exhibition, bringing together works by Posenenske from 1956 to 1968, from her first drawings and paintings to her aluminum wall-reliefs and her last and best-known modular sculptures. An exhibition that was previously in Beacon, New York and which will continue touring across Europe.
By means of a wide selection of photographic and audiovisual works we can observe how photographers and filmmakers have dissected the metropolis and how they have set out different scenes of urban life. The city is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for these artists and experiences in the big city give rise to the essential conditions of modernity. Aspects such as war, reconciliation, protests and extremely diverse stories all take a starring role in this exhibition by the CaixaForum which features collections from the Centre Pompidou and photographs and footage from Spanish collections.
The MACBA is staging a solo exhibition of the Greek artist Takis (Panagiotis Vassilakis). Born in Athens in 1925, Takis died last August. The MACBA is paying tribute to this artist who was a pioneer in the creation of new artistic forms using invisible energies such as magnetism and electricity. This exhibition is organized by the Tate Modern in collaboration with the MACBA and the Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens.
The friendship between Picasso and the surrealist poet Paul Éluard was strong and unbreakable. Following the death of Apollinaire, both men got together to share and exchange ideas and opinions. The premature death of Éluard, after twenty years of friendship, was a major blow for the painter who had published a book months earlier with a series of the poet's drawings that featured a beautifully written prologue by Éluard himself. The Picasso Museum examines the relationship of both of these artists through Éluard's books and poetry and his art collection, as well as Picasso's portraits and drawings of the poet and his wife Nusch. We will also come across photographs by Man Ray and Brassaï and correspondence and documentary films narrating the meetings between the two friends.
Picasso had a love of words, writing, poetry and language from a young age. His friend André Breton enshrined this side of Picasso's personality in 1935 with a text published in Cahiers d’Art. This painting genius acknowledged that “All the arts are ultimately one and the same. One can write a painting with words just as one can paint sensations in a poem.” The temporary exhibition entitled Picasso Poeta reveals the importance of poetry writing to his creative career and introduces us to his manuscripts and his sources, the connection between his writings and paintings and, above all, his ingenuity as a poet.
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