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  • Family activities at Museu Marítim de Barcelona

    Family activities at Museu Marítim de Barcelona

    The Barcelona Maritime Museum is running a varied program of leisure activities for all the family, aimed at arousing the curiosity, respect and appreciation for maritime culture.

  • John Lennon and Yoko Ono naked

    John Lennon and Yoko Ono naked

    The Museu de l'Eròtica of Barcelona presents its two new collections, Bag One and Two Virgins. They are a series of drawings and lithographs by John Lennon depicting his honeymoon and erotic scenes captured during his sexual encounters with Yoko Ono.

  • Barcelona Design Week

    Barcelona Design Week

    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.

  • Saber-toothed tigers and mastodons. The megafauna of the Miocene period

    Saber-toothed tigers and mastodons. The megafauna of the Miocene period

    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.

  • Picasso the poet

    Picasso the poet

    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.

  • My commitment - Guerrero Medina

    My commitment - Guerrero Medina

    Espais Volart is holding a solo exhibition of the artist Guerrero Medina (Jaén 1942) which will be displaying almost 200 of his works. Through four central themes, all of which are dedicated to the figure, we will be able to observe his socially committed career path, as the title of the exhibition demonstrates. The themes are Art-denunciation, Exile, Fragments of memory and Painting Velázquez.

  • Carlos Pérez Siquier

    Carlos Pérez Siquier

    Spanish photographic modernity can boast a leading artist in Carlos Pérez Siquier. Born in 1930, Siguier was a pioneer of color photography. Fundación Mapfre is now exhibiting an extensive retrospective of his work which displays his most prominent series carried out between 1957 and 2018. The exhibition includes previously unpublished images as well as documentary materials that enrich the discourse of his work. The margins of society, the cultural clash with the arrival of mass tourism and aspects of his own personal life are some of the topics we can observe at the Casa Garriga Nogués exhibition hall.

  • Miró: Antoni Llena Constellation

    Miró: Antoni Llena Constellation

    The artist, Antoni Llena has selected 150 drawings from the Fundación Joan Miró collection, following criteria of aesthetic emotion and expression from the deepest and iconoclastic side of the master. These drawings form the origin of well known works in some cases, and others which Joan Miró repeated for years, but which did not materialize into anything further. The artist Antoni Llena displays the works of Miró together with two of his own works, with the aim of experiencing the entire Miró universe from the perspective of Llena.

  • In three acts. Well-known master works

    In three acts. Well-known master works

    This exhibition explores the notion of collection as a way of approaching art To do this, the three acts of this exhibition attempt to question the status of "contemporary classics" of some artists of the Josep Suñol Collection, bringing us closer to the person and extracting authors from their mythical status.

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