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  • Blues and classical music concerts at the MEAM

    Blues and classical music concerts at the MEAM

    The European Museum of Modern Art, the MEAM, located in a Baroque building of the 18th century (Palau Gomis), is offering more than contemporary figurative art. A series of activities related to music is planned throughout the year, to enjoy a different kind of program.

    Every Friday evening, the museum is filled with music. The Friday's Blues cycle offers the possibility of enjoying a concert of bluegrass blues, swing and jazz. Bands bring their instruments to accompany the works and fill the museum with music for visitors to enjoy. Saturday evenings are reserved for classical music. The concerts usually start at half-past five and include an afternoon snack.

    Before the concerts, you can visit the collection exhibiting the best of contemporary figurative art. This is a feature of MEAM and highlights it from other contemporary art museums.

  • Summer nights at Caixafòrum

    Summer nights at Caixafòrum

    On Wednesdey evenings in summer, enjoy performing arts, plastic arts, dance, concerts and a lot more. An essential event for all music and culture enthusiasts, every Wednesday to enjoy the most stimulating creators of today's scene.

  • After the End of the World

    After the End of the World

    "After the End of the World" is an exhibition about the planet of 2017, irreversibly transformed into an Anthropocene planet after two centuries of human intervention in 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.

    The project brings together voices from the various disciplines of creation and thought; together, artists, filmmakers, novelists, playwrights, architects, designers and scientists will imagine scenes, stories and escape routes to the different possible worlds that we can build, according to the decisions we make in the coming years—decisions in which we are all much more than mere spectators.

  • MACBA collection. Beneath the surface

    MACBA collection. Beneath the surface

    MACBA Collection. Beneath the Surface brings together works that focus on the problems deriving from representation and its limits, as well as the relevance and incidence of the artist and art in contemporary society. Although from different conceptual and formal approaches, many of these pieces share references to Conceptual art, forms derived from Minimalism and a contemporary fascination with material and surface. Beneath the Surface, and hence the title, examines the interest in aspects beneath which lie contents of a very different nature. It is worth mentioning the performatic component that permeates some of the works.

    The exhibition is integrated by works of various formats and typologies by artists such as Ignasi Aballí, Antoni Tàpies, Lucio Fontana, Karla Black, Art & Language, Angela de la Cruz, Derek Jarman, Latifa Echakhch, Félix González-Torres, Charlotte Posenenske, Rita McBride, Gregor Schneider, Doris Salcedo and Michelangelo Pistoletto, among others.

  • Rosemarie Castoro. Focusing on infinity

    Rosemarie Castoro. Focusing on infinity

    The Macba presents the first institutional retrospective of Rosemarie Castoro, (1939-2015). The exhibition focuses on the period from 1964 to 1979. Castoro was a multidisciplinary artist, who formed part of the New York vanguard, with wide artistic experience that included abstract painting, conceptual art, street and studio performance actions, sculpture, installations and land art.

    "Rosemarie Castoro. Focusing on infinity" also analyzes her activist aspect. It examines how her interest for dance is shown in her way of reading a space and in the performance photographs of her works, which she describes as "stages and containers for the body".

  • Oceans, the last wild territory

    Oceans, the last wild territory

    The Barcelona Museum of Natural Sciences is offering an audiovisual experience of the seabeds of the entire planet to discover the beauty and richness of the oceans and the importance of preserving them thanks to the exhibition Oceans, the last wild territory, based on the documentary Oceans by J. Perrin and J. Cluzaud.
    One of the attractions of the exhibition is the giant curved screen that heightens the sensation of immersion, doubling the enjoyment of this unique opportunity to submerge yourself in the oceans of the five continents. The visit also includes a circuit of 14 giant high definition screens, life-sized replicas of marine creatures and stereoscopic images in 3D that need to be viewed through special glasses. The exhibition is rounded off with some interactive devices with basic information about the oceans along with an area dedicated to children's activities.

  • Picasso's cuisine

    Picasso's cuisine

    This exhibition focuses on the approach of Picasso's work through an original theme: gastronomy This approach is thoroughly investigated and includes all essential themes in the life of Picasso. The presence of food is constant in the artist's work and also in literary texts.

    You can enjoy the guided visits to the temporary exhibition every Saturday, at 12 noon in Catalan, at 1pm in Spanish, at 3pm in French and at 4pm in English.

  • Gala Dalí (Gala, artist and muse of the 20th century)

    Gala Dalí (Gala, artist and muse of the 20th century)

    Gala is known worldwide for being the wife and muse of Salvador Dalí. She is the center of this exhibition organized jointly by the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya and the Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí of Figueres.

    It explores the enigmatic figure of Gala and her relationship with numerous artists and intellectuals. It will therefore be a great opportunity to discover this significant person for surrealism and its influence. The exhibition includes works from institutions throughout the world, such as the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza de Madrid, The Salvador Dalí Museum of St. Petersburg (Florida), the Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, and the Pinakothek der Moderne of Munich. You will also be able to see a selection of paintings, drawings and photographs from other artists associated with surrealism such as Max Ernst, Picasso, Man Ray, Cecil Beaton and Brassaï.

  • International Musem Day & The Night of Museums

    International Musem Day & The Night of Museums

    May sees two excellent events for those who love visiting museums. On May 18, International Museum Day is celebrated, a European initiative that sees numerous institutions open their doors for free and put on a special programme of activities. The aim is to raise awareness in visitors about the key role museums and other cultural centres can play in the development of society.
    The following evening, Barcelona holds its Night of Museums, when participating venues stay open late into the night, offering a different way to experience the permanent and temporary exhibitions currently on show, as well as the chance to enjoy different activities, such as family workshops, live performances and guided tours. This is also a global event, one that started in Berlin in 1997 and is now celebrated in around 120 European cities each year. Signed up to the two events in Barcelona are a wide variety of centres whose specialisations include art, archeology, history, author, ethnology, paleontology, ceramics, zoology, movies, design and much more.

  • Nits d'Estiu (Summer nights)

    Nits d'Estiu (Summer nights)

    Throughout the summer, most evenings see special cultural and gastronomic activities held at venues around the city.
    Many modernista spaces, such as Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, Palau Güell, Casa Amatller, La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, host concerts, suppers, drinks and audiovisual shows.
    In turn, several cultural venues, including Poble Espanyol, CaixaForum and El Born Centre de Cultura i Memoria, open late at least one night a week, allowing you to enjoy their exhibitions and special activities away from the daytime crowds and heat.

    Film fans can head to open-air screenings like Sala Montjuïc, which shows movies at the castle on top of Montjuïc, Gandules, a free event at the CCCB where the audience sits in deckchairs (gandules in Catalan), and Cosmonits, a programme of sci-fi films at CosmoCaixa.
    Finally, the city's parks host evening concerts and the Liceu goes al fresco with the outdoor screening of one its operas.

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