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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.
Barcelona's Picasso Museum is one of its most-loved art centres, focusing as it does on the early years of the Spanish painter's life; he moved with his family to Barcelona in 1895 when he was 14 and already well established in his art studies. The city played a key role in his development; in places such as Els Quatre Gats café, he regularly met with other creatives involved in the avant-garde movement. But he was a man constantly looking for new experiences and inspirations, and this exhibition at the Museu Picasso looks at the impact that his first two visits to Paris had on him.
Among the artists on show are Manet, Degas, Cézanne and Gauguin (on loan from the permanent collection of the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and the Musée national Picasso Paris), whose work Picasso first encountered in person when he was in the French capital.
One of the greatest painters in history is the protagonist of this extensive new exhibition at CaixaForum. Diego Velázquez was born in Seville in 1599 and, before his death 61 years later, produced some of the most renowned works from Spain's acclaimed Golden Age. His renditions of the Spanish royal family (created in his role as the lead artist of the court of Felipe IV) such as 'Las Meninas' are particularly famed, but the Baroque artist also captured religious scenes as well as more down-to-earth subjects, including 1629's 'The Drunks'.
Today, the most important collection of his works is held in Madrid's Prado Museum and that's the source of many of the pieces on show here, which are compared and contrasted with those of several of his Spanish and European contemporaries such as Zubarán, El Greco, Murillo and Ribera. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to see a spectacular selection of 17th-century paintings at Barcelona's beautiful CaixaForum venue.
The Chocolate Museum is planning different workshops to experiment a profession in which chocolate becomes a link to artistic creation.
You will knead and taste chocolate, create chocolate figures, made bonbons of melted chocolate or learn to make cookies, from the dough to their decoration.
For children and adults, this is the best opportunity to become masters of chocolate for a day and amaze everyone!
The Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona opens up to families with the intention of offering a space in which to learn through play.
A place in which families will be able to discover together artistic projects that are not only aesthetically attractive, but also encourage reflection on the many ways of making, seeing and listening to the art of our time.
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.
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.
2019 will mark 50 years since the astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. However, Tintin, the character from the Hergé comics had already done so in his comic strip "Destination Moon" seventeen years earlier. These two events are linked in a fascinating exhibition in which we can see how humanity has always dreamed about earth's satellite and even contemplated what a human settlement on the moon might be like.
For the first time, the National Art Museum of Catalonia and the National Prado Museum are organizing a monographic exhibition on Bartolomé Bermejo, an exceptional painter from the Gothic period of the 15th century.
Notable among the 40 works gathered together for the exhibition are Saint Michael Triumphs over the Devil from The National Gallery in London, the Pietà Desplà from Barcelona Cathedral and the altarpiece panel of St Dominique de Silos from the Prado Museum. His work is remarkable for its extraordinary technique and iconographic originality.
The exhibition is showing in the Prado Museum from 9 October 2018 until 27 January 2019 and then, after passing through Barcelona, a selection of the works will be exhibited in the National Gallery during the summer of 2019.
Caixaforum Barcelona is putting on a retrospective of one of the leading figures of the 20th century, Max Beckmann.
This exhibition, organized in collaboration with the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, presents the work of the German artist divided into two parts. The first covers the period between the First World War and the 1930s. The second period deals with when he had left Germany behind, his work serving as a metaphor for being in exile.
One of the few opportunities to enjoy the paintings of Max Beckmann in their purest form. Don’t miss it!
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