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  • 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.

    Museums will remain closed until further notice.

  • 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.

    This museum will remain closed until further notice.

  • Enric Ansesa. Persistences

    Enric Ansesa. Persistences

    Enric Ansesa (Girona, 1945) is one of the most prominent artists of modern abstract art. The Can Framis Museum offers an individual exhibition with pieces from the painter's almost fifty years of experience. With a common denominator, the color black, Ansensa's work works with the concepts of darkness and light, sobriety and feeling, matter and drawing, and converts this color (or not color) into its main aesthetic reference.

    This museum will remain closed until further notice.

  • William Klein. Manifiesto

    William Klein. Manifiesto

    He is considered one of the greatest revolutionists of contemporary photography. William Klein (New York, 1928) is known for his groundbreaking street photography and laying the foundations of modern aesthetics, which remains in full force today. Now at La Pedrera exhibition room, we can see over two hundred of his works. These are not only photographic, but also various types of documents, such us drawings and films, enabling us to approach his works, free of standards and conventional attitudes, and his relentless look at modern society.

    This museum will remain closed until further notice.

  • Fundació Foto Colectania: Contemporary photography on your mobile devices

    Fundació Foto Colectania: Contemporary photography on your mobile devices

    With the hashtag #VirtualFotoColectania, the non-profit foundation Foto Colectania is sharing different proposals: readings, online programs, virtual tours of exhibitions, videos... Follow it on social networks and access a vast universe of contemporary photography.

  • Museu del Disseny: take a virtual tour

    Museu del Disseny: take a virtual tour

    The same technology used by Google Streets will enable you to get fully immersed in the rooms that house the permanent collection of the Museu del Disseny. Without leaving home you will learn about the origins of the treasures on display and marvel at the ceramics, textiles, furniture, jewelry, clothing through the ages and examples of ground-breaking graphic design. Welcome to a voyage through time!

  • Sala Dalmau

    Sala Dalmau

    During this lockdown period, the Sala Dalmau art gallery has tasked itself with bringing major works of art to your mobile device. Via its Instagram account, Sala Dalmau has recovered some of the works, interviews and exhibitions connected with the gallery which it offers with an exhaustive explanation in order to provide an in-depth appreciation of the context and the mentality of the artist.

  • Human Bodies

    Human Bodies

    If you were one of those who missed out on the Human Bodies exhibition in Barcelona, you can now take a full virtual tour. The people responsible for this magnificent exploration of human anatomy have put together a compilation of the most amazing pieces and exhibits lasting just over 4 minutes to give you a better understanding of how our body works.

  • Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB)

    Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB)

    Streaming has become the method that CCCB mostly uses to offer cultural contents, now that its doors are closed. Personalities such as Paul Auster or Juan Antonio Bayona talk to us and you can also discover photography and art collections through documentary clips. Through its social networks the CCCB also shares its reflection on current issues through articles and meaningfuldebates.

  • MEAM - Museu Europeu d'Art Modern

    MEAM - Museu Europeu d'Art Modern

    The European Museum of Modern Art, MEAM, has designed an exhibition exclusively online. And the topic of course is confinement. "Confinats" (Confined) offers a series of pictorial works of art with international figurative artists, showing scenes of everyday life in this stage as unreal as it is true: empty streets, people on balconies, activities. The exhibition is revealed day by day through their social networks and invites viewers to share their own stories.

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