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  • Picasso Museum

    Picasso Museum

    The Picasso Museum is very active on Twitter, providing fascinating content for culture buffs and fans of the great artist.

  • Jamais Óscar Domínguez Pablo Picasso

    Jamais Óscar Domínguez Pablo Picasso

    The erotic and hypnotic, troubling and enigmatic gramophone 'Jamais', created by the Canary Island-born artist Óscar Domínguez, provides the linking thread for this exhibition that will immerse you in the innovative and surprising milieu of Paris during the 1938 International Surrealism Exhibition. The exhibition runs until 8th November.

  • Picasso and the jewelry of the artist

    Picasso and the jewelry of the artist

    We know him for his paintings, ceramics, engravings, sculptures, and even for his poetry. But on this occasion, the Museu Picasso in Barcelona is focusing on one of the artist's lesser-known artistic endeavors: artistic jewelry. We will be able to see some of his most emblematic pieces, ranging from the shell necklaces created for Dora Maar on the beaches of Juan-les-Pins in 1937, to the authentic goldsmithing works of the 1960s, as well as the ceramic pieces modeled in the Madoura workshop. A unique opportunity to see how, for Picasso, jewelry is the most personal way of expressing himself and, of course, so much more than mere ornamentation.

  • Dolores Lola Ruiz Picasso Málaga 1884Barcelona 1958

    Dolores Lola Ruiz Picasso Málaga 1884Barcelona 1958

    Picasso was always very close to his sister Lola Ruiz Picasso and she was one of his favorite models during his childhood and adolescence. This exhibition includes the works that Picasso dedicated to Lola, or Dolores, as well as works by her, her correspondence with Picasso, and a section of photographs of Lola at all stages of her life. Indeed, the exhibition pays tribute to one of the people who preserved Pablo Ruiz Picasso's work with the utmost care.

  • Museums

    Museums

    Art, culture, science and entertainment come together in Barcelona's museums.

  • Four days in Barcelona

    Four days in Barcelona

    You can get a lot out of four days in Barcelona if you plan your visit carefully. Here are some suggestions which include the city’s main landmarks and even invite you to discover some of the areas outside Barcelona, so that you can really make the most of your trip.

  • Ciutat Vella

    Ciutat Vella

    Let yourself be transported back to other eras in the heart of Barcelona.

  • Museums with the family

    Museums with the family

    Barcelona's museums offer endless activities that make culture child's play.

  • A zerocost cultural afternoon

    A zerocost cultural afternoon

    On Sunday in Barcelona most ticket-office staff seem to have part of the day off, so you won't have to buy tickets for most main museums. The only thing to remember is this rule only applies after 3pm or all day on the first Sunday in the month. That's right! You can enjoy the top museums without paying a penny… surely one of the best deals in town.

  • Museum Night art in the moonlight

    Museum Night art in the moonlight

    The Barcelona moon bears witness to thousands of magical nights. Although, if you asked it about La Nit dels Museus (Museum Night), it would say that it casts its own peculiar spell, and has a special magnetism that is hard to explain, making it into a night that nobody, whatever their age, should miss.

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