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  • Picasso Discovers Paris

    Picasso Discovers Paris

    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.

  • Picasso in family

    On the last Saturday of the month, Picasso Museum welcomes families with children between 5 and 11 years old and offers the an activity to enjoy together.

    A nose, two eyes, a mouth... - 23rd February and 28th September.
    There are many ways of portraying the people we know.After looking at the portraits that Picasso painted, we propose doing our own in a very funny way.

    Picasso travels to Paris, and we will too! - 30th March.
    Picasso travelled to Paris and this changed his vision of art. Come and be the protagonists of this Paris with us.

    A plate isn't a plate - 27th April.
    Picasso takes a normal plate and turns it into a work of art...do you want to do it yourself, too?

    Picasso's colours - 25th May and 26th Octubre.
    For artists, colour is one of the most important elements of their works. We will see which were Picasso's colours, and afterwards each of you will decide on yours...and will do it!

    Photographic safari* - 29th June; 27th July (in English) and 31st August(in english).
    Hunting the moment, fishing the smile, trapping the light...we will have fun taking photography beyond the selfie.

    We've got too many words* - 30th November and 28th December.
    A poem done with colours and a verse done with shapes. Picasso and his poet friends experimented on how to create new shapes of poetry, and we propose a few.

  • In the Name of the Father

    In the Name of the Father

    Picasso is one of the most important figures in the history of painting, not only due to his work but also for the major influence he has exerted and continues to exert in the field of art. The exhibition In the Name of the Father, put on by the Picasso Museum, reflects upon and analyzes this influence by displaying paintings by a number of artists that reveal an intimate connection with Picasso. Thus, the vital artistic legacy of Pablo Picasso can be appreciated in the work of Cristina Lucas, Daniel García-Andújar, Eulalia Valldosera, Miquel Barceló, Pilar Albarracín, Rogelio López Cuenca and Elo Vega, Santiago Sierra, Tania Berta Judith and the family of the flamenco singer Enrique Morente.

  • Picasso, the photographer's gaze.

    Picasso, the photographer's gaze.

    Picasso allowed himself to be photographed throughout his life and these pictures offer a multifaceted and complex glimpse into the artist's different sides. The exhibition “Picasso, the photographer's gaze” provides us with a look at snapshots of the painter in multiple roles: experimenting, pretending to be a reporter, the use of his image as an icon, painting self-portraits or simply painting. This exhibition also includes sculptures, paintings and drawings in conversation with the photographs.

  • La Ribera

    La Ribera

    La Ribera neighbourhood is a must for anyone taking a walk through Barcelona. Whether you get there from the Via Laietana or the Arc de Triomf, as you explore the maze of narrow streets in this neighbourhood where merchants, artisans and guilds once, you’ll discover the city of design, leisure and fashion.

  • Barri Gòtic

    Barri Gòtic

    A stroll through Barcelona's Gothic Quarter brings to light the early Roman city of Barcino and the medieval town with its palazzos, mansions and Gothic churches. This is the style that defines "the heart of Barcelona": a neighbourhood where the splendour of the historic past coexists with the vibrancy of the present.

  • Contemporary Route

    Contemporary Route

    Barcelona is known throughout the world for its architecture. This is why the city didn't want to fall behind in the race to have some of the world's finest contemporary buildings. The names of today's great architects and artists are present in almost every city neighbourhood.

  • Picasso Route

    Picasso Route

    When the Malaga-born painter arrived in Barcelona he was only 14. The city offered him the art school, La Llotja, as well as the stunning light of the Mediterranean. Picasso donated a large number of his works to Barcelona which can be seen today at the city’s Museu Picasso.

  • Museums

    Museums

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

  • Carrer Montcada

    Carrer Montcada

    Barcelona's Carrer Montcada is lined with a succession of medieval, Renaissance and baroque palazzos, their majestic doorways opening to reveal their beautiful courtyards of venerable stone. They bear witness to the rich and glorious past of medieval Barcelona's main street which was home to the city's nobles.

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