The Fabra & Coats Arts Centre kicks off the season with two exhibitions with a political slant.
Mourinho vs Guardiola? A child’s game, compared to the dialectic between Miró and Dalí, because of some ties.
The other day, while filling the silence of a long car trip, a friend asked me: “What has more value, a Miró or a Dalí?”
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The Delrevés ‘vertical dance’ company provides the award-winning performance in the Summer Nights of the CaixaForum Barcelona with “Finale”.
The “Summer Nights” at CaixaForum have changed and are now taking place exclusively on line, offering a range of performing arts which reclaim the transformative capacity of art.
The exhibition “Objects of Desire. Surrealism and Design, 1924-2020”, at CaixaForum Barcelona, tells us how the design of objects has borrowed influences, ideas, delusions and obsessions from surrealism.
The ”la Caixa” Foundation has launched for the first time a digital participatory activity to the sound of the ‘Viva la Vida’ theme, by Coldplay, and has reached a record number of participants, with more than 640 people.
A car runs at high speed through the Alps. The travelers want to get home as soon as possible to enjoy one of the masterpieces Salvador Dalí’s youth phase. However, the painting will not reach its final destination in its best conditions.
As part of the events for the centenary year of his death, the Museum of Art of Girona presents Modest Urgell (Barcelona, 1839-1919), with all his complexity and contradictions.
CaixaForum restores the figure of the animation pioneer Lotte Reiniger with a session of animated stories and live music by pianist Josep Maria Baldomà.
The exhibition “Camera and City. Urban Life in Photography and Film” at the CaixaForum Barcelona brings together 244 pieces by 80 photographers and filmmakers, made between 1910 and 2010. Together they form a kind of visual essay or reflection through still and moving images.
Pasear por la última exposición de Eudald de Juana en el Museu de l’Empordà (Figueres) es como transitar un sueño; da la sensación de que sus esculturas nos observan y que, de repente, sean capaces de desvanecerse.
The Museum of La Garrotxa, in Olot, has organized an exposition in which the neighbors choose the pieces to exhibit.
The Museum of Lleida has undertaken a makeover of its Renaissance and Baroque halls. This has offered the chance to do justice to and get a better understanding of the Catalan Baroque which has so far been the subject of little public knowledge.
The Open Factory will bring together all the activities that Fabra & Coats – Art Factory and Contemporary Art Centre in Barcelona has organised for the Sant Andreu neighbourhood festival, which will enjoy their high point at the Open Door event on 30 November.
Reus Museum is showing a selection of the best drawings in its collections, with works by Fortuny, Gaudí and Casas among them, but at the same time the exhibition invites us to reflect on drawing as a phenomenon in itself.
The Barcelona Design Museum shows a large retrospective centred on the designer, theorist and activist Victor Papanek (1923-1998).
In two to three years’ time the Jaume Morera Art Museum in Lleida will open in its final location: the old palace of justice. Its director, Jesús Navarro, tell us what the new museum will be like.
The Museu d’Art de Sabadell devotes a revealing exhibition to the figure of Llorenç Balsach Grau (1922-1993), industrialist, painter, patron and collector.
A exhibition at the Apel·les Fenosa Foundation in El Vendrell recuperates the memory of the Mirador gallery in Paris – a space for Catalan culture in exile in post-war Paris.
The exhibition Freefall at the CaixaForum Barcelona explores the situation of uncertainty, concern and sometimes even panic which many people are suffering during these times of structural crisis.