The adventure of “Mirador de les Arts” began in October 2018. Now we have to say goodbye.
Informal conversation with Plàcid Garcia-Planas, curator of the exhibition “The Endless War. Antoni Campañà (1906-1989)”.
Today, Tuesday 20th April 2021, it has been ten years since a missile destroyed the femoral artery of Tim Hetherington.
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Over the next few months we will celebrate cinema’s 125th anniversary by publishing a series of texts by Juan Bufill on some of the best films in the history.
Fabra & Coats Contemporary Arts Centre offers two exhibition that question the very essence of the exhibition.
Woody Allen’s autobiography grabs his readers from page one, thanks to his poignant sense of humor and wild confessional frankness.
There was a time when great artists were used as television selling points.
The “Fear and Pleasure. Vampire Movies” programme, at CaixaForum Barcelona, shows how this Gothic, aristocratic figure has conquered our screens.
The ”La Caixa” Foundation takes us through the life and work of the genius composer in nine videos.
The ”la Caixa” Foundation offers an online dramatized concert through the biography of the Ludwig van Beethoven on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of his birth.
In just the second year since it was established Mirador de les Arts has received the GAC Award for Best Media.
Once again this year I ask the same photographer friend a favour: to accompany me to the World Press Photo (WPPh) exhibition. But this time I notice him tad less apathetic.
An exhibition about the evolution of the concept of laziness closes the CaixaForum season dedicated to young curators.
The exhibition “Emergency! Design against COVID-19” shows the collective effort of the design world in fighting the current viral pandemic.
The contemporary art of the Suñol Foundation meets the permanent collections of the National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) in a risky experiment entitled “Intrusive Dialogues”.
Six years after it first opened its doors, the Design Museum of Barcelona has incorporated Modernisme in it journey of exhibitions.
The exhibition “Vampires. The evolving myth” (CaixaForum Barcelona) pays homage to the nineteenth century version of the myth to seduce you, make your blood boil and leave you coming out with a crick in your neck.
CaixaForum Barcelona offers an exhibition on Greco-Roman art and mythology with works from the Prado Museum.
The Fabra & Coats Arts Centre kicks off the season with two exhibitions with a political slant.