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.
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.
In Solsona the paintings of Sant Quirze de Pedret are the star pieces of the museum situated inside the impressive Neoclassical building of the Episcopal Palace, next to the cathedral.
The Modern Art Museum of Tarragona (MAMT) has the best collection of sculptures by Julio Antonio. The centenary of his death is a great opportunity to discover the work of this artist who is difficult to classify.
The Art Museum of Cerdanyola (MAC) is celebrating its tenth anniversary and the declaration of the “Dames de Cerdanyola” stained glass panels as Items of national Cultural Interest. This is a great occasion to discover its treasures.
The Marès Museum in Barcelona has organised a literary walk through the “sentimental museum” – a route through its collections via the Catalan literature of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Manresa County Museum will be completely renovated in 2022 to make it a reference for works of Catalan Baroque art. Meanwhile there are two small exhibitions that are worth a visit.