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Documents of Action. Works from the Denney and Cordier Collections (1947-1965)

28 Jan-22 May. Exhibition of some 60 European and Japanese postwar works from two separate collections: the Antony Denney Collection and the Daniel Cordier Collection. The exhibition unites the Am...
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Xavier Gosé (1876-1915)

11 Dec-20 March. Retrospective focusing on the work of Spanish painter and illustrator Xavier Gosé who worked in the Art Nouveau and Art Déco styles and is described by exhibition organisers as one of...
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HUMAN+: The future of our species

7 Oct-10 April. The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) looks ahead to an era of (possible) cyborgs, superhumans and clones. The futuristic exhibition examines what lies in store f...
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Sorolla: Arte de la luz

14 July-18 Jan. With the subtitle translating as The art of light, this exhibition examines the work of Spanish artist Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923), focusing in particular on his obsession with capturi...
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El Triunfo del Color

10 Oct-10 Jan. Exhibition charting the changing use of colour from Impressionism to Post-Impressionism, through various paintings movements and techniques in between, such as Pointillism. On display a...
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Barcelona: Lourdes Grobet: Mexican Lucha Libre Wrestling: Family Portraits

23 Sept-1 Nov. The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) presents an exhibition by Lourdes Grobet, a Mexican artist who has spent the last 30 years documenting one of the most popular sp...
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Alvar Aalto: Organic architecture, art and design

Major retrospective dedicated to the life and work of important Finnish architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976). Aalto was one of the greatest 20th-century advocates of organic architecture, a philosophy...
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Piso Piloto: Barcelona - Medellín

Exhibition reflecting on the issue of housing and social space in two cities of comparable size: Barcelona and Medellín, the second-largest city in Colombia. Both cities have a history of co...
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Italia: I sei sensi

This exhibition dedicated to the Italian avant-garde movement takes its name from a series created in the 1970s by artist Alighiero Boetti, who sought to add "thought" to the five established senses o...
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Sebald Variations

An exhibition at the CCCB assesses the work of the late German writer and academic W.G. Sebald, examining the intermediary role he plays between literature and the visual arts. Sebald had been tipp...
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Pixar: 25 years of animation

The CaixaForum celebrates the 25th anniversary of American computer animation film studio base Pixar, with an exhibition featuring a host of much-loved animated characters. The show, which comes to...
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Phonos: 40 years of electronics in Barcelona

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the electronic music laboratory Phonos presents an exhibition in collaboration with the Museu de la Música de Barcelona. The show provides an overview of t...
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Sebastião Salgado: Génesis

Brazilian photojournalist Sebastião Salgado provides a black and white photographic journey across five continents documenting some of the world’s most unspoilt sites. The images on di...
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Casagemas: The artist under the myth

The Museo Nacional dArt de Catalunya pays tribute to the Barcelona-born painter and writer Charles Casagemas whose short career is often overshadowed by his friendship with Pablo Picasso. Together...
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The Passion According to Carol Rama

MACBA devotes an exhibition to uncoventional Italian artist Carol Rama whose work is stylised by eroticism and sexual aggression, with particular reference to female sexuality. Born in Turin in 191...
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El Ocaso del Imperio

Polish writer and photo journalist Ryszard Kapuściński travelled around the former Soviet Union from 1989 to 1991, documenting its people and landscapes. Kapuściński died in 200...
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Lluïsa Vidal: la pintora modernista

The Museu del Modernisme Català dedicates an exhibition to the work of Lluïsa Vidal (1876-1918), one of the few women artists in the male-dominated Catalan modernism. Vidal studied art in...
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Sorolla: El color del mar

With the subtitle translating as The Colour of the Sea, this exhibition examines the work of Spanish artist Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923), focusing in particular on his favourite theme, the sea....
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Josep Tapiró. Painter of Tangier

The Museu Nacional highlights Josep Tapiró as one of the leading international representatives of Orientalism. Tapiró was the first painter from Spain to settle in Tangier in nothern...
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Post Picasso: Contemporary Reactions

The responses of contemporary artists to the work of Picasso are examined in this exhibition. 40 years after his death, it evaluates Picasso's role in contemporary art and assesses his ongoing sign...


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