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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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I work the street. Joan Colom, photographs 1957-2010

The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) presents the first major exhibition devoted to Joan Colom, one of the most important Spanish photographers of the second half of the 20th century....
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Le Corbusier

CaixaForum examines the multi-faceted career of Le Corbusier (1887-1965), the Swiss-born architect, designer, painter, urban planner, writer and giant of 20th-century modernist architecture. On di...
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Danny Lyon: Conversations with the Dead

Barcelona's Colectania Photo Foundation dedicates an exhibition to influential New York documentary photographer Danny Lyon, a leading exponent of the New Journalism movement of the 1960s and 197...
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A Visit to the Romanesque. In the company of Antoni Tàpies

An installation in the Romanesque rooms of the Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya reveals how the art of that period influenced the work of Antoni Tàpies (1923-2012). Works from Tàpie...
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Barcelona International Comedy Festival

The sixth edition of the Barcelona International Comedy Festival is ever more multilingual and international in its outreach. In addition to Castilian and Catalan, comedy fans will be entertained...
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Barcelona Prêt-à-Porter, 1958-2008. Fifty Years of the Fashion Industry

The Palau Robert displays more than 300 garments that provide a look back over half a century of Catalan fashion, showcasing the region's foremost designers, brands, clothing manufacturers and boutiqu...
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EdTech Barcelona boosts discussion on educational games

EdTech Barcelona, an open social group created for Technology and Education enthusiasts, is expanding its activity among teachers, entrepreneurs and developers of Barcelona. The third social forum,...
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Tàpies: From Within

The Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya presents an exhibition highlighting the artistic legacy of Antoni Tàpies (1923-2012), the painter, sculptor and art theorist who was the best known post-wa...
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50 Years of the Picasso Museum in Barcelona

On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the Museu Picasso presents three separate but interconnected exhibitions that pay tribute to Pablo Picasso by examining the very museum that houses his work....
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Post-war Barcelona 1939-1945: A photographic report

The exhibition at the Photographic Archive of Barcelona displays 116 images of life in Barcelona following the country's devastating three-year civil war. Most of the photographs were taken by P&e...
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North Africa. Ortiz Echagüe

The work of Spanish photographer José Ortiz Echagüe (1886-1980) is the subject of an exhibition at the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Considered one of Spain's most popular photogr...
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Written on the Wind

MACBA presents a major exhibition of almost 350 drawings produced by important New York conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner over a 50-year period. Comprising a large and varied collection of drawings...
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Eulàlia Grau: I Have Never Painted Golden Angels

The MACBA presents an exhibition by Eulàlia Grau, a Catalan artist known for her avant-garde montages, collages and manipulated photographs. Most of her art is created in response to what s...
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Ahlam Shibli: Phantom Home

25 Jan-28 April. The Phantom Home exhibition at MACBA is a retrospective of the work of the Palestinian Bedouin photographer Ahlam Shibli, (born 1970). Based in the city of Haifa in northern Israe...
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Works of art under Examination

23 Nov-24 Feb. This exhibition goes behind the scenes of the scientific and technical study of art at the Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, including the exploration of the differences between forged...
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27 Oct-20 Jan 2013. MACBA presents the work of Iranian artists Nasrin Tabatabai and Babak Afrassiabi who, in 2011, began collaborating on a series of works inspired by two very different but interconn...
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Critical Episodes (1957-2011)

8 Nov - 17 Feb 2013. MACBA stages an exhibition that reflects upon the periodic "systemic crises" that have affected and shaped the world of contemporary art since the late 1950s. Drawing from its...


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