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Recently Madrid has become one of the most active and innovative capitals in Europe. From art exhibitions to nightlife, right now it is the place to be. It is full of young people and has become the centre for the global gay community, thanks to new laws on civil rights and same-sex marriages. Findi...

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The Art of Piranesi

24 April - 9 September. Caixaforum Madrid hosts a major exhibition dedicated to the work of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778), one of the most important artists of the 18th century. The show...
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Hans Haacke: Castles in the Air

14 February - 23 July. The Reina Sof
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Chagall

14 February - 20 May. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, in collaboration with the Caja Madrid Foundation, presents the first major retrospective in Spain devoted to Russian artist Marc Chagall. Highl...
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René Daniëls. An exhibition is always part of a greater whole

20 Oct - 26 March. The Reina Sofia presents an exhibition dedicated to the work of Dutch artist Ren
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Antoni Muntadas

22 November - 26 March. An exhibition charts the 40-year career of Spanish artist Antoni Muntadas, considered one of the country's pioneers of media art and conceptual art. In his works Muntadas u...
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Berthe Morisot: The Woman Impressionist

15 November - 12 February. For the first time Spain dedicates a major exhibition to the work of Berthe Morisot (1841-1895), the first woman to join the Impressionist movement. On loan predominantl...
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Architectural Paintings

18 October-22 January 2012. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum presents an exhibition of architectural paintings dating from the 14th to the 18th centuries. The common thread between the paintings is t...
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PICASSO: ACROBAT ON A BALL

16 Sept-18 Dec 2011. The Museo Nacional del Prado displays a Pablo Picasso masterpiece: Acrobat on a Ball. Completed in 1905, the canvas is regarded as one of the greatest works from Picasso's ros...
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Elena Asins: Fragments of Memory

15 June-12 Oct. According to the Reina Sofia Museum, currently hosting an exhibition of the work of Spanish artist Elena Asins (born in 1940), her work reflects "both the constructive tradition of the...
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Leon Golub

6 May-12 September. Leon Golub (1922-2004) worked independently as an artist throughout his career, seemingly oblivious to the emerging art movements that surrounded him. This retrospective compri...
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Bucharest: A city of Paradox

3 June-11 September. The Romanian Cultural Institute, in collaboration with the Artes del Ayuntamiento in Madrid and the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Bucharest, offers a glimpse of Bucharest...
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Not just Goya: Acquisitions for the Department of Prints and Drawings 1997-2010

5 May-31 July. The Prado Museum is currently displaying a wide selection of drawings, artists' notebooks and photographs which, due to their fragile nature, are normally stored in the department of Pr...
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Heroines

8 March - 5 June. This exhibition counters the stereotypical view of women as depicted throughout the history of Western art: often appearing as seductive, indulgent and submissive, and featuring in a...
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Haiti

16 May-30 August. In January 2010 Haiti was struck by a catastrophic earthquake, the epicentre of which was near the town of L
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Yayoi Kusama

11 May-12 September. The Reina Sofia presents an exhibition of work by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama whose artistic career spans almost six decades and incorporates movements such as feminism, minimali...
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A hard, merciless light: The Worker-Photography movement 1926-1939

6 April-22 August 2011. The Reina Sofia museum examines a photography movement from the first half of the 20th century when the medium was commandeered by various sectors in trade unionism, as well as...
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Roberto Jacoby

5 February - 3 May. Buenos Aires artist Roberto Jacoby, born in 1944, has become one of the most significant conceptual artists to emerge from Latin America in recent decades. Described as a multi-fac...
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Cold America: Geometrical Abstraction in Latin America (1934-1973)

11 February - 15 May 2011. This exhibition charts the complex and disjointed history of the geometric abstraction art movement in Latin America, and its subsequent influence on European abstraction....
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Dorit Margreiter: Description

12 January - 25 April 2011. Vienna artist Dorit Margreiter is concerned with modern architecture and for over a decade has been documenting visually the contrasting and interwoven relationships of the...
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Miroslaw Balka. ctrl

26 November - 25 April 2011. The exhibition "ctrl" at the Reina Sofia museum sees acclaimed Polish sculptor Miroslaw Balka examining symbols of power structures and ideologies. Balka inverts and co...
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