The photographer David García Fernández shows these days at the Fuga Foto art center and school the images of El paseo, where he portrays spaces in which it seems that nothing happens, but that have a great historical burden.
This exhibition of pictures by photojournalist Gervasio Sánchez features the faces and voices of dozens of “life activists” who are fighting side by side in their regions against the powerful interests of others. Their drive to protect these countries’ rivers, woods and mountains, the original sources of life itself, is focused not only on their communities, but on all of humanity.
This exhibition is the result of the selection of the multiple initiatives that from the world of design have given a rapid response to the urgent needs of the health and social crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The exhibition presents the month-long journey covering a large part of Spanish territory, carried out by Miquel Utrillo, an engineer, painter and art critic and the head of the project; Xavier Nogués, a draughtsman and painter, and Francesc Folguera and Ramon Reventós, both architects, to collect visual documents for the architectural project to build Montjuïc's Poble Espanyol.
This exhibition is an exceptional opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of vampires and learn about the relationships between the different facets of the vampire.
KBr is the new Photography Centre with which MAPFRE Foundation launches a new stage in its intense dedication to artistic photography. Two great exhibitions inaugurate the space.
This exhibition brings together a careful selection of works that are part of the collections of the Museo Nacional del Prado.
El Born CCM wants to vindicate the figure, work and legacy of the humourist , which the family has deposited in the Historical Archive of the City of Barcelona.
The Espai Subirachs hosts the permanent exhibition of the works that reflect the different stages of the career of Josep M. Subirachs, author of the sculptures of the Passion facade of the temple of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, although his work went much further.