The exhibition brings us closer to the world of Diego de Velázquez through seven works by the Sevillian master and another fifty works by great artists related to himself.
The exhibition shows the artist's production in tune with that of his contemporary artists in Paris at the end of the 19th century.
Exhibition that, throughout four thematic blocks, presents the origins of the universe, life, humanity and language.
The exhibition wants to pay tribute to 40 photojournalists who are risking their lives in armed conflicts, natural disasters or autarchical regimes.
The exhibition Women of Science: 30 centuries of inequality is a reproduction authored by a deck of cards that pays homage to 52 leading women in science.
Barcelona’s documentary photography festival, organised by the Photographic Social Vision foundation, reaches its 6th edition and proposes to think about the different forms of love and the effect of affections.
The Photogenic Festival reaches its fourth edition and maintains the number of regular exhibitions, distributed between Gràcia and Ciutat Vella: 40 photographic projects of different themes in unique stores.
An exhibition that brings together two of the most important figures of Cubism and Dadaism
Hate Lovers is a collective of artists from different disciplines: graffiti, illustration, street art, tattooing and photography, among others. Formed in Barcelona and made up exclusively of women artists aimed at empowering women in creative fields through different projects.
The exhibition presents the complete work of director Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) through large screen projections that give life to key scenes of the director's films.