Random exhibition that fosters a different relationship between the agents that make it up, the 48h Open House Barcelona association, the public and the city's architecture.
Photographic exhibition by Tanit Plana, focusing on adolescence.
Photographic exhibition of the artist Alessia Laudoni, who has portrayed a group of Italian women in Barcelona in their familiar and everyday places.
Proposal by the contemporary Cuban artist Yalili Mora, who seeks that the visitor does a mental exercise to try to complete the person of each of the exposed portraits, which do not show the face but suggest aspects of his/her personality.
The exhibition shows how this sport has contributed throughout the 20th century to the social construction of the Catalan capital.
Exhibition to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Chris Marker (Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, 1921-2012), who published novels and poetry, made films, was an editor, philosopher, visual artist, musician, explorer, videographer, infographer, etc.
Retrospective dedicated to the French blacksmith, builder, designer and engineer Jean Prouvé, author of some of the most emblematic buildings and pieces of 20th century industrial design.
The exhibition features more than 40 pieces by the Italian artist who lives in Barcelona.
The exhibition, with more than 700 pieces, proposes an exhaustive look, unprecedented until now, at the protagonists and the social and cultural movements of a transcendental era: the decade of the seventies of the 20th century.
Selection of the hats that the designer created in the headgear departments of the Haute Couture House in Paris and Madrid, from the late 1930s until the closure of the Balenciaga houses in 1968.