Twenty years after the celebration of the Gaudí Year, the National Museum faces a critical review of the architect’s work, with a large-format exhibition that brings together more than 650 architectural, design and furniture objects, works of art, documentation, plans and photographs, moves away from the clichés and proposes a complete review of his career. Important novelties and pieces forgotten for many years are presented for the first time, such as the spectacular hall furniture on the main floor of Casa Milà, dismantled in the 1960s, the pieces of which were dispersed; the Bust of the Fountain of Hercules in the garden of the Pedralbes Palace; the plasters that were used to model the sculptures of the Sagrada Familia, the photographs of Park Güell that were part of the Paris exhibition of 1910 and which have not been exhibited again, or one of the tapestries made by Jujol for the Floral Games of 1907, among many others. The exhibition is narrated by the actor Josep M. Pou. Admission: € 14 (€ 13 if purchased online).


When: from 19/11/2021 to 06/03/2022


Where: Palau Nacional. Barcelona