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.
Nicholas Nixon (Detroit, Michigan, 1947) holds a unique and outstanding place in the history of photography in recent decades.
Photographer of the streets of America, Garry Winogrand (New York, 1928-1984) has been acknowledged along with Diane Arbus and Lee Friedlander as one of the fundamental figures in the renewal of documentary photography.
The 10th edition of the annual exhibition organized by the Fostering Arts and Design (FAD) includes more than 400 works from four major disciplines.
CaixaForum offers an immersive and multisensory experience that invites us to rethink our relationship with what surrounds us.
The exhibition features new works by Portuguese artist Pedro Neves Marques with actress and activist Zahy Guajajara, in which she plays an indigenous android named YWY.
The Palau Robert is hosting an exhibition that reviews four decades of photographs of live music in Catalonia by photographer Xavier Mercadé.
The Photographic Archive of Barcelona shows a selection of images from the photo report of the Chinatown that, commissioned by the GATPAC (Group of Catalan Architects and Technicians for the Progress of Contemporary Architecture), the photographer Margaret Michaelis made on the occasion of the exhibition on the reformist project “La Nova Barcelona” held in the basement of Plaça de Catalunya in 1934.
The Palau Robert hosts a large exhibition dedicated to the Tricicle company and its forty years of activity.
Science, art and literature come together in a major exhibition project curated by Juan Insua.