1/2/17 Je vous offre las oiseaux / I offer you the birds
On January 27th, the exhibition “Je vous de l’oiseaux / I offer you the birds” was inaugurated at the Museu d’Història in Barcelona-Plaça del Rei, a visual experience that transports visitors to the Nazi concentration and extermination camp known as Auschwitz, where the surviving prisoners assure to never have heard the singing of the birds. The exhibition will be available until March 28.
30/1/17 Priscilla, queen of the desert. The musical
In 1994 we met Priscilla, the queen of the desert, for the first time through the big screen, a story of 3 drag artists traveling across the desert of Australia aboard a bus named Priscilla. A journey in search of love and friendship that went from the big screen to the theaters of London, Broadway and now in the Teatre Tivoli of Barcelona until the 4 of February.
28/1/17 Roca Moo returns with energy
Roca Moo, the gastronomic restaurant of the Hotel Omm overseen by El Celler de Can Roca and managed by chef Juan Pretel, have come after the winter holidays with original dishes designed for foodies that love quality catalan cooking.
25/1/17 Picasso Romanic
Pablo Picasso was a unique and changing artist, the dedication that he put to each one of his work pieces is something palpable in each one of his canvases. In his work you can see how he was discovering several styles in which to work and feel reinvented. In the “Picasso Romànic” exhibition available from the 19th to the 26st of January at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya you can see the transformation of the artist’s style after visiting the same museum in 1934.
23/1/17 080 Barcelona Fashion
At Hotel Omm we are always aware of the events in the city, so we could not forget the most important fashionable event of the city: the 19th winter edition of the 080 Barcelona Fashion starting on January 30 until February 3.
18/1/17 Art and cinema. 120 years of exchanges
Art and film have always been closely related, in fact it is said that cinema owes much to art and art owes much to the cinema. These two disciplines have been for years indebted to each other for the interminable exchange of influences they have shared and that we can now see in the exhibition “Art and cinema. 120 years of exchanges” that will be until March 26 at CaixaForum Barcelona.