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.
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.
2/1/17 The return of Werther
The Gran Teatre del Liceu will premiere on January 15 the lyrical drama Werther, the story of an impossible love, under the direction of Willy Decker and the musical direction of Alain Altinoglu. A great theatrical adaptation based on the classic novel of Goethe that will be in theater until 4 of February.
19/12/16 Sapiens, understand to create
Until May 31th, 2017 at CosmoCaixa you can find the exhibition “Sapiens, understand to create” that was presented last November 15th by Elisa Durán, deputy general director of the Banking Foundation “La Caixa” with the renowned chef and president of elBulliFoundation, Ferran Adrià.
14/12/16 A Thyssen never seen
CaixaForum in collaboration with the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, has prepared a very complete exhibition of the best pieces of the Thyssen Museum Madrid where some art pieces that have never left Madrid will be exhibited for the first time. This exhibition will be available until February 5 at the CaixaForum Social and Cultural Center in Barcelona.
30/11/16 Cubism and war at Picasso Museum
At a glance, the only thing the World War I and Cubism have in common is their contemporaneity, since they coexisted at the same time, which is clearly reflected in the works produced by many artists such as Picasso. This temporary coincidence and the works resulting from it can be seen in the exhibition “Cubism and War. The glass in the flame “that will take place until January 29 at the Picasso Museum.