Max Beckmann. Leipzig, 1884 – Nueva York, 1950 at CaixaForum. With an independent and solitary spirit, Max Beckmann managed to develop a completely personal language, far removed from any of the tendencies of his contemporaries. Until May 26th 2019.
Stanley Kubrick at CCCB. The exhibition explores the creative career of the film director Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999), including his years of apprenticeship as a photographer in Look magazine, his twelve feature films and his unborn projects. Until 31st March 2019.
LIBERXINA, Pop y nuevas prácticas artísticas en Cataluña at MNAC. The exhibition portrays a moment of artistic tension and enthusiasm in the 1960’s that opened the doors to a new sensibility. Until March 31st 2019.
Berenice Abbott. Retratos de la modernidad at Sala Fundación MAPFRE Casa Garriga Nogués. Avant-garde and daring, the American photographer Berenice Abbott acted as a bridge between the cultural circles of Paris and New York in the 1920s and 1930s. Until May 19th 2019.
TinTín y la Luna Museo de Ciencia, CosmoCaixa Barcelona. In 1969, a human being, the astronaut Neil Armstrong, stepped on the moon for the first time. However … Tintin had already stepped on her much earlier, in 1950! Science and comics come together to describe that historic journey.
ARCHITECTURE AND CRITICISM Ignasi de Solà-Morales at La Virreina Centre de la Imatge. The career of Ignasi de Solà-Morales (Barcelona, 1942 – Amsterdam, 2001) exemplifies some of the most significant attributes of a certain architectural tradition closely connected with Barcelona and notable for encompassing thinking about culture, heritage and the city within a single body of theory. Until May 12 2019.
Sabartés by Picasso by Sabartés at Museu Picasso. An exhibition that aims to pay tribute to Jaume Sabartés, and not just as the life-long friend and confident of the 20th-century’s most decisive painter, but also due to his own personal career as a biographer, writer, translator, teacher and intellectual, politically committed to the issues of his time. Until March 31st 2019.
Lina Bo Bardi Drawing at Fundació Joan Miró. This exhibition is about the profound sense of connection that architect Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992) had with drawing. Until May 26 2019.
The Advertising Boom. Tin, cardboard and tile posters. 1890-1950 at Museu del Disseny. The exhibition is a tour, from the end of the 19th century to the middle of the 20th, through graphic commercial advertising dedicated especially to the promotion of everyday products: food, wines and cavas, pharmaceuticals, care products, tobacco, machines etc. Until March 31 2019.
Berenice Abbott. Portraits of Modernity at Casa Garriga Nogués – Fundación MAPFRE. Ground-breaking and bold, the North American photographer Berenice Abbott served as a bridge between the cultural circles of Paris and New York in the 1920s and 1930s. Abbott’s portraits of Parisian artists and intellectuals and her vision of the transformations of New York City are outstanding depictions of the modernity of the 20th century. Until May 19 2019.
La mirada de Josep Pla sobre la Primera Guerra Mundial At Palau Robert. The exhibition recalls the enormous impact of World War I on the historical, social and cultural evolution of the twentieth century through the viewpoint of the writer Josep Pla. Until March 31st 2019.