Agenda

Scroll this
Loading Events
Find Events

Event Views Navigation

December

Calendar Month Navigation

Showing All
Exhibitions
Films
Workshops
Tours
Events
27

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

GUZZO Live Painting: Murone

Murone

November 27 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Guzzo and Street Art Barcelona are proud to present Murone for the first time in live painting in Barcelona.

28

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

29

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

30

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

1

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

2

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

3

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

4

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

5

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

6

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

7

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

8

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

9

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

10

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

11

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

12

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

13

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

14

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

15

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

16

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

17

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

18

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

19

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

The Concept of Dust – Conference-performance by Yvonne Rainer

Yvonne Rainer

December 19 - December 20

The Concept of Dust: Continuous Project – Altered Annually is an ongoing work-in-progress that interweaves formal dance with diverse texts dealing with ageing, mortality, personal histories and material quoted from a variety of sources, e.g., ancient Middle Eastern dynasties (Metropolitan Museum), paleontological findings (New York Times) and literature.

20

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

The Concept of Dust – Conference-performance by Yvonne Rainer

Yvonne Rainer

December 19 - December 20

The Concept of Dust: Continuous Project – Altered Annually is an ongoing work-in-progress that interweaves formal dance with diverse texts dealing with ageing, mortality, personal histories and material quoted from a variety of sources, e.g., ancient Middle Eastern dynasties (Metropolitan Museum), paleontological findings (New York Times) and literature.

21

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

22

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

23

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

24

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

25

Andy Warhol. Mechanical art.

Andy Warhol

September 14 - December 31

€4

The show underscores the way in which Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928 – New York, 1987) captures the commodity cult of nineteenth-century industrial inventions.

COMISART. “H(a)unting images: anathomy of a shot”

Dara Birnbaum, Bleda and Rosa, Harun Farocki, Kristin Oppenheim, Gabriel Orozco, Javier Peñafiel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Simeón Saiz Ruiz and Jeff Wall, etc.

5th October 2017 - 5th January 2018

Throughout the development of the photographic medium, the relationship between the camera and a firearm has expanded beyond the purely technological dimension of the device, and has turned the dark and fascinating power of the deadly stare of photography into a top in art to this day.

Lita Cabellut – Retrospective

Lita Cabellut

5th October 2017 - 27th May 2018

Lita Cabellut (Sariñena, Spain, 1961) is an artist whose work goes beyond the limits of conventional painting. A free, determined creator with a strong, passionate character, Cabellut advocates painting that is not restricted by the norms governing the art market.

Joan Ponç. Diábolo

Joan Ponç

6th October 2017 - 4th February 2018

oan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain. He set in motion the artistic renewal of the avant-garde after the Civil War, bursting onto the art scene in the 1940s and bewildering critics and poets, who immediately branded him as grotesque, tortured, diabolical, premonitory, beyond belief, magical, carnivalesque and hellish. Ponç was one of a kind.

Hell according to Rodin

Auguste Rodin

11th October 2017 - 21st January 2018

Hell According to Rodin invites the spectator to explore the creation of a late 19th century art masterpiece: The Gates of Hell by Auguste Rodin. Considered as the central piece of the French sculptor’s career, Rodin worked on it for over twenty years.

Brossa Poetry

Joan Brossa, Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra, Ian Hamilton-Finlay, poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry and Fluxus

21st October 2017 - 2nd February 2018

MACBA presents a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions.

Total Records. Vinyl and photography

Robert Frank, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jeff Wall, etc.

22nd November 2017 - 27th February 2018

What would an album be without its cover? Nothing more than an interchangeable and unnamed black vinyl record. It is no wonder that internationally renowned photographers and artists are behind many of the iconic covers of pop music history, images that remain deeply inscribed in our collective memory.

Joan Miró and Nativity Scene Figures

Josep Mañà

23rd November 2017 - 7th January 2018

Every year, the Fundació Joan Miró hosts a site-specific installation created by an artist who provides a personal interpretation of some of the themes of the Christmas season.

Adolf Loos – Private Spaces

Adolf Loos

14th December 2017 - 25th February 2018

The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led by Loos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the traditional values of the classical style.

26