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Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00 - 19.00 (October - June) Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00 - 20.00 (July - September)
The Joan Miró Foundation opened to the public on 10 June 1975. It had its origins in Miró's first large exhibition in Barcelona, in 1968, at the Antic Hospital de la Santa Creu. Several figures from the world of the arts saw the opportunity to have a space in Barcelona dedicated to the artist's work. However, in accordance with his wishes, the new institution was also to promote and publicise the work of contemporary artists in all its aspects.At a time when artistic and cultural life was certainly minimal, the Foundation brought a refreshing vitality, together with a new, more dynamic concept of an art museum in which Miró's art was shown alongside a wide variety of creative works by other artists - a fact that is reflected in the Foundation's full name of Centre for the Study of Contemporary Art.
Tuesday to Saturday:10 am to 7 pm Sunday and public holidays:10 am to 2.30 pm
The MNAC embraces all the arts (sculpture, painting, objets d'art, drawing, engraving, posters, photography and coinage) and has the task of explaining the general history of Catalan art from the Romanesque period to the mid-twentieth century. In the case of the Romanesque and Gothic collections, this discourse is characterized by the Catalan provenance of most of the pieces, although, particularly in the Gothic, comparisons are made with art from other provenances. With regard to the Renaissance and Baroque collections, the works included lead to a more international discourse, with the work of great painters, such as El Greco, Zurbarán, Velázquez, Cranach, Rubens... The MNAC art collections from the end of the nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth century are once again mostly made up of the work of Catalan artists, forming a discourse which explains Modernisme, Noucentisme and the Avant-garde, always taking into account all the arts.
Thursdays and Fridays from 6 to 9 p.m. / Saturday from 11 am to 2 p.m. and from5 to 8 pm or by appointment during exhibition.
Eat Meat is a cultural non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, development and propagation of local and international art projects at its venue in the Gracia district of Barcelona. As a platform for promoting creative ventures, our purpose is to tune into artistic frequencies that reflect and interpret contemporary thought and reality. Formal and vital mutations, hybrids, new visual techniques, sickness of the soul, other rituals, the monstrous, transgenders and othernesses are some of the obsessions we deal with. Although our exhibitions are bi-monthly, their open nature allows us to carry out other kinds of activities as well.
L-V 11:00 - 14:00 y 15:00 - 19:00. Sábados cita previa.
Marlborough se funda en Londres en 1946 por Frank Lloyd y Harry Fisher. David Somerset, actual duque de Beaufort, y tercer miembro de la firma, se asoció a Marlborough en 1948. En la década de los cincuenta, la Galería Marlborough adquirió considerable prestigio gracias a sus relevantes exposiciones. Fue pionera en presentar a los Expresionistas alemanes en Londres y ya en 1958 representaba a los artistas Oskar Kokoschka, Henry Moore, Francis Bacon, Victor Pasmore y Lucian Freud.
Tuesday to Saturday: from 11 am to 8 pm
Established in 1976