CaixaForum is the reference art center, which regularly brings great exhibitions to Barcelona. Whether they’re classical art, photography, contemporary art or architecture, exhibitions at the CaixaForum usually are the most popular and most visited in the city. Its outstanding collection contains works by the most prominent international artists. The center also offers a rich program of lectures, concerts, workshops and screenings that complete their cultural activity.
This CaixaForum space brings the visitor closer to the reality of African, Asian and Latin American countries through a series of short films starring people living in adverse circumstances and who, despite this, struggle to move forward. New schedules every month. Look out for windows to the world! See the schedule of each center (section: Schedules and locations) +infoFind out more »
The popularization of digital photography and its diffusion through new technologies has added a new element to a still open debate: that of the status of the image as a document of reality. The new documentary image "rehearses new records, motives and formats to deepen social aspects that are obscured by the huge amount of images that are produced and consumed daily. Along with the photographic series, other tools such as videos, cartographies, diagrams or web pages integrate some of…Find out more »
This exhibition brings together two works produced 32 years apart from Tony Oursler, one of the pioneers of video art. Both works have in common the experimentation of illusionistic effects with the image and the exploration of supernatural beliefs. Tony Oursler is an artist who has always been interested in the subcultures and the marginal voices of American society that murmur under the dominating noise of the media. He is also a tireless researcher of the technologies of the image…Find out more »
This exhibition, organized with the collaboration of Fondazione Giorgio and Isa de Chirico, reveals the creative phases of Giorgio de Chirico with the evolution of its manifestations, from the personal transformation of classical art into its piazzas, the mythological world or the figure of the Gladiator in the recitation of death, to portraits and interior landscapes, along with the role of nature. It is structured around six thematic sections based on the main phases of the work of the great…Find out more »