The Museum of Design houses the collections of decorative, textiles and graphic arts, product design and fashion of Barcelona. The museum shares headquarters with the FAD (Foment de les Arts i del Disseny) and BCD (Barcelona Design Centre) and together they form the Design Hub Barcelona, promoter of events, exhibitions and conferences around knowledge economy, creativity and innovation.
The exhibition David Bowie is will take place at Museu del Disseny de Barcelona (Barcelona Design Museum) from 25 May 2017. The show, produced by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, has already been seen by more than a million visitors in such cities as the British capital, Berlin, Paris and Chicago. Currently open at the Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna (MAMbo), the retrospective will travel to Tokyo before coming to Barcelona, its last European venue.As the depository of a…Find out more »
Photo exhibition Tribute to the figure of David Bowie through a compilation of images of recognized Catalan photographers. This exhibition documents the artist's journey through Catalonia: on July 7, 1987, with the Glass Spider tour in the Miniestadi of FC Barcelona; On September 16, 1990 at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, as part of the Sound & Vision tour, and finally on July 12, 1996, in Escalarre, the first Doctor Music Festival. With the works of: Ferran Sendra, Xavier Mercadé,…Find out more »
In the museum we celebrate the celebrations of the Mercè with two days of open doors. You can not miss!Find out more »
The Design Museum hosts the final Gala of the first edition of the Movistar Barcelona Fashion Film Festival, the only festival of fashion films in the city, and the first that pays particular attention to the emerging talents of fashion, audiovisual and advertising. The fashion film is an alternative way to understand advertising, taking the spot beyond the advertisement and transforming it into a story that aims to reach the public and create emotional ties. Techniques and cinematographic means are…Find out more »
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 byLoos (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…Find out more »