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Schedule for the weekend of 17 November: exhibitions

For this weekend we recommend a variety of cultural plans related to science, photography, art and theatre...

-‘El Cosidor’, is a new play which is being performed by the actors and actresses at La Kompanyia Lliure. You can watch it this weekend at Teatre Lliure de Gracia, in Barcelona.

-Until 8 April the Niemeyer Centre will be hosting the largest ever exhibition to date of Francis Bacon’s drawings. For the first time ever, 73 pieces of art by the Irish painter will be displayed

-‘DOCfield Festival de Fotografía Documental’, with a total of 25 exhibitions the festival runs through different areas of Barcelona on the topic of human mobility, with the aim of making citizens think and reflect through documentary photography on the different ways of travelling. You can visit it until 30 November

-‘Especies náufragas’, by Irene de Andrés at Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró, an exhibition which forms part of the cycle ‘La posibilidad de una isla’. You can visit until January 7th, 2018.

-‘La Semana de la Ciencia’, organised by the Fundación Catalana por la Investigación y la Innovación (FCRi) with the objective of bringing science closer to all audiences through different activities such as conferences, workshops, exhibitions, round table discussions, and open days…open until Sunday 19 November.

-‘Fernando Ortiz’, the Diócesis de Málaga hosts this exhibition about the artist with the objective of sharing his works of art. The exhibition is comprised of sculptures which are conserved in Malaga (Bishop’s Palace, Cathedral, churches, penitential brotherhoods and museums) with others proceeding from cities such as Alcaudete, Ceuta, Jaén and Jerez de la Frontera.

-‘La eclosión de la abstracción’ at the Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM), an exhibition which brings together abstract arts from the post-war era to the present day.

Después del fin del mundo’ at the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB) hosts eight immersive installations by contemporary creators to reflect on the present and the future of the climate change crisis.