This weekend we have the following cultural recommendations for you.
–‘Stone Guardians’, the travelling exhibition promoted by MARQ stops in Callosa del Segura (Alicante). This exhibition pays homage to the more than 230 castles and fortifications located in the province of Alicante. You can see the exhibition until March 25th.
-‘Non-Slave Tenderness’, with this work of art Lucía C. Pino creates a landscape where the toxic and waste element is inseparable from the biotic, a place where cables, glass, tubes, light, water, sounds and even people establish a relationship of equivalence with one another. It will be open at the Espai 13 of the Joan Miró Foundation until March 11th.
The exhibition ‘The abstraction eclosion’ brings together close to 150 works of art from the Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) Collection. The exhibition aims to analyse abstract art practices developed from the post-war period to the present day. The exhibition will be open to the public until September 16th.
–‘After the end of the world’ invites you to reflect on the present and future of the climate crisis with immersive installations by contemporary artists. You can visit the exhibition at the Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture (CCCB) until April 29th.
-‘Francis Bacon. La cuestión del dibujo’ is the largest exhibition to date of the works by the Irish painter. The 73 works of art can be seen at the Centro Niemeyer until April 15th.
-‘Big Bang Data’ reflects on how the information explosion is transforming our world. It will be stopping in Boston at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology until March 30th 2018.
-‘Total Records. Vinyl and Photography’ displays a sample of 250 vinyl covers that reflect the relationship between photography and music. You can visit this exhibition at the headquarters of the Foto Colectania Foundation until March 11th.