Schedule for the weekend of 23rd February: art, dance, photography and theatre

-‘ArtsLibris’, the International Fair of Artists’ Books and Contemporary Editions, will take part for the third consecutive year in ARCOmadrid in order to spread awareness and support the artists’ books publishing sector. You can see the exhibition until Sunday 25 February.

-‘Pregon desig’, the exhibition by artist Miquel Barceló that pays homage to Josep Palau as part of the Año Palau i Fabre. The exhibition will be open until September at the poet’s foundation in Caldes d’Estrac.

–‘El temps que estiguem junts’ is the new play performed by members of the Kompanyia Lliure at the Teatre Lliure de Montjuic, in Barcelona. From Friday 16 February until 11 March.

-‘Beehave’, an exhibition that reflects on the role played by bees through installations and works by contemporary artists. It will take place at the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona.

-‘Festival Salmon’, a dance festival organised by the Mercat de les Flors together with Graner, which proposes different artistic proposals with over 30 local and international artists in different spaces in the city of Barcelona.

-‘World Press Photo Valencia’, the best of photo journalism stops at Valencia as of this weekend, showing some of the key events of 2016. You can visit the exhibition at the Palau Joan de Valeriola, at the headquarters of the Chirivella Soriano Foundation.

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.

-‘Total Records. Vinyl and Photography’, shows 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.

–‘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.