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Schedule for the weekend of 23 March: art, photography and literature.

-‘MOT literature festival’, closes its fifth edition on Saturday 24 March under the slogan ‘Literatura encarnada’ with activities including conferences and exhibitions…

-‘Women who transform the world’, a meeting which brings together women who have contributed to transforming the world and have made valuable contributions in the social and cultural environment with the objective of sharing their work and commitment and creating a space for reflection and debate open to all of society . Until Sunday 25 March in Segovia.

-‘Paco Gómez’s Archive. El instante poético y la imagen arquitectónica’, brings together more than 150 images and other materials, such as magazines and publications. Francisco Gómez is considered to be one of the most singular photographers amongst the group which rejuvenated Spanish photography in the middle of the century. You can visit this exhibition until 17 June at Foto Colectania.

-‘Big Bang Data’ arrives in Boston, after stopping in Barcelona, Madrid, Buenos Aires, London, Singapore and Prague. You can visit it at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology until 30 March. It is an exhibition which reflects on how the explosion of information is transforming the world.

-‘Beehave’, an exhibition which reflects on the role of bees through installations and works by contemporary artists. This exhibition can be visited at Fundació Joan Miró.

-‘PhotoAlicante’, the international photography festival proposes exhibitions, urban interventions, workshops, shows…in different areas of Alicante.. Until 2nd April

Until8 April the Niemeyer Centre will be home to the largest everexhibition to date of Francis Bacon’s drawings. For the first time ever, 73 pieces of art by the Irish painter will be exhibited.

-‘La eclosión de la abstracción’ brings together almost 150 works from the Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno Collection, with the objective of analysing the abstract artistic practices developed from the post-war era up until today. This exhibition can be visited until 16 September.