Schedule for the weekend of 27 April: music, photojournalism and art

-‘World Press Photo Barcelona 18’, this Saturday, 28 April, the most important photojournalism exhibition in the world, due to the quality of the photographs, as well as the debate which it generates, takes place in the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCB).

-‘A contratiempo. Medio siglo de artistas valenciana’, is the recently inaugurated exhibition by Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM) which recreates the journey that Valencian artists underwent to gain visibility and professionlisation from the end of the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera and the Second Republic, continuing through Francoism, until the eighties.

-‘Sampler Series’ is hosting a new concert and audiovisual installation on Saturday 28 April from 20.00 at L’Auditori a cargo del Ensemble Phace, which will be interpreted by ‘Fausto Romitelli: An Index of Metals (2003)’.

-Last weekend to visit the ‘Después del fin del mundo’ exhibition at the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB) to reflect on the present and the future of climate change crisis.

– ‘Experiencia del coleccionismo familiar. La Modernidad en el Sur‘, from the Boti Llanes collection, which allows us to appreciate the different visions of artists whose works reveal how new their contributions were, as well as the validity and relevance which many of their ideas still conserve. You can visit the collection at Casa de América, Madrid.

-‘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 of authors which rejuvenated Spanish photography during the mid-20th century. You can visit this exhibition until 17 June at Foto Colectania headquarters, Barcelona.

-‘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.