Schedule for the weekend of 29 September: art, photography, photojournalism and theatre

For this last weekend of September, we propose up to 10 cultural plans.

-‘Swab Barcelona’, until Sunday you can visit this international art fair which is bringing together more than 80 artists and 70 galleries from all over the world to show how just how representative the contemporary art scene really is.

-‘Semana de Arte Contemporáneo de Asturias ALNORTE 2017’, until 8 October there will be a programme of activties at museums, galleries, on the street and in cultural spaces to bring contemporary art closer to all audiences.

-‘World Press Photo Madrid 2017’, the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid (COAM) will be hosting this exhibition for another year running. This year’s exhibition shows all of the winning images from 2016, a total of 143 photographs which reflect the most important events which took place last year.

-‘XXI Festival Internacional de Órgano de Pedreguer’, this Friday, 29 October at 20:30 the first concert will be held with Valencia Trumpet Soloists.

-‘Barcelona Gallery Weekend’, this weekend you can discover a wide schedule of activties at the most important galleries in the city, artistic interventions, exhibitions, guided tours and special activities.

-‘Nit de reis’ at Teatre Lliure, an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play, version and direction by Pau Carrió, interpreted by the young members of Kompanyia Lliure.

-‘Reserva’ en Espai 13 de la Fundación Joan Miró, art by Gerad Ortín as part of the cycle “The possibility of an Island” (La posibilidad de una isla), in which he approaches the notion of limits using a sensory device which evokes the way in which animals perceive space. Ortín’s work is based on an installation built from different architectural and sculptural elements, sound, olfactory and visual elements.

-‘Weegee by Weegee’ at Fundación Foto Colectania which exhibits the work of the New York chronicler in the 30’s and 40’s.

-‘La eclosión de la abstracción’ at Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM) which brings together almost 150 works from the Collection, with the objective of analysing the abstract artistic practices developed from the post-war era up until today.

‘Da árbore á cadeira’ exhibition at the Museo Centro Gaiás, Cidade da Cultura in Galicia. It is divided into four themes: design, industry, natural heritage and art relating to furniture design and the industrialisation process of the timber industry.