Schedule for the weekend of 3rd November: 9 cultural recommendations

We have a number of cultural recommendations for you this weekend, including three exhibitions which will be closing their doors after this weekend:

-‘Da árbore á cadeira’ at the Museo Centro Gaiás in the Cidade da Cultura in Galicia is an exhibition that reflects upon the environmental wealth of woodlands.

-‘Weegee by Weegee’ at the Foto Colectania Foundation shows a carefully selected sample of photographs taken by the New York chronicler during the 1930s and 40s, showing photos of crimes, fires and accidents as well as photos of popular social events.

-‘Reserva’ at Espai 13 of the Joan Miró Foundation brings you a work of art by Gerad Ortín, as part of the cycle ‘La posibilidad de una isla’ (The possibility of an island).

Other recommendations for this weekend include:

-‘DOCfield Documentary Photography Festival’, with a total of 25 exhibitions, the festival will visit different parts of Barcelona. It aims to use documentary photography to make citizens reflect upon different ways of travelling. The exhibition will be open to the public until 30th November.

-Concert of the Sampler Series, músicas de nueva creación festival, on Saturday 4th November at L’Auditori at 20:00 with Ryoji Ikeda, ‘Supercodex’.

-The Euskadi Symphonic Orchestra will be giving a number of concerts this weekend: today Friday at 20:00 at the Kursaal Auditoriuma in San Sebastián and tomorrow, Saturday 4th, at 20:00 at the Palacio Euskalduna Jauregia in Bilbao.

After the end of the world’ at the Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture (CCCB) is an exhibition formed of eight immersive installations by contemporary creators to reflect on the present and future of the climate crisis.

-‘The abstraction eclosion’ at the Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) is an exhibition that brings together abstract works of art from the post-war period to the present day.

-‘Fernando Ortiz’, the Diocese of Malaga is holding this exhibition about the artist to share his work with the public. The exhibition includes sculptures from Malaga (Palacio Episcopal, Cathedral, churches, penitential brotherhoods and museums) and others from cities such as Alcaudete, Ceuta, Jaén and Jerez de la Frontera.