Two of these exhibitions are in Barcelona: ‘Ramon Llull. La máquina de pensar’ [The Thinking Machine] at Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona The exhibition explores the impact of the philsopher Ramon Llull on the arts, literature, science and technology.
And ‘Vivian Maier. In Her Own Hands’ at the headquarters of FotoColectania, an exhibition which displays the photographs taken by the most famous nanny on the streets of New York City.
Our third recommendation is in Galicia, the ‘Rostros do país’ exhibition, which pays tribute to Galicians through 70 photographs taken by Xurxo Lobato.
Carolina López Coton, supervisora de Microbiología en Lonza Biologics
For those of you who are enjoying your holidays in Singpore, we recommend that you visit the ‘Big Bang Data’ ehibition in the ArtScience Museum. This exhibition shows how the datafied world affects us all, by exploring this topic through the works of artists, designers, innovators and thinkers.
The last exhibition is in Valencia, at IVAM, ‘Perdidos en la ciudad’ [Lost in the city] which is a collection of 300 works (paintings, sculptures, photographs and videos) by different artists, but with the same objective: offering different views of spaces and human life in cities all over the world.