-137 photographs take us on a journey through the eyes of photojournalists. The Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid is hosting the most prestigious photojournalism exhibition in the world, World Press Photo 2018. The winning photograph of this 61st edition is by Venezuelan Ronaldo Schemidt, author of ‘Venezuela crisis’ a photograph of a young person running, engulfed in flames from a molotov cocktail, in a disturbance in Caracas. This exhibition can be visited until November 4th.
-Until October 11th, Asturias is hosting ‘XVII Semana de Arte Contemporáneo’ (‘XVII Week of Contemporary art’) with different proposals to bring art closer to the city, such as, for example, exhibitions, workshops, seminars, and workshops for children and young people.
-Espai 13 at Fundació Joan Miró is hosting the exhibition ‘Our Own Path Remains’ by artist Fito Conesa until November 4th. The exhibition includes some works by Pärt as well as a representation of turning crisis into knowledge.
-‘La luz negra’ (black light) an exhibition which takes a look at the influence of different secret traditions on contemporary art from the 50’s up until now. You can visit it at the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB) until 21st October.
-FotoColectania Foundation hosts the new exhibition ‘Saul Letier: In search of Beauty’, which brings together more than 130 photographs, in colour and black and white, which showcase all of Leiter’s talents, including his most iconic photographs. Leiter has photographed the streets of New York city from an intimate perspective for six decades. You can visit until 21st October.
-The Museo de Bellas Artes de Asturias is hosting ‘Trazos de la palabra: viñetas de Revista de Occidente’, an exhibition which brings together original drawings and works by famous artists to illustrate some of its front covers You can visit until 28th October.
–The Valencian (IVAM) hosts ‘Angeles Marco’ a new exhibition which showcases a selection of her sculptures, drawings and many more inedited works which are representative of her career. The exhibition also includes series of works (Espacios ambiguos, Entre lo real y lo ilusorio, El Tránsito y Salto al vacío), as well as newer works from 2000 spanning the period between 2000 until the artist’s death . You can also visit ‘Annette Messager. Púdico – Público’, an exhibition which brings together Messager’s works in which she uses daily objects which have traditionally been considered to be of little value, twisting their uses and the feelings associated with them. Until 4th November.