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Schedule for the weekend of 6th October: cultural recommendations

We have a number of cultural recommendations for you on this first weekend of October, with exhibitions, music and theatre.

-‘Asturias Week of Contemporary Art ALNORTE 2017’, until October 7th a number of activities will be held in museums, art galleries, on the streets and in cultural spaces to bring contemporary art closer to all audiences.

-‘Nit de reis’ at the Teatre Lliure, an adaptation of a play by William Shakespeare, written and directed by Pau Carrió and performed by the Kompanyia Lliure. This is the last weekend that this play will be on at the theatre.

-‘Reserva’ in Espai 13 of the Joan Miró Foundation, a proposal by artist Gerad Ortín as party of the cycle ‘La posibilidad de una isla’ (The possibility of an island), in which he explores the concept of limits through a sensory device that evokes the way in which animals perceive space.

-‘21st International Organ Festival in Pedreguer’, on Friday 6 October at 20:30 hrs there will be a concert by the Cambra de Dornach-Basel Orchestra from Switzerland with Josep Vicente Giner playing the organ.

Da árbore á cadeira’ is still on at the Centro Gaiás Museum in the Cidade da Cultura of Galicia, which is divided into four themes: design, industry, cultural heritage and art, and these are used to focus on the design of furniture and the industrialisation of the Galician woodwork and furniture industry.

-‘World Press Photo Madrid 2017’, the Official College of Architects in Madrid (COAM) is holding this year’s exhibition with a display of the award-winning photos of 2016, numbering a total of 143 photographs showing key events during the year.

‘Weegee by Weegee’ at the Foto Colectania Foundation shows the work of the New York chronicler from the 1930s and 1940s.


-‘The abstraction eclosion’ at the Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM), brings together close to 150 works of art from the Collection, in order to analyse abstract art practices developed from the post-war period to the present day.