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Schedule for the weekend of 9 November: art, philosophy, photography and theatre

DOCfield, the Documentary Photography Festival in Barcelona is hosting 23 exhibitions which ask us to reflect on love. It is also hosting other parallel activities such as guided visits, audiovisual forecasts, meetings with authors, DOCfield PRO for communication professions and for the third sector and the V edition of the awards for the Banco Sabadell Foundation Dummy Award photobooks. you can consult the full schedule of events by clicking here.

-Until Saturday 10 November, the Biblioteca de Catalunya theatre is hosting the second edition of the festival ‘Escenas de filosofía y teatro’ offering conferences, chats, philosophical coffee meetings and theatrical scenarios with the objective of researching and reflecting on the relationship between theatre and thought.

-The Prado Museum is hosting the exhibition ‘Bartolomé Bermejo’ until 27 January 2019, an exhibition which allows us to look at the technical virtuosity and suggestive visual universe of Bartolomé Bermejo, a master painter from Cordoba who painted in Corona and Aragon . You can visit until 27th January, 2018.

-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 10th December.

–The Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) hosts‘ Ángeles 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 visit until 6th January, 2019.