#ConLaCultura – ‘Bartolomé Bermejo’ at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya; and ‘Lina Bo Bardi dibuja’ at the Joan Miró Foundation.

Architecture and drawings at the Joan Miró Foundation

Until 26th May, the Joan Miró Foundation is hosting the new temporary exhibition ‘Lina Bo Bardi dibuja’, to demonstrate the relationship between architecture and drawings. The exhibition displays drawings which are complemented with images of her building works, and her activities as an exhibition designer. More than a design tool, for Lina Bo Bardi, drawing was a primordial expressive means, fed through a strong sense of curiosity and inquisitiveness.

The MNAC hosts works by Bartolomé Bermejo

After being displayed at the Prado Museum, the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is hosting ‘Bartolomé’ until 19 May. This exhibition brings together the works of various museums in the world, which showcases the works of one of the most important painters of the XV century. One of the works which can be visited in ‘La Piedad Desplá’ which has been restored thanks to the collaboration of the Foundation.