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Cultural recommendations for the Easter weekend

-‘PhotoAlicante’, the international photography festival, brings you exhibitions, urban interventions, workshops and screenings, which will take place in different areas of the city of Alicante. It will take place until 2nd April.

-The Centro Niemeyer is holding the most complete exhibition held to date of paintings by Francis Bacon until April 8th. 73 paintings by the Irish painter will be on display for the first time in history.

-‘Paco Gómez Dossier. The poetical moment and the architectural image’ brings you over 150 images and other materials such as magazines and periodicals. Francisco Gomez is considered a unique member of the group of photographers who redefined Spanish photography in the 1950s. The exhibition is open until June 17th at Foto Colectania.

The exhibition ‘The abstraction eclosion’ brings together close to 150 works of art from the Valencia Institute of Modern Art(IVAM) Collection. The exhibition aims to analyse abstract art practices developed from the post-war period to the present day. The exhibition will be open to the public until September 16th.

After the end of the world’ at the Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture (CCCB) is an exhibition formed of eight immersive installations by contemporary creators to reflect on the present and future of the climate crisis.

-‘Beehave’, an exhibition that reflects on the role played by bees through installations and works by contemporary artists. It will take place at the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona. Also at the Joan Miró Foundation is the new intervention at Espai 13 by artist Bárbara Sánchez Barroso, with her project ‘the Oddysey’.

-‘Pregon desig’ is an exhibition by artist Miquel Barceló that pays homage to Josep Palau as part of the Año Palau i Fabre. The exhibition will be open until September at the poet’s foundation in Caldes d’Estrac.

–‘Stone Guardians’, the travelling exhibition promoted by MARQ, stops in Callosa del Segura (Alicante) to bring you Roman oil lamps, in order to show the usefulness, shape and decoration of these small objects that have changed remarkably over the centuries of the Roman empire. You can see the exhibition until May 31st.