Santa Maria del Mar in the evening

The evening offers a chance to enjoy the nuances of the dusk, when the hustle and bustle of the day fades and gives way to the darkness and the silence of the night. This is the ideal time of day to visit the Santa Maria del Mar church in a small group, to enjoy this…

‘Modernista’ evenings at the Casa Amatller

Every Friday in the summer the Casa Museu Amatller is offering the chance to spend a 19th century evening in the company of Antoni Amatller and his daughter. This theatricised visit has the two historical characters showing us around the rooms of this modernista gem and explaining what their daily lives are like as we have a drink…

‘Gala Salvador Dalí. A Room of One’s Own in Púbol’

Gala was born into a family of intellectuals from Kazan and spent her childhood in Moscow.  After moving to Switzerland, she met Paul Éluard, moving to Paris with him and subsequently coming into contact with members of the surrealist movement such as Max Ernst. In 1929 she travelled to Cadaqués, where she met Dalí, who…

Divine walls at the Monastery of Pedralbes

The inauguration of the exhibition ‘Murals divins’ at the chapter house at the Monastery of Pedralbes coincides with the reopening of the newly renovated St. Michael’s Chapel, which houses a pictorial gem from the 14th century commissioned to the Ferrer Bassa workshop. ‘Murals divins’ provides the key to observing the paintings which decorate this space through…

‘Picasso’s Kitchen’

Picasso Pablo (dit), Ruiz Picasso Pablo (1881-1973). Paris, musÈe national Picasso – Paris. MP189.‘Picasso’s Kitchen’ is the first exhibition to look at the constant presence of the kitchen in the life and works of Pablo Picasso. The display offers nearly 200 works from museums, institutions and private collections, offering a new perspective on the artist….