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The art exhibitions in Barcelona that you can’t miss

The art exhibitions in Barcelona that you can’t miss
Rent Top Apartment team

It’s easy to feel saturated once you reach Barcelona. Due to its multidisciplinary and multicultural character it has an immense amount of cultural, artistic and historical attractions. Among all possibilities, art has a major role. Both classic and contemporary art have earned a place in the heart and mind of many. If you are one of those, to make your search easier, we have compiled a short list of those exhibitions you can’t miss in any way during your stay in the city.

Saul Leiter. In Search of Beauty

He is a true master of the origins of color  photography. He knew how to combine photography and painting in a surprising way. He used to say that he wouldn’t go anywhere without his camera, he wanted to portray every moment and the story behind it, capturing the lives of the people in his birthplace, New  York. His collection will be available until 23  October in the photographic space, Foto  Colectania.

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Foto Colectania

Antoni Tàpies. Political biography

History and politics are inseparable factors that impact and leave their mark on the lives of many people. Antoni Tàpies lived through a rather complicated period that marked his paintings during the post-war period until the restoration of the Generalitat. This resilience experienced by the country is perfectly illustrated in his works, exhibited until 24 February at the Tàpies  Foundation.

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

The relationship between the Catalan  painter and his Slavic muse, Gala, was so deep that it had an immense influence on the art he produced for almost 30 years. Gala as a refuge and inspiration shows Dali’s more fragile side, with works collected between Madrid and Figueras, exhibited at the MNAC until 14 October.

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Mnac

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