Barcelona is an amazing city full of joy, precious buildings and culture all spared on its streets and areas. Everybody knows that, even the most basic tourist guide of the city that you can find on the internet. But not everyone is aware of the culture and joy you are able to find inside these precious buildings, tagged as cultural museums. Not even the locals who, sometimes, forget to visit them just because they think they have better plans to do.
Well, visiting Barcelona also means visiting some expositions, especially if you will spend more than 3 months living in the city. You just got your studio apartment for rent in Barcelona with Inèdit and you’re ready to check out the good and extremely recommended expositions taking place in the capital. Because, you know, not everything is on the outside. Especially now that the weather is starting to get cold, what’s better than feeling the museum warmth free of jackets and scarfs?
We want to save your time surfing the web looking for exhibitions that match with your interests. That’s why our team, who think they know you well, has picked 4 exhibitions that you will find attractive to visit during November. Let’s go!
Toulouse-Lautrec and the Montmartre spirit.
In CaixaForum Barcelona (located just in front of the Magic Fountain of Montjuic, NOT MNAC) you will find a stunning museum that rappels an old textile factory, there is where the art happens. The Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition displays paintings, posters, illustrations and drawings of the artist and some of the other artists who shared the same geographic ambient and empowered the ephemeral of the artistic production.
LOCATION: CaixaForum Barcelona
PLACES OF INTEREST NEARBY: the Magic Fountain of Montjuic, El Poble Espanyol, MNAC, the German Pavilion, and the Arenas shopping center.
Even though you are a real photography fan or just a common user of Instagram, you will love this exhibition. In Palau Robert, at the end of Passeig de Gràcia, you will get in touch with the mother of the Documentary Photography and festivals. In Palau Robert you will find the most famous ones but distributed around Barcelona in 16 different places (like Diagonal, el Paral·lel, el Gòtic…) you’ll be able to follow all the exhibitions from the festival.
PRICE: Free entrance
LOCATION: Palau Robert and other 16 spots of the city.
PLACES OF INTEREST NEARBY: Passeig de Gràcia, Gràcia, la Pedrera and Diagonal.
If you are a big fan of Clockwork Orange or not, you should totally not miss this exposition hosted in CCCB (next to MACBA). In your visit, you’ll be able to have a comprehensive look inside the trajectory of Stanley Kubrick since his photographs for the Look magazine until his most famous projects. The exhibition hosts more than 600 personal objects and archives from the director in an iconic scenography.
PRICE: 4€ if you are under 25, if not 6€. Or enter for free every Sunday from 15h to 20h.
PLACES OF INTEREST NEARBY: MACBA, La Rambla del Raval, Plaça Catalunya, and Carrer Tallers.
Antoni Tàpies, political biography
In Fundació Antoni Tàpies you will find this amazing visit through some of the art produced by the Catalan after the Spanish Civil War. You’ll appreciate his annoyance and strong power to reproduce with icons, objects and drawings his personal feeling with the society and the political problems between 1946 and 1977.
PRICE: 5,60€ showing your student card.
LOCATION: Fundació Antoni Tàpies
PLACES OF INTEREST NEARBY: Plaça Catalunya, Rambla Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia.
Just find the perfect afternoon to spend inside a museum and to soak yourself into the art and culture that lives inside the breathtaking buildings of Barcelona. We really hope you like this group of exhibitions and find them interesting because we, as locals, did. Who are you taking with you?
By the way, most of these exhibitions are taking place in city downtown. Would you like to be closer to them by finding a studio apartment for rent in Barcelona? Let us know!