Little by little entering the new normality, the Museums have had this past June to test their new citizen security regulations without depriving it of its great wonders. Now that everything is safer and more controlled, let's enjoy what is coming in this month of July.
Where better to endure the heat of July than contemplating exhibitions in our own city or vacation spot. Wherever you are sure there are cultural activities that will enrich your mind just like a peaceful day at the beach or in the mountains. That is why we bring you what for us are the most interesting exhibitions of the month of July, but don't forget it, wherever you are, if you search, you will find something to see.
Exhibitions in Spain
Description: The XXIII Edition of PhotoEspaña kicks off with countless exhibitions throughout the Spanish territory.
Location: National streets and galleries
Date: June 25 - October 31.
Exhibitions in Madrid
Great South: Chilean Art
Description: Important selection from one of the largest private collections in Latin America, the Claudio Engel collection.
Location: Sala Alcalá 31
Date: until July 26.
Description: Contemporary photography of this region of West Germany
Location: Helga de Alvear Gallery
Date: until July 31.
One strike, everything is scattered
Description: Reflection on how contemporary artists continue to face classical currents with their own tools and processes.
Date: until July 25.
Description: the legacy of Joan Hernández Pijuan, one of the most important Spanish painters of the second half of the 20th century.
Location: Cayón Gallery
Date: until November 27.
Exhibitions in Barcelona
Description: There are forgotten moments in film shoots that are also immortalized and allow history to be reread from another perspective.
Date: until July 31.
To Talk about Trees
Description: Project by the artist Sara Agudo Millán that reflects on the way of perceiving our current link with nature.
Location: Chiquita Room
Date: until Sept. 5.
Price: Free by appointment
Description: the artist Emma Llorente Palacio shows us the latent power of the receptive through an intimate dialogue with the clay
Date: until Sept. 10.
Exhibitions in Valencia
you paint like a man
Description: Paula Bonet addresses this exhibition based on original and unique work, such as she is. Painting, engraving and pencil.
Location: La Nau. Cultural center.
Date: until October 18.
FLAVOR !! Cuban view by Marta Capote Yeregui.
Photographic images by José Antonio Fontal Álvarez
Poems and images for reflection by Javier Redondo