PHOTOGRAPHY: JOAQUIN CORTÉS/ROMÁN LORES
Museo Reina Sofia
Top Art 2018
If you love art, design and culture, these are the unmissable exhibitions scheduled for this year.
An overview of black and white paintings from the Middle Ages to the 21st century, involving a selection of works by artists such as Picasso, Richter and Rembrandt.
The National Gallery
Until 28 February
A journey across the 21st century, through the most iconic album covers of the time in which musicians and photographers started collaborating to create images that have become engraved in our collective memory.
Until 11 March
Around 100 works by César Baldaccini, many of which are considered icons of modern sculpture, that invite to reflect on consumerism in our society.
Until 26 March
Soledad Lorenzo. Personal Issues.
392 works from the collection of Soledad Lorenzo, the gallery owner who has become a point of reference in the world of contemporary art. A selection of pieces that intend to represent the personal characteristics of the artists who created them.
Museo Reina Sofía
Until 5 March
Frida. Oltre il mito.
More than 100 paintings, drawings and photographs of Frida Kahlo, as well as events and conferences that complement her work to offer a deeper and more comprehensive picture of the artist.
From 1 February till 3 June
Dara Friedman. Perfect Stranger
The largest exhibition to date of Dara Friedman’s audio-visual production, characterised by the precision of every single detail and its explicitly sensual and emotive focus.
PAMM (Pérez Art Museum Miami)
Until 4 March
Anna Maria Maiolino
MOCA presents the Italo-Brazilian artist’s first major United States museum retrospective. Anna Maria Maiolino (1942), is a multidisciplinary artist whose work is expressed through manual artistic practices and poetic features.
MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art)
Until 22 January
Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age
An exhibition that reveals how, between the 50s and the 80s, artists from different sectors deployed new computing techniques as a means to reconsider artistic production and society’s connections and ways of thinking.