Annual Calendar of Events 2016 Events Calendar | Visit Madrid

2016 Events Calendar

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  • Exhibitions
  • Concerts
  • Theatre and dance
  • Sports
  • Trade fairs
  • Events
  • Festivities
  • The Lure of the Wild West (On till 7 Feb @ the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum): retrospective exhibition about artists who in the 19th Century began to portray Western America.
     
  • Women from Rome. Seductive, maternal, excessive  (On till 14 February @ CaixaForum Madrid): discover the importance of the Roman woman through a series of works from the Louvre Museum).
     
  • Kandinsky. A retrospective (Until 28 Feb @ CentroCentro Palacio de Cibeles): the largest exhibition in Spain about the artistic career of the Russian painter.
     
  • Modern art in the Palace. Contemporary masterpieces from Royal Collections (On till 28 Feb @ the Royal Palace): an anthology of the most important pieces of Spanish contemporary held by the Spanish National Heritage.
     
  • Titanic. The Exhibition (On till 6 Mar @ Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa): exhibition with original objects and credible reproductions from the Titanic.
     
  • Without Beginning/Without End (On till 14 March @ Reina Sofía Museum): the relationship between words and objects in the work of this Catalan artist. 
     
  • Ingres (On till 27 Mar @ the Prado Museum): a chronological review of the works of the French painter, in collaboration with the Louvre Museum.
     
  • Madrid Realists (9 Feb- 22 May @ the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum): works by painters and sculptors who have lived and worked in Madrid, including the great Antonio López.  
     
  • Georges de la Tour (23 Feb-12 Jun @ the Prado Museum): a large selection of the most famous works by the French tenebrist painter.
     
  • Wyeth. Andrew and Jamie in the Studio (1 Mar-19 June @ the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum): first retrospective exhibition in Europe featuring works by the two American realist painters who were father and son.
     
  • Bosch. The Centenary Exhibition (31 May-11 Sept @ the Prado Museum): the largest and most important collection of works by the Flemish painter ever exhibited.
     
  • Renoir and Intimacy (18 Oct-22 Jan 2017 @ the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum): works on loan from museums across the globe illustrate the way Renoir made use of the tactile qualities of volume, material and textures to depict intimacy.

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