Madrid Events Calendar

  • Juego de Tronos: La Exposición Oficial

Works by the likes of Le Gray, Cuvelier, Manet and Degas invite us to reflect on the similarities and mutual influences between photography and painting in the second half of the 19th century in France (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. Until 26 January).

An exhibition comprising almost one hundred works by members of the renowned family of painters (Gaviria Palace. 7 Oct-12 Apr).

Step inside Westeros and the lands beyond for an up-close and personal look at authentic props, costumes and set decorations from the hit HBO series. (Espacio 5.1 at IFEMA - Feria de Madrid. Till 15 March).

A 12-metre high sculpture by the artist from Barcelona rests on the pedestal on which the statue of the Genoese navigator used to stand (Plaza de Colón. Till 20 December).

Casa de Mexico celebrates its first anniversary with an exhibition dedicated to the work of one of the country’s most revered artists(Casa de México. Till 16 February).

An exhibition featuring the work of the Irish photographer, best known for his Dublin Trilogy. (Mapfre Foundation. Bárbara de Braganza Exhibition Hall. 12 Sept-26 Jan).

The exhibition centres on the feminist actress and video-maker Delphine Seyrig (Reina Sofia Museum - Sabatini Building, 3rd floor. 25 Sept-23 Mar).

The foundation’s first exhibition presents a selection of 117 works from its extensive and varied collections (Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson. Until 31 December).

This exhibition brings together the most important paintings by two of the most outstanding women in the history of western art (Prado Museum. 22 Oct to 2 Feb).

Exhibition which examines the concept of painting and its ability to be reinvented (CaixaForum Madrid. 23 Oct-1 Mar).

A retrospective of the Spanish painter through more than 100 of his works (Reina Sofia Museum - Edificio Sabatin. 6 Nov to 20 Apr).

The first monographic exhibition devoted to the Austrian painter of Romany origins (Reina Sofia Museum - Edificio Sabatini. 22 Nov-23 Mar).

Travel to ancient Egypt through this exhibition that reconstructs the burial chambers found by Howard Carter in 1922 (Espacio 5.1 - IFEMA - Feria de Madrid. 23 Nov-19 Apr).

The largest international exhibition on the history and culture of video games (Canal Foundation. Sala Castellana 214. Till 31 May).

Ten detailed dioramas, made up of over 3,000 Playmobil figures, take us on a journey through history (Gaviria Palace. Till 1 March).

The world’s most visited multimedia exhibition devoted to the Dutch painter returns to Madrid (Círculo de Bellas Artes. 26 Dec-18 Feb).

An exhibition that brings together the most important works by the French and Swiss sculptors (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 6 Feb-10 May).

For the first time in Spain, an exhibition on the 17th-century Dutch painter's work as a portraitist (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 18 Feb-24 May).

Works produced by a group of painters who decided to take on the Metropolitan Museum(Juan March Foundation. 6 Mar-7 Jun).

Retrospective on the North American painter, one of the key figures in the history of 20th century American art (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 23 Jun-4 Oct).

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