Madrid Events Calendar

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On Sunday 21 June, the three-month state of emergency declared in response to the coronavirus pandemic came to an end. The borders have now been reopened to visitors arriving from Schengen countries and the UK, and people are allowed to travel freely around the country.

Since Saturday, 4 July 2020 (Friday night to Saturday morning) borders will effectively be reopened for residents of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.
 

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The museum has reopened to the public with a unique exhibition which sees its most iconic artworks displayed together for the first time (Prado Museum - Central Gallery. Till 13 September).

For the first time in Spain, an exhibition on the 17th-century Dutch painter's work as a portraitist (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 6 Jun-30 Aug).

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).

The exhibition centres on the feminist actress and video-maker Delphine Seyrig (Reina Sofia Museum - Sabatini Building, 3rd floor. Till 27 July).

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

Go, play and listen in this exhibition organised to showcase the heritage of the Víctor Espinós Music Library, which is celebrating its centenary (Conde Duque - Sala 1. Till 12 July).

A review of the careers of the French and Swiss sculptors, leading to an interesting dialogue between both artists (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 2 Jun-23 Aug).

The richness of the female literary world is revealed through an exhibition which covers the work of great Spanish female writers from the 16th and 17th centuries (Instituto Cervantes. Reopening on 18 June).

Retrospective on the North American painter, one of the key figures in the history of 20th century American art (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. New dates to be confirmed).

Monographic exhibition that offers an extensive review of the career of one of the most prestigious artists on the international scene (Espacio Telefónica Foundation. 26 Jun-10 Jan).

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. Till 14 June). TEMPORARILY CLOSED.

A collection of photographs which represent the American social landscape, according to the photographer (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. Postponed to September).

Retrospective of the surrealist painter, René Magritte, which brings together around 70 works, including paintings, photographs and films (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 27 Oct 2020-28 Feb 2021).

The six mythological paintings by Titian are brought together for the first time since the 17th century (Prado Museum. 2 Mar-4 Jul 2021).

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