Exhibitions in Madrid

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  • An exhibition that traces the work of the Belarusian artist which is deeply rooted in the history of the 20th century (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 2 Feb-5 May).

    Chagall. A Cry for Freedom
  • Chagall. Un grito de libertad - Marc Chagall, Le Marchand de bestiaux [El vendedor de ganado], c. 1922-1923 © Marc Chagall / VEGAP, Madrid, 2023 © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Philippe Migeat

MARCH HIGHLIGHTS

First large-scale travelling exhibition on this historic symbol, with more than 300 original objects, videos and real testimonies (Fundación Canal Sala Castellana 214. 9 November till 31 March).

Exhibition that brings together pieces by Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia and Stieglitz which delve into a new age in modernity: the age of the machine (Mateo Inurria Canal Foundation. Till 14 April).

Extensive retrospective of the Swedish photographer's work in which his sensitivity to human suffering can be appreciated (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 2 Feb-5 May).

Journey through the history of the carriage in Spain by means of fifty vehicles used by Spanish monarchs from the 16th to the 20th century (Royal Collections Gallery. Till June 2024).

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Full retrospective of the work by the artist from Catalonia on the centenary of his birth (Reina Sofía Museum - Sabatini Building. 21 Feb-24 Jun).

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Several works of art from the Pompidou Centre in Paris invite spectators to reflect on the relationship of the human being with the natural environment (CaixaForum Madrid. 19 Feb-9 Jun).

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An exhibition that shows the reverse side of different works of art to reveal what is hidden on the back (Prado Museum. 7 Nov-3 Mar).

Last chance

This exhibition showcases the artist's contribution to the birth of modern art from today’s perspective (Reina Sofia Museum. 15 Nov 2023-4 Mar 2024).

This immersive experience brings us more than 50 large-scale dinosaurs and more than 6 million LEGO pieces (IFEMA Madrid - Pavilion 5.1. Until 26 May).

Exhibition that illustrates the continuous process of ancient civilizations from Alaska to Patagonia (Juan March Foundation. 6 Oct to 10 March).

A journey through the history of denim, from its origins in the 17th and 18th centuries to the emergence of jeans in the mid-19th century (The Garment Museum. 24 Nov-17 Mar).

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Monographic exhibition by the artist from Madrid, one of the key figures of contemporary Spanish realism (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 27 Feb-2 Jun).

Exhibition that brings together unpublished works by prestigious photographers, such as Ouka Leele, Sarah Moon or Martin Parr taken 30 years ago (Serrería Belga Cultural Centre. Until 31 March). 

Don't miss

An exhibition that pays tribute to Sorolla as the great chronicler and artistic ambassador of Spain between the centuries (Sorolla Museum. Till 14 April).

  • Dive into the exciting world of Pixar films in an incredible immersive exhibition (Espacio 5.1 - IFEMA MADRID. Till 26 May).

    Pixar World
  • Immersive exhibition to discover the life and customs of the city that was the symbol of the rising power of the Roman Empire (Matadero Madrid - Hall 16. Tickets on sale until 7 April). 

    The Last Days of Pompeii. The Immersive Exhibition
  • New immersive and interactive museum that showcases the latest advances in artificial intelligence applied to art, on the Gran Vía.

    Nomad Museo Inmersivo
  • Exposición Mundo Pixar
  • Los últimos días de Pompeya. La exposición inmersiva
  • Nomad Museo Inmersivo
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    Getting around Madrid
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