Exhibitions in Madrid

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  • Retrospective of the surrealist painter, René Magritte, which brings together around 70 works, including paintings, photographs and films (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 14 Sept 2021-30 Jan 2022).

    The Magritte Machine
  • René Magritte. El gran siglo, 1954. Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen. © René Magritte, VEGAP, Madrid, 2021

OCTOBER HIGHLIGHTS

The only official exhibition of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is coming to Madrid for the first time (Espacio Ibercaja Delicias. 30 Sept-9 Jan).

A retrospective of the work of the Italian painter, one of the most significant artists in the history of 20th century art (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 24 Sept-9 Jan).

An interactive exhibition in which the human being relates to video games (CaixaForum Madrid. 20 Jul-31 Oct).

The largest retrospective of the American artist to date, which explores her photographic archive spanning over the past thirty years (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 24 Sept-9 Jan).

Exhibition that brings together a series of canvases by the Argentinian-Swiss artist on colour and the natural environment (Velázquez Palace. Till 2 May 2022).

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 December 2021).

An exhibition for the whole family that explores the world of dinosaurs (Espacio 5.1 - IFEMA MADRID. Friday to Sunday. Till 9 January).

A timeless exhibition that looks at how the human being portrays itself (CaixaForum Madrid. 28 Apr-9 Jan 2022).

A themed tour of 50 works that seek to memorialise the distinguished and influential woman who became Empress of France (Liria Palace. Till 30 December).

An exhibition that brings together the Valencian artist’s early years and religious paintings (Sorolla Museum. Until 9 January).

An exhibition that addresses the different facets of colour (Espacio Telefónica Foundation. Till 9 January).

An immersive experience with more than 1,000 images of the artist’s paintings via large-format screens (Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa. 5 Oct-16 Jan).

The first retrospective in Spain on the prestigious German photographer since his death (Reina Sofia Museum - Sabatini Building, 3rd Floor. 22 Sept-28 Feb).

The foundation’s first exhibition presents a selection of 117 works from its extensive and varied collections (Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson. Till 31 July 2022).

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  • El fin de siglo. Sala 61 A del Museo Nacional del Prado ©Museo Nacional del Prado (660 x 335)
  • Madrid's excellent transport system allows you to get around the city quickly and safely by bus, metro, train or taxi.

    Getting around Madrid

OFFICIAL PRODUCTS

An observation deck at 92 metres.

Our online store (in Spanish) sells artisan souvenirs.

Guided tours for all ages (in Spanish).

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  • Madrid boasts an array of public parks and gardens from the Casa de Campo, Spain's largest green space, to El Retiro Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Parks and Gardens
  • Lago de la Casa de Campo