Exhibitions in Madrid

  • A selection of works by the Dutch pioneer of abstract art and founding father of Neoplasticism (Reina Sofia Museum - Edificio Sabatini. 11 Nov-1 Mar 2021).

    Mondrian and De Stijl
  • Mondrian y De Stijl


The exhibition changes the usual chronological distribution of expressionism in the museum’s galleries to offer a revamped vision  (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. From 27 October to 28 February 2021).

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 28 February).

An exhibition that addresses the role of women in the Spanish art system in the 19th and 20th centuries (Prado Museum. Till 14 March).

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 10 January).

The 23rd edition of PHotoESPAÑA features exhibitions and digital projects in museums and art centres (Various locations. Till 28 March).

The largest retrospective devoted to the Colombian artist in Europe, bringing together 67 large-format works (CentroCentro. 17 Sept to 7 Feb).

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).

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A project that shows the inseparable way in which palace and religious life are united (Royal Palace. Till 24 January).

The Kosovan artist presents his latest work, related to his biography and the political and cultural tensions in his region (The Glass Palace. 17 Jul-28 Feb 2021).

A new interpretation of Sorolla’s work, focusing on women, presenting the artist’s outlook and that of an era (Sorolla Museum. 22 Sept-10 Jan).

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).

Set of more than 100 cases that form part of one of the most complete exhibitions in the world, with examples from the 16th to 18th centuries (Prado Museum. Till 10 January).

Discover this spectacular exhibition space with this exhibition that explores the adaptation of the human being to social and technological change (Espacio SOLO. Until December).


Pieces of graphic art by great North American artists, such as Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg, Ruscha, Judd, Johns, Close, Bourgeois, Warhol and Kooning (CaixaForum Madrid. 9 Oct-31 Jan).

A collection of photographs which represent the American social landscape, according to the photographer (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 1 Oct-10 Jan).


An exhibition of 30 pieces that brings us closer to the artistic universe of one of the most influential creators in recent years (Círculo de Bellas Artes. 3 Dec-9 May).

Exploration of the exchange in both directions between surrealism and design with pieces from the past decade (CaixaForum Madrid. 12 Nov-21 Mar).

A journey around the figure of the American designer, architect, thinker, philosopher and visionary (Espacio Telefónica Foundation. 16 sept - 14 mar).

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