Visit art exhibitions in Madrid

Discover the infinite possibilities that the capital of Madrid offers in terms of exhibitions to visit.

The exhibition Tell me who you are takes over the hall of Alcalá 31 to bring together an extensive selection of works by Luis Gordillo from the last two decades, paying tribute to the unparalleled creativity of this artist, who is still active at the age of 89.

The Spanish photographer Cristina de Middel presents her exhibition Letters to the Director at the Canal de Isabel II Hall, in which she shows, through past and recent projects, her view of the fundamental themes of the traditional press (war, violence and migrations).

The Canal Foundation also hosts the exhibition recently inaugurated by the President of the Region of Madrid: The Berlin Wall. A divided world. This exhibition is a milestone, as it is the world's first major traveling exhibition on the history of the Berlin Wall.

The Museo del Prado will host the Eduardo Rosales Exhibition (150th anniversary of the painter's death), a heartfelt posthumous tribute that will include up to 17 works by the renowned Madrid painter.

On the move. Vehicles and carriages of Patrimonio Nacional has transformed the Gallery of the Royal Collections into a space where you can take a tour through the history of the carriage in Spain, through fifty pieces, including several carriages, vehicles, sleds, etc.

The exhibition Women Masters shows at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum almost a hundred works, including paintings, sculptures, works on paper and textiles, to narrate the path of women towards their emancipation, from the late sixteenth century to the first decades of the twentieth century.

The Palacio de Liria is the setting for Fashion in the House of Alba, an exceptional exhibition that highlights the close bond between the House of Alba and the world of fashion, with extraordinary Haute Couture pieces created by Charles Frederick Worth, Cristóbal Balenciaga, Louise Boulanger, Flora Villareal or Emanuel Ungaro.

Another exhibition worth visiting at CentroCentro is Monet, which gives us the unique opportunity to contemplate, for the first time in Spain, a set of more than 50 works by the illustrious master of impressionism, Claude Monet, from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris.

More information: Art exhibitions in Madrid, The Berlin Wall Exhibition, Eduardo Rosales Exhibition, On the move Exhibition, Women Masters Exhibition, Fashion in the House of Alba y Monet.

Image: Exhibition "Luis Gordillo. Tell me who you are"© in the Madrid Region