30/6 Performing Arts arrive to Barcelona by the hand of Grec Festival 2014

The Grec Festival is back in its 38th edition to become the star of Barcelona summer, with a programme of theatre, music, dance, circus and opera. The Grec Festival of Barcelona will take place throughout whole July and in various theatres and venues in the city, but is mostly located on the Monjuïc hill, is Teatre Grec, the iconic Greek Theatre in Montjuïc Mountain, one of the highest points of the city.

16/6 Barcelona experiences contemporary art at MACBA

Saturdays at 7pm, ‘MACBA es viu’ (Experience MACBA) programme proposes a variety of cultural activities to show modern art from another perspective. This season, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA) extends its schedule until 9 pm to present a special schedule of shows and exhibitions, which coexists with other permanent exhibitions.

7/4 Max. Oh Panòptica Ficció!

From March to April 13, Ars Santa Mònica holds Max. Oh Panòptica Ficció!, a look to the career’s path of one of the most original comic artists of its generation. Entry is free from 11h to 21h (Tuesday-Saturday) and from 11h to 17h (Sundays).

4/4 Casa Milà fills with music and audiovisual arts this spring

Nobody can deny that one of the most beautiful works of Gaudí is Casa Milà, a Barcelona icon which always surprises its visitors with something new. Last year, this emblematic building in Paseo de Gracia held DeProp Festiva, which comes back this years 4, 7 and 10 of April.

19/3 Appreciate Rif’s beauty in Barcelona

From January 28 to May 18, MACBA shows its last exhibition: “Before our eyes: other cartographies of the Rif”. Artists from every part of the world showcase their works done in Morocco.

19/2 Jacinto Esteva, exposition and cinematographic retrospective

“What I really like is to go beyond my bounds, cross limits, untimely sneeze”.