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Exhibitions in Madrid 2024, which ones to see in the city

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The exhibitions in Madrid for the 2024 are here.

The Spanish capital offers some of the most famous museums in the world and the exhibitions in Madrid 2024 are yet to be discovered!

Madrid is, among European cities, one of the most fascinating from an artistic and cultural point of view.

Below we propose five of the many exhibitions in Madrid 2024, but if you want to know more about those in many other European cities visitArtsupp.com.

Antoni Tapies La práctica del arte at Reina Sofia Musuem until the 24th of June 2024

On the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Antoni Tàpies, the Reina Sofía Museum and the Fundació Antoni Tàpies are organizing one of the most complete exhibitions dedicated to the artist, Antoni Tapies La práctica del arte, with more than 220 works from museums and private collections all over the world. the world, showing his career between 1943 and 2012.

Through the works on display, some of which have not been exhibited together in a long time, this exhibition showcases Tàpies’ prolific career in relocating his work and influences in recent art history.

Antoni Tàpies, Matter in the form of a foot, 1965. Fondazione Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona. © Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcellona/VEGAP, Madrid, 2024. Fotografia: © FotoGasull

Olga de Soto at the Reina Sofia Museum until July the 1st 2024

Olga de Soto, choreographer, dancer and researcher born in 1972, presents Reconstrucción de una danza macabra(Reconstruction of a macabre dance), a new project included in the Fissures program of the Reina Sofía Museum.

This project revisits and expands a research project undertaken by de Soto more than a decade ago on Der grüne Tisch (The Green Table, 1932), an anti-war piece by the German choreographer that encapsulates a myth in the history of contemporary dance.

La Chiquita Piconera by Julio Romero de Torres ak Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza until the 28th July 2024

On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the painter’s birth Julio Romero de Torres, the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza temporarily exhibits one of the artist’s most famous works, La Chiquita Piconera (Girl with Coal Brazier), painted between 1920 and 1930 shortly before his death and considered his pictorial testament.

On loan from the Julio Romero de Torres Museum in Córdoba, the painting can be seen until July 28 within the permanent collection exhibition in Room 45, a gallery dedicated to the interwar realist movements. It will be exhibited alongside works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, George Grosz and Balthus, among others.

La Chiquita Piconera by Julio Romero de Torres

If in addition to the exhibitions in Madrid you are also interested in all the other must see exhibitions in 2024 in Barcelona, Berlin, Amsterdam and London we recommend our insights:

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Exhibitions in London, those must see in 2024

Exhibitions in Paris in 2024

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