¡VIVA! Festival 2018

until 5 May | HOME | Manchester

For its 24th edition, ¡Viva! returns with a HOME-wide celebration of film, theatre and visual art from across Spain and Latin America. In addition to a host of great international theatre performances, 20 of the best new Spanish and Latin American films, and visual art exhibitions, ¡Viva! will also be including some live music events over the opening two weekends. This weekend you can enjoy exceptional theatre plays: The Love of the Fireflies, Things Easily Forgotten, The Tiger Lillies: Corrido de la Sangre; films: UK Premiere/ Casi leyendas + Q&A, UK Premiere/Tempo + Q&A, Los Adioses, Los Perros, Coco, Estiu 1993, UK Premiere/ Mala junta; the discussion¡Viva! 2018 Café Cervantes; and visual arts: Louis Henderson: Overtures

 

Every Object is a Thing but not every thing is an object

until 19 May | Hollybush Gardens | London

Eva Fàbregas’ kinetic sculptures Self-Organised Systems are included in this group exhibition. The installation uses packing materials that become mobile, possibly changing the path of the viewer. The other artists in the show are: Jaimini Patel, Ruth Proctor, Reto Pulfer, Alex Reynolds, Anne Tallentire, Aaron Tan

 

Uriel Segui: A Collage of Drawing

until 29 Apr | Spanish House London | London

LAST CHANCE TO SEE: Luna13 Galeria presents the exhibition “A Collage of drawings” that shows a fantastic collection of great Spanish artist Uriel Segui’s drawings.

 

Murillo: The Self-Portraits

until 21 May | The National Gallery | London

Marking the 400th anniversary of his birth, the National Gallery will be holding an exhibition that celebrates one of the most influential painters of the Spanish Golden Age: Bartolomé Esteban Murillo

 

PICASSO 1932: LOVE, FAME, TRAGEDY

until 9 Sep | Tate Modern | London

Considered to be one of the most significant shows Tate Modern has ever staged, this monographic exhibition will take visitors on a month by month journey through one of the most pivotal times in Picasso’s life and work.