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Photography, Visual Arts

Pablo Genovés: Tides

1 Mar - 30 Aug
St Paul’s Cathedral | London

Spanish artist Pablo Genovés’ project Tides is on display in St Paul's Cathedral until 30 August as part of the international collaboration Just Water

Visual Arts

Viva! 2017 – Visual Art La Movida

14 Apr - 17 Jul
HOME Theatre | Manchester

The brand dedicated to Visual arts is focused on the artistic and socio-cultural movement La Movida of post - Franco Spain. The exhibition, curated by Sarah Perks, is going to show some of the representative aspects that characterised this period. Excess, clubbing, drugs, artistic freedom, gay rights, pornography …, will be at the core of an exhibition that represents the early 80s in Madrid.

Photography, Visual Arts

Jordi Ruiz Cirera: The United Soya Republic

22 Apr - 3 Jun
Francesca Maffeo Gallery | Leigh on Sea, Essex

Francesca Maffeo Gallery presents ‘The United Soya Republic’ by Jordi Ruiz Cirera, a journey through the heartlands of the Southern Cone’s agribusiness

Visual Arts

Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors

28 Apr - 25 Aug
Gagosian | London

Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors, curated by Sir John Richardson examines the intersection of Picasso's bullfighting imagery with his mythological and biographical compositions of the 1930s.

Painting, Visual Arts

Elena García de la Fuente Solo Show

6 May - 28 May
The Last Supper Gallery | London

The Last Supper presents a solo show by Elena García de la Fuente, whose paintings explore certain codes of behaviour inside the museum in a playful manner

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Science in the Classroom

‘Science in the Classroom’ is a programme organised by the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) and the Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs of the Embassy of Spain in London…

The five global scientific challenges in “Science in the Classroom”

Last 24th February, a new session of “Science in the Classroom” was held in the Spanish School Vicente Cañada Blanch with the participation of Fernando González Zalba, senior researcher in Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, who introduced the “Five global scientific challenges for future researchers”.