Events for 4 Mar 2017 › Culture
Fear and Love presents installations by some of the most innovative designers and architects working today, including Andrés Jaque's Intimate Strangers.
For its second edition the Vault Film Festival brings the best in shorts from all over the world, including very exciting Spanish titles, curated by Niger Asije, editor of the New Current. Events during the festival will include Spanish shorts and documentaries from: 28th Jan / Zero Tolerance / Arturo Salmero / Fiction 29th Jan / […]
The Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow (CCA) will host the exhibition Forms of Action, in which the Spanish artist and researcher Asunción Molinos is showing her work ‘Contestador’.
Eight weeks course focused on the roles and representations of women in Spanish Cinema, analysing the empowerment proccess from the 40s until now.
These books were alive; they spoke to me! is an exhibition of printed matter and performance works by artist Dora García
The play has four characters who know what they want and tussle with freedom, truth, women’s place, identity and trust to get there in a context in which relations between the Islamic and European powers are tense and difficult
An exhibition of Antoni Tàpies (1923–2012) is been displayed at Timothy Taylor. It presents in London some works that have never been shown outside of Spain before.
After the success of Blood Wedding last year, the Cervantes Theatre presents Darwin’s Tortoise, its second production this year.
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
100 Years of Roca | 100 Years of Design explores the dynamic connection between marketing communications and the evolution of Roca, from its origins in 1917 as a family workshop in Barcelona, to becoming a global bathroom company.
Two young Spanish artists and one venue: Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra in collaboration with Acción Cultural Española. The conductor Asier Puga will head up a concert in which the pianist Juan Carlos Fernández Nieto will make his London debut in Manuel de Falla’s enchanting tone poem.