Events for 2 Dec 2017 › Culture
This exhibition examines the work and legacy of influential Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga, with over 100 pieces crafted by ‘the master’ of couture, his protégées and contemporary fashion designers working in the same innovative tradition
This exhibition, including works by Spanish artist Roman Lokati, explores seven pivotal migration moments in Britain’s migration history. Some brought people together, others moved people apart; all had a profound effect on individuals who lived through them – and on the country as a whole.
The Wallace Collection presents El Greco to Goya - Spanish Masterpieces from The Bowes Museum, the first London exhibition of Spanish art from The Bowes Museum in County Durham, including works by Goya and El Greco.
This unique exhibition examines the relationship between Salvador Dali and the father of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp. It is the first show dedicated to their friendship and the mutual influence on their work, exploring the common ground, both personal and aesthetic.
The Spanish Theatre Company continues their mission to stage all of Federico García Lorca’s plays with a new production of The House of Bernarda Alba, the story of a family of women in 1930s Spain, dominated and repressed by the matriarch Bernarda Alba.
A Tale on the Mile, the work of Spanish photographer based in Edinburgh David Guillén, is a harmony of original photography and text that explores the personalities and places on one of the most historically vibrant streets in Scotland: The Royal Mile.
Hospitality on the Pilgrim Road to Santiago de Compostela is a collection of 48 photographs, taken over a period of 26 years by Manuel G. Vicente.
Your Consequences Have Actions is Saelia Aparicio’s first major exhibition in a public gallery in the UK, bringing together newly commissioned works made especially for The Tetley with a selection of existing works.
Six Spanish artists show their work at No 20 gallery in association with Galeria Carles Taché from Barcelona: Miguel Ángel Campano, Santi Moix, Javier Pérez, Guillermo Pfaff, Vicky Uslé and Javier Arce.