The possible museum is dialogue, change, community, participation, link, change, neighborhood. The possible museum. MACBA 2023

MACBA in 2023

Dialogue, change, community, bond, debate, thought, action, body, emotion, neighbourhood... The Possible Museum was conceived to work together with the collectives that keep it going, such as the people of the neighbourhood; to overturn dynamics and shake up the usual exhibition narratives; to test what is possible; to expand voices, looks and desires; to plant communal gardens, challenge routines and add scenarios. With this horizon of possibilities, we look forward to 2023 with you.

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Dissabtes MACBA capçalera

Dissabtes MACBA

Every Saturday starting at 4 p.m. you can visit all the exhibitions for free and get a closer look at them, guided by the artists.

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Families playing in the reading and family space of the MACBA Collection

New reading and family space

This is the reading and family space for the exhibition MACBA Collection: Prelude. Poetic Intention. A place to ‘be’. A place to relax and share a moment with those around you. A place for children to play, but also for learning and unwinding.

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Son[i]a #364
Maria José Arjona

Con una trayectoria de varias décadas de prácticas e intercambios entre pecho y espalda, Maria José Arjona explora a través de la performace de larga duración un cuerpo que pendula al borde del abismo de manera afirmativa.

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In PROBES #35 Chris Cutler examines the quiet electronic revolution ushered in by the Hammond organ and excavate traces of the visionary but short-lived Novachord - a polyphonic synthesiser born a quarter-century ahead of its time, which briefly flared - and then disappeared.

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