On Sundays, starting on November 19, enjoy guided tours to the exhibition Daniel Steegmann Mangrané: A Leaf Shapes the Eye.
A Leaf Shapes the Eye is Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s first retrospective and brings together works that span twenty-five years. A choreography between space, light, objects, and people, the exhibition is an invitation to engage physically, sensorially and intellectually, and reshape our relationship with nature. Having lived in Rio de Janeiro for two decades, Steegmann Mangrané understands the rainforest as more than just a place, but as a living being that embodies the complexities of our contemporary world, whether they be environmental, political, or social, and serves as a metaphor for the delicate balance and interconnectedness of all things.
The artists and researchers Albert Gironès, Eva Paià and Marina Ribot Palliceroffer a joint tour of the exhibition in which they create a collective story and a dialogue enriched by their personal knowledge. During the tour, audio tracks will be shared to resonate in the museum and so each visitor takes a whisper of the exhibition away with them.
Tours are in Spanish on the second and fourth week of each week. Tours are in Catalan on the rest of the weeks.