The Moco Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands, features modern and contemporary art with a twist that underscores societal double standards and controversy.
In the old quarters of Barcelona City, the oldest gallery in Spain — the Sala Parés Gallery — features current artists.
Known as one of the greatest architects of Catalan Modernism, Antoni Gaudí's works are mostly located in Barcelona, including the temple of the Sagrada Familia.
Before becoming a universal art form, flamenco dance was deeply rooted in Spanish culture as it offered a platform to share a wide range of narratives. Now, tablao flamenco shows in Barcelona keep the tradition alive as they feature striking, foot-stomping performances.
The Fundació Joan Miró museum in Barcelona offers a range of cubist and surrealist artwork from the Barcelona-native.
Salvador Dalí designed his own museum to showcase his collection of surreal, abstract artwork.
The streets of Barcelona, Spain are filled with public art projects. Here are a couple of pieces that most tourist websites neglect to mention.
Aimed at deconstructing notions of binary gender identities, this visual-audio installation reconceptualizes early 20th-century transfeminist and queer perspectives for the present day.
This subversive art collection is a must see — but take your time touring it.
The Picasso Museum in Barcelona, Spain, presents a tribute to Lola Ruiz Picasso and her dedication to preserving her brother’s artwork.