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Graphic Constellation

Tour of the exhibition "Graphic Constellation" for senior citizens

With or Without Sugar: Conversations in Museums

As part of a programme of tours for senior citizens organised by a group of Barcelona museums, the CCCB is holding a guided tour of the exhibition "Graphic Constellation", followed by a talk.

From 1 February to 15 March 2023, a group of museums in the city are organising "Amb sucre o sense" (With or Without Sugar), a programme of seven Wednesday-afternoon talks aimed at senior citizens. The proposal includes a separate tour of each museum, followed by the chance to talk further about the museum's exhibitions. People who wish to take part don't require any previous knowledge of the subject matter of each session, just the desire to share the knowledge that comes from their own experience.

On 8 March, the CCCB is holding a guided tour of the exhibition "Graphic Constellation". Bàrbara Alca, Marta Cartu, Genie Espinosa, Ana Galvañ, Nadia Hafid, Conxita Herrero, María Medem, Miriampersand and Roberta Vázquez make up the constellation of creative universes that is this exhibition. Nine artists who experiment with styles and languages, who break with comic-book conventions, and share a critical and humorous view of the world.

Programme of talks

1 February, Museu d’Arqueologia de Catalunya
The thread of history

8 February, Barcelona Maritime Museum
Lives on board a transatlantic liner

15 February, Joan Miró Foundation
Joan Miró: women and birds

22 February, Barcelona Contemporary Art Museum-MACBA
Poetics and politics in the MACBA Collection

1 March, Picasso Museum
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, the Cubist art dealer. Picasso Celebration 1973-2023

8 March, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona-CCCB
Exhibition: “Graphic Constellation”

15 March, Barcelona Natural Science Museum
The young ladies of the Museum. History of the women working at the Barcelona Natural Science Museum 

This activity is part of Graphic Constellation

Upcoming activities at the CCCB