Autumn sets in Madrid to the rhythm of exciting concerts, iconic exhibitions, and charming terraces that witness every idyllic sunset. But before that, let’s seize the moment and discover the talent of Robert Doisneau, the Parisian photographer who went down in history for a stolen kiss, at the Fundación Canal (calle Mateo Inurria, 2). This exhibition showcases the man behind the camera; an enduring myth that comes alive very close to your elegant Flat Sweet Home High Serrano. Continue Reading
Madrid begins this October with a lively social life that’ll make you get out of your comfortable Flat Sweet Home apartment to experience new horizons in leisure. For instance, trendy music will flood the city at the most authentic festival in Madrid. In different venues around the city, Villamanuela unfolds the electronic talent of Death in Vegas, the elegance of John Grvy, the mythical Kraut Rock, Faust, and an endless array of good music, activities for foodies, and shopping tours. Continue Reading
Reach age 35, makes us ask ourselves if we are still young, or if we are already a little older, in the case of ARCOmadrid reaches this age in good shape but with much know-how. The fair celebrates this anniversary with an exceptional and one-of-a-kind edition. For the first time ever, some of the most prestigious galleries in the world will coincide at the Fair, making it a unique date on the international calendar.
In total, 221 galleries from 27 countries will participate: 167 form part of the General Programme; 18 of Solo Projects, and 18 of Opening. They will be joined by a new addition in the shape of some thirty great names from the international gallery scene that will make up the commemorative programme, Imagining Other Futures.
In addition, ARCOmadrid will also focus on the rising talents of contemporary art, with 98 proposals dedicated to one or two artists, consolidating the fair as a benchmark for the discovery and research of new artists. From February 24th to 28th in IFEMA.
Priscilla is not a woman, it’s a bus! Who can forget the adventures of three friends artists who travel the Australian desert aboard a rickety bus, which names the musical-van while representing her show Drag. This fascinating musical offers more than 40 artists on stage, 500 stunning costumes, 200 wigs and delusional real bus on stage.
The audience will enjoy greatest hits of disco, from Tina Turner to Madonna, we can say that this music is the soundtrack is the most danced in all of history. It is a continuous parade of songs and choreography that make the musical “feelgood” par excellence.
This musical will fascinate the public until the end of February at the Theatre Alcalá. Flat Sweet Home recomienda
About to celebrate 150 years since the birth of this great artist, CentroCentro offers a retrospective, through 100 pieces runs the entire career of this master of abstract art. The exhibition runs through key periods of the life of Kandinsky, from the early years in Germany, through his years in Russia and ending with their stay in France, through fundamental works as Alte Stadt II (old town II, 1902), Mühle, Im Grau (in grey, 1919), Holland (mill, Netherlands, 1904), Gelb-Rot-Blau (yellow-red – blue, 1925) and Entassement règle (colorful set 1938). Until February 28th 2016 Flat Sweet Home recommends
A group exhibition that brings together the work of 23 Spanish and Latin American war photographers, who share over time, not only times of danger but above all a questioning look. It is not easy to see, but is a must. At Conde Duque until January 31th 2016. Flat Sweet Home recommends
Los hermanos Karamazov, la gran novela de Dostoievski fue siempre un reto en la mente de José Luis Collado y Gerardo Vera, quienes se encargaron de adaptar la obra y dirigir y actores como Juan Echanove en este “monumento a la compasión humana y a la comprensión de la naturaleza oscura de los hombres”. Hasta el 10 de enero en el Centro Dramático Nacional-Teatro Valle Inclán. Flat Sweet Home recomienda
Hasta el 29 de diciembre, los amantes de la ópera podrán disfrutar en el Teatro Real, de esta magnífica ópera de Verdi, con la que el compositor comenzó una etapa de estilo más libre. Estrenada en La Fenice de Venecia, la puesta en escena actual busca mostrarnos cuán bajo puede caer un ser humano movido por el miedo. Flat Sweet Home recomienda