Now open to the public, the prison, modelled on Bentham’s panopticon, gives insight into the tumultuous history of working class uprisings


8 Feb
30 Mar


2 Feb
23 Mar


13 Jan
9 Mar

Contributing editor Max Andrews looks back on 2017, from turbulence in the Catalan capital to Pierre Huyghe’s masterwork in Münster

Protests against housing inequality, tourism and a colonialist past have been roiling across the Catalan capital

Adrià Julià, ‘Hot Iron’, 2016-17, installation view, Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró. Courtesy: Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona; photograph: Pere Pratdesaba

Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona

Equipo Palomar, No es homosexual simplemente el homófilo sino el segado por el falo perdido (The homophile is not just homosexual, but the man blinded by the lost phallus, 2016), production still. Courtesy: the artists 

Contributing editor Max Andrews selects the best shows in the city

A night at Ricardo Bofill's Barcelona high-rise, Walden 7

Galeria Toni Tàpies, Barcelona, Spain

Ramon Masats, Les Rambles, Barcelona, 1956. Courtesy: the artist.

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Spain