What is the best art show you can book on your Spanish trip?

In the autumn months, the offer of cultural and leisure activities in Madrid resumes its activity after the summer holiday season has passed, and in this sense, the exhibitions occupy a prominent place.

This year, due to the Covid19 health crisis, cultural events such as temporary exhibitions have maintained an atypical situation from which we are already beginning to emerge gradually, and due to general vaccination, we are returning to normal. In this article, you will see some of your favorite art shows on

In this way, we will gradually be able to see exhibitions of international interest in Madrid to which we are already accustomed, although visits continue with certain limitations, such as limited capacity.

Treasures from the exhibition of the Thyssen-Bornemisza family collection

On the occasion of the baron’s centenary, at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, you can visit the exhibition Treasures of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Family, with 20 artistic jewels from the original collection before it is scattered among his heirs. Also, you can’t miss billy elliot.

In this way you can see pieces of the highest quality of German and Dutch gold works from the 16th and 17th centuries; sculptures from the Italian and German Renaissance; Italian Baroque rock crystal sculptures; oil paintings from various seventeenth-century art schools and an extraordinary 18th-century German trunk.

You can visit this original exhibition until January 23, 2022.

Magritte exhibition at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

From September 14 you can visit a retrospective exhibition at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum dedicated to René Magritte, a great surrealist painter characterized by work with very repetitive themes and countless variations.

In this sample, you can see 90 works and you can visit it until January 30, 2022.

Yoko Ono’s wish tree

The collaborative project Wish Tree arrives for the first time in Madrid, a unique initiative of Yoko Ono who turns 25 today. This unique exhibition, which has so far gathered more than a million wishes from around the world, now aspires to cherish hundreds of paper fantasies in the orange branches of the Lázaro Galdiano Museum’s Parque Florido garden. Once they flourish, the museum will send all the handwritten wishes of the people of Madrid to the Japanese artist.


The illustrator Roberto Maján fills the La Fiambrera Art Gallery with color with “Apotheosis”: an exhibition of almost fifty watercolors that claim to be a tribute to the artist’s cultural influences and references.

Visitors will recognize characters from the world of music, literature, and art such as Federico García Lorca, Madonna, Bob Dylan, Virginia Woolf, Morrissey, Montgomery Clift, or Oscar Wilde, immersed in the peculiar and aesthetic universe of Maján.

Meet Vincent Van Gogh

You have never had an experience like this before Van Gogh. Instead of standing and looking at each of his incredible and iconic paintings, imagine stepping inside each one. Exactly what you can do in this captivating experience, an exhibition that will take place in the new Ibercaja de Delicias space for which you can now buy tickets.