National Art Museum of Catalonia unveils 2022 program
William Turner, Carracci, Feliu Elias, Anglada Camarasa and Mey Rahola among highlights
The National Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) unveiled its 2022 program on Monday, featuring a dozen exhibitions that will bear the fruit of international collaborations as well as showcasing and rediscovering local artists.
May will see the opening of a William Turner exhibition, in partnership with the Tate in London, while in July MNAC will exhibit all of Annibale Carracci's Mural Paintings from the Herrera Chapel for the first time, in collaboration with the Barberini Museum in Potsdam and the Prado Museum in Madrid.
Catalan artists that will feature include photographer Mey Rahola, and painters Feliu Elias and Hermenegild Anglada Camarasa. These three exhibitions, as well as other projects, are the result of closer working relations with a network of museums in Catalonia.
This year the museum says it is placing special emphasis on making women artists visible.
For more information, visit museunacional.cat.