See + Do
The city of Gaudí has countless art gems. Four to get you started.
DHUB: In this design center’s new zinc-and-glass building, Les Glòries, what was formerly a disparate web of craft, textiles, ceramics, and graphic-design collections will be housed under one roof.
Parc Güell: For a concentrated dose of Antoni Gaudí, take a stroll through this whimsical garden complex built in the early 1900’s on a hill overlooking the city in Gràcia.
Fundació Joan Miró: Hidden among the trees of Montjuïc, architect Josep Lluis Sert’s gleaming white structure shows off six prolific decades of works by native surrealist Joan Miró.
MACBA: Richard Meier’s 1995 stucco building contains an impressive collection of 20th-century and contemporary art: Clemente, Fontana, Matta-Clark, Tàpies.