If you are one of the fans of the Dada movement, you are in luck, MOMA together with Google Arts & Culture have prepared an exhibition that shows and explains the work of Sophie Taeuber-Arp. This exhibition will also delight all those determined to ostracize female artists. Sophie Taeuber-Arp studied applied arts in Munich and Hamburg and was a vital part of the avant-garde movement. Her multifaceted and logical work mixes such contradictory concepts as figuration, abstraction, Dadaism, geometric reason, craftsmanship, serenity, the origin of life.
For photography lovers, the Museo Reina Sofía has digitized its exhibition “Spanish Civil War.” This exciting exhibition allows you to find out photos by photo about the most anonymous participants in the contest, but also to visit the museum rooms virtually.
Finally, the application’s two most visited exhibitions, “The Rouen series by Monet,” that show the paintings of the Rouen Cathedral done by the impressionist artist; and “Frida Kahlo: I paint myself” an exhibition that invites us to recognize the painter, beyond the iconic figure.