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  • FAB Festival

    Book your weekend for the Anime Festival!

    September, 26 and 27, 5 pm

    The Guggenheim Bilbao Museum is playing host to the 4th Bilbao Anime Festival. This year, the Festival will offer fewer, more intimate activities, such as the screening at the Museum Auditorium of a recent film for all audiences in every session.

  • Shared Reflections

    Lee Krasner

    September 23 and 30, 6:00 pm

    Unique tours led by professionals from the Museum’s Curatorial and Educational areas, which offer different perspectives on the contents of new exhibitions.

  • Loraldia

    Chomsky + Petti

    October 4, 12:30 noon and 5:30 pm

    Enjoy two of the activities of the 6th Loraldia Festival. In the morning, a concert by Petti & Banda, with lyrics by Harkaitz Cano paying tribute to American linguist, philosopher and political thinker Noam Chomsky.

  • Trips – CANCELLED

    Olafur Eliasson

    October 4–11, 2020
    For Members only

    On the occasion of the exhibition dedicated to Olafur Eliasson, we will visit the Scandinavian capitals in the wake of the Danish-Icelandic artist

  • Loraldia

    Zaharkitze Programatua

    October 11, 12:30 noon

    Loraldia Festival is back with one of its most popular activities: a workshop to discuss the future with the help of music, literature, and bertsolaritza (Basque verse recital).

  • Interviews with Lee Krasner

    Screening

    October 22, Screenings at 5:15 pm and 6:30 pm

    Screening of Lee Krasner: In Her Own Words, a short documentary including very intimate interviews with the artist and archive material introduced by Chris Crosman, Nancy Miller and Larry Rivers, among others.

  • Lecture

    Lee Krasner: The Illuminated Shadow

    October 29, 6:30–7:30 pm (access from 6:00 pm)

    Art critic and historian Francisco Javier San Martín—Chair of History and Theory of Art at the University of the Basque Country–UPV/EHU—will analyze Lee Krasner’s multiple, enriching contributions to contemporary painting debates,