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Nearly 200 black-and-white and colour images from 46 photographers from the prestigious Magnum agency offer a panorama of the world of play. The friendly side [...]
An exhibition that brings us an in-depth look at the ground-breaking figures of modern dance through seven choreographers and dancers: Isadora Duncan, Loïe Fuller, Josephine [...]
Espacio XR offers the latest products in devices and content related to Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR) and Virtual Reality (VR), and a place [...]
From mobile phone to the internet and thence to the walls of Espacio Fundación Telefónica in Madrid. This was the route of the images that [...]
Long-distance communications have undergone a major transformation since the 19th century. Telegrams, manual switchboards, eight-kilometre lines and landlines have evolved to the instantaneous, constant, global [...]
Five video installations from the American artist in which she transform the architectural space through digital animations.
The fascination aroused by the red planet is the protagonist of this exhibition, which reflects on the possible arrival of man.
This exhibition seeks to popularize the architect’s work and his vision of the future while revealing his sources of inspiration. The exhibition underlines the continuity [...]
Espacio Fundación Telefónica Madrid is updating its exhibits and presents the Virtual Reality Space, the first space open to everyone where they can experience virtual [...]
This show revolves around three-dimensional printing technology and its impact on disciplines as varied as medicine, fashion, gastronomy and architecture. If offers the broadest possible [...]
Light, small, easy to handle and carry, the Leica camera could take spontaneous shots with a dynamism that was impossible up until then. We are [...]
Ada Lovelace was a woman of privileged intelligence, a bold visionary who lived a life that, in many respects, bucked the trends of her era. [...]
Elrich presents two of his most representative installations at the Ephemeral Certainties exhibition: Nest of Clouds and Changing Rooms.
This exhibition gives us an insight into one of the most famous illusionists of all times. It traces the history of modern magic from fairground [...]
A fascinating journey that starts at the dawn of sound recording with equipment such as Scott de Martinville's phonautograph and Thomas A. Edison's phonograph.
A history of the recording and playing of music over the years; a fascinating journey that starts at the dawn of sound recording with pieces [...]
The collection traces a journey through Hitchcock's life, his icons, the collaborators who brought quality to his work, his portrayal of women, the way he [...]
This exhibition traces the life of the Russian scientist Lev Sergeyevich Termen and his inventions, concentrating on a particularly fascinating one, the theramin.
This exhibition traces the life of the Russian scientist Lev Sergeyevich Termen and his inventions, but concentrates on the invention of the theremin.
200 years ago, Lord Byron, John Polidori, Percy and Mary Shelley shared a lugubrious evening at Villa Diodati. Ideas emerged from this evening that [...]
'In The Footsteps Of Inge Morath. Gazes On The Danube' is an exhibition of photographs from Inge Morath and eight contemporary photographers inspired by the [...]
A retrospective curated by Luis Pérez-Oramas which focuses on the individuality of an artist who escapes classification. A new appraisal of the Uruguayan painter ranging [...]
Did you know that the Telefónica building was the first skyscraper to be built in Spain? It was also the tallest building in Europe for [...]
Pablo Valbuena studied Architecture and worked in various video game and film studios and architectural practices in Holland, Canada, the United States and Spain, where [...]
The exhibition is aimed at a broad audience and features some 70 paintings, photographs, works on paper and sculptures by Spanish and international artists. The [...]
Verne is the source of the curiosity, sense of adventure, discovery and knowledge of many readers who, on reaching adult age, hoped to attempt what [...]
Fundación Telefónica Space will be the home of some of these living and fossilized Strandbeest between 23 October 2015 and 17 January 2016. Ordis, Currens [...]
Did you think that Telefónica’s technological heritage only comprised switchboards, telephones or different types of cabling? Then think again: among the more than 10,000 objects [...]
Fundación Telefónica has put together a collection of designs by Alberto Corazón spanning over fifty years. There is no area of graphic or industrial design [...]
An exhibition curated by Alejandro Castellote that invites the viewer on a retrospective tour using the constellation of themes that make up Luis González Palma's [...]
Movement, low resolution, light and abstraction, perception, space and memory invade the ‘Jim Campbell. Rhythms of Light’ exhibition, the first retrospective in Spain of the [...]
Is data the new oil, a source of potentially limitless wealth? The ammunition loading the weapons of mass surveillance? Or must data be, above all, [...]
Ever since the Earth cooled over 4,500 billion years ago, our planet has undergone numerous and very varied changes. The formation of continents and oceans [...]
This exhibition pays tribute to Ángela Ruiz Robles (Doña Angelita), a Spanish schoolteacher who taught from the 1920s to the 1960s in Galicia; a woman [...]
'Dibujante Ambulante' might be regarded as the ‘making of’ the most important part of Roca’s work and hence a visit is essential not only to [...]
The North-American inventor of Serbian origin, Nikola Tesla (Smiljan, an area with a Serbian majority in what is now Croatia 1856-New York, 1943) was a [...]
With this exhibition, Adrià chronicles his creative process during the 25 years he was running El Bulli with the aim of awakening anyone’s creative potential.
‘Telephonists: the World in their Hands’ pays homage to the key role that these women played in developing communications in Spain and, indeed, the world.
The exhibition ‘Arissa. The Shadow and the Photographer, 1922-1936’ aims to resurrect the figure of Antoni Arissa, one of the most outstanding Spanish representatives of [...]
This exhibition unveils a very personal, emotional and evocative dimension of the artist’s work.