Exhibition of Antonio López in Thyssen-Bornemisza museum in Madrid
That the month of August in Madrid It is no longer the time when the city was empty, practically «Closed for holidays», is something we know very well Madrid.
What's more, the great tourist boom in Madrid During the last years, there are more and more visitors who arrive in the capital in August, together with the greater number of people from Madrid who remain there.
August, without a doubt, has become a good time for attend cultural activities for the availability of more time for it. And among the cultural activities the numerous occupy a preferential place exhibitions that take place during the month of August.
Then I will highlight three exhibitions to see in August in Madríd.
1.- Exhibition of Antonio López in the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum
Without a doubt, it is the great exhibition of the summer season. At Thyssen-Bornemisza museum You can see a complete selection of the work of the most prestigious Spanish alive, Antonio Lopez.
In fact, this exhibition has broken attendance records after its inauguration at the end of June, with long lines at the doors of the museum.
Therefore, August becomes an ideal time for visit the exhibition of Antonio López, due to the lesser influx of attendees in this holiday month. In any case, if you want to make sure you don't queue, you can book tickets online.
Human Bodies Exhibition at the Casa de Campo in Madrid
2.- Human Bodies Exhibition in the Country House
If you still haven't had the chance to See the exhibition Human Bodies, which takes place in Hall XII of the fairground of the Casa de Campo, August is a good month to visit, and I point out that it is very suitable for you to take your children.
In this Human Bodies exhibition, which is presented in a very didactic way, you can see complete human bodies and up to 150 pieces of individual organs, which is possible after being treated by the plastination process.
Teotihuacan exhibition the city of the gods at CaixaForum in Madrid
3.- Teotihuacan Exhibition in CaixaForum
This exhibition has just opened in the CaixaForum of the Paseo del Prado in Madrid.
Teotihuacan, the city of the gods It presents us with up to 400 objects from the famous pre-Hispanic city, which come from various museums in Mexico.
If you have still had the opportunity to visit these archaeological remains, as is my case, it is a great opportunity to have a first approach to what Teotihuacan means in pre-Hispanic culture.