1,000 m2 of desire can be seen at CCCB until March 2017

Commented visits to the CCCB exhibition on architecture and sexuality

The visits take place every Saturday and Sunday morning

If you’re one of those museum goers who prefer to have the exhibition explained to you by an expert, Barcelona’s Centre de Cultura Contemporània (CCCB) has something interesting for you. Every Saturday and Sunday morning at 11.30am, you can take part in a commented visit  to the popular exhibition that has been running since October titled 1,000 m2 of desire. Architecture and sexuality, which explores the power that architecture exercises as a driver of sexual desire.

If you’re interested in taking part in a guided visit, the cost is included in the regular price of admission to CCCB, though they are only carried out in Spanish on Saturdays and Catalan on Sundays.

Curated by Adélaïde de Caters and Rosa Ferré, the exhibition features some of the architectural projects that have subverted traditional models of sexuality and advocated utopias of sexual cohabitation and the private spaces that were designed purely for pleasure. It also argues that architecture, as the physical design of a space and setting, makes up a substantial part of our sexual fantasies.1.000 m2 of desire can be seen at CCCB until 19 March.

Commented visits to the exhibition 1.000 m2 of desire. Architecture and sexuality.
When: Every Saturday and Sunday.
Where: Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB).
Price: €6  (admission to CCCB).
Additional information is available here.

Publication date: Friday, 30 December 2016
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