We are starting this week in high spirits and cheerful to get to every opening, every event and new arrivals to the international art and cultural scene as fortunately, September is crowded with it. Autumn is a full display of great exhibitions and CloudGuide is committed to let you know the best of them in our agenda selection for this week:

  • Is you are visiting the north of Spain, try to get to Santander. This little beautiful city is where you will meet Fundación Botin and Sol Lewitt's 17 Wall Drawings 1970-2015. This is the first time to see most of the drawings, shown in premier, and will be offering visitors a unique view of the stylistic and conceptual development of wall drawing in the artist´s oeuvre. We are sure this would be a exhibition you would love to see more than once! You will have time to do it until next January 2016.
  • May be you will be in New York this week. So this is your chance to jump to the MoMA to meet Picasso, who will bethe guest star at the exhibition Picasso Sculpture, a sweeping survey of the Spanish artist’s innovative and influential work in three dimensions. This will be the first such museum exhibition in the United States in nearly half a century and will be opening next Thursday 18th.
  • Another must-see exhibition will be at Tokyo’s National Art Center, this time a retrospective by Niki de Saint Phalle, as colourful and optimistic as usual. Will open doors next Thursday.
  • And we are already finishing our review with a last call: our suggestion you should not miss this week is in Vienna and the place, the Leopold Museum, where you will be surprised to meet two artist in conversation, two radical creators we would never think to see together. Tracy Emin meets Egon Schiele in Where I want to go, in a fascinating artistic dialogue to draw interesting and not expected parallels.

Our 4 suggestions of the week are over this time. But we are sure we could be writing an endless list of art meeting as September is in this occasion, as we said before, a rentrée month with an extra of quantity and excellence in the overview. So you are invited to make suggestions too! Please feel free to tell us which exhibitions are your fav’s this season using our Social Media channels, Facebook and Twitter, or through our app heart shaped interactive buttom. Remember CloudGuide app is available on iOS and Android.

Have a great and cultural week with CloudGuide!