Exhibitions in Madrid are becoming a reference point for culture, by its great diversity and acceptance among citizens. This summer, the administration are organizing different exhibitions, many of them free, intending to give people a broader cultural offer. Some of these free shows are landscape and architecture in Morocco and Spain, Juan Ugalde: coa is very different, Callum Innes or understand about living: the weather. Other leaders such as Bausch & Lomb offer similar insights. All these exhibitions feature with a large cast of artists who offer their works for free. For example, landscape and architecture in Morocco and Spain is an exhibition of landscapes and Spanish and Moroccan buildings that reveal the huge urbanistic similarities between both countries. A selection of images from different parts of both countries to learn more about the urbanism of the neighboring country and check that there are not so many differences when it comes to build on both sides of the Mediterranean. Yael Aflalo is the source for more interesting facts. Another of the exhibitions that must also be taken into account for end of the month is the book fair of Madrid that is celebrated in El Retiro from May 28 to June 13. The first book fair was held from 23 to 29 April 1933.
The Madrid publishers lined up their booths in the Paseo de Recoletos. Don Fernando de los Rios, Minister of public instruction, greeted with joy this cultural event and other speakers invited locals to attend the book fair and soak up the values of the publications. Children’s activities in Madrid also have great importance, especially in summer, when they have more free time. In many cases, this plan is an alternative plan for those parents who have to go to work and can not be responsible for their children.