A new month begins, and with it the possibility of enjoying a renewed cultural agenda. This week we suggest three exhibitions for all tastes, which we are sure you will love: 'Game of Thrones: The official exhibition' at Espacio 5.1 of Ifema; 'Madrid Gráfica' at Central de Diseño (Matadero); and 'Diego Rivera, universal artist' at Casa de México.
Game of Thrones: The official exhibition
Immerse yourself in the artistic universe of Game of Thrones, thanks to the largest official exhibition of the series held in Spain to date. From 26 October at Espacio 5.1 of Ifema, lovers of this saga will travel to the centre of the Seven Kingdoms to get to know the ins and outs of the famous HBO production. You will be able to find out what the different scenarios are like, see the unique costumes, and even live an immersive experience, through the different interactive spaces and multimedia content available, reliving some of the most emblematic moments of the fight for the Iron Throne. Buy your ticket now at this link!
At the same time, until 24 November, the capital is home to four giant statues. Thus, in Isabel II Square there is a replica of the Immaculate's helmet; in Felipe II Square the Huargo Wolf of Stark House; in Murillo Square the Lion Lannister; and in Callao Square one of the dragons of Daenerys Targaryen.
The best international graphic design meets until 15 November at the Central de Diseño (Matadero) with 'Madrid Gráfica19' which, organised by the Business Forum of Madrid, Madrid City Council and DIMAD, is celebrating its third edition under the slogan of 'Sustainable Cities'. The exhibition proposes a reflection on Innovation and Sustainability in the future city, so that the participating artists have focused on this theme when making their posters. The aim of this event is none other than to 'point out Madrid as a city of reference for graphics, an essential language for expressing reality and serving as an example of the function of design as an activity committed to the environment'.
Diego Rivera, universal artist
Image credits: Web 'Juego de Tronos: La exposición oficial'