Have you heard of the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art? It’s a bright cumulonimbus cloud designed by Richard Meier in the western part of the old city. Their current exhibition is a major event in Barcelona photography. The space devoted to the first group in the exhibition (Eastern LGBT, 2004-2006 and Dom Dziecka’s The house starves when you are away, 2008) is a kind of pantheon reached by a spacious, square anteroom occupied by Eastern LGBT, which leads into a stunning semi-circular room where the curators have displayed the work of Dom Dziecka.
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