The precursor to a new permanent collection at MNAC, this exhibition follows the evolution of Catalan art from 1950 to 1975––a crucial period in the development of modern Catalan art. The exhibition seeks to highlight this important period and to display works that previously have gone without a museum space of their own. The exhibition begins after Dau al Set, the first artistic movement in Catalunya following WWII, and continues until the end of Franco’s era, chronologically cataloging the details of those 25 years, tracing cultural and political developments alongside the works and showing how they affected artists of the time. Each room is dedicated to a different year, displaying sculptures, paintings, documentaries and illustrations from the period’s artists. It’s an eclectic collection, from Antoni Clavé’s Hollywood film sets and costumes, and designs from the Sixties magazine Cavall Fort, to pieces from internationally recognised artists such as Miró and Tàpies. Room by room, this exhibition takes you on a trip through the history of a fascinating period in Catalan art .