The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) is a cultural center located in the Raval. The center focuses loosely on the theme of ‘urban tradition’ and models itself after artistic centers like the Pompidou or the Barbican, spaces which not only showcase contemporary art, but also host activities and provide educational spaces. The CCCB hosts film festivals, lectures, music and film events and several major exhibitions a year, including ‘World Press Photo’, an annual exhibition of photojournalism that stops in Barcelona each December on an international tour. The museum was opened in 1994 in the former almshouse, Casa de la Caritat, which functioned from 1802 to 1957. The CCCB has 15,000 square metres of space (4000 of which are devoted to gallery space).

Gandules 2012

Image courtesy of CCCB

The CCCB presents a new edition of Gandules, its high-brow take on the open-air cinema experience that is now in its 10th year more


Pantalla Global

Pantalla Vigilancia © CCCB / Benet Román – La Chula Productions

'The Global Screen' exhibition at the CCCB overwhelms and enthralls with its interactive digital images more


The season of open-air cinema continues with the return of 'Gandules' at the CCCB more


The exhibition 'El Segle de Jazz' is a crash course in the ever evolving, ever cool musical genre. Read our web exclusive review more


As part of the Grec Festival, city buildings, parks, streets and plazas in Barcelona, Mataró, Sabadell and Sitges will fill with dance for five straight days more