Keen on finding the missing link between Baldessari’s pure beauty and Deleuze’s theory of the anomalous? Or perhaps argue that Matta-Clark’s building intersections can be twice as fun if you’re reading an essay on MACBA’s pristine building? Or maybe just create a playlist of all the MACBA’s mp3 lectures you are planning to listen this weekend… Either way, when it comes to the Itineraries it’s really up to you to curate, collect, and provide the meta-reading on MACBA’s rich digital heritage.

Itineraries are one of the key features in MACBA’s new website: they’re collections of content available at, as chosen by you under any given concept. Each Itinerary enables you to collect whatever content under an initial concept or idea, be it a “Top 10 favourite MACBA exhibitions,” a re-reading on the International Situationism or an homage to Richard Hamilton.
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