Rather than doing an extensive guide on all-things-Madrid, I have decided to share with you my best Madrid spots once a month with only three top ones.
Hermosos y Malditos
Calle de Hermosilla, 23
+34 911 09 14 41
Plaza Canalejas, 3
10.00 to 21.30
This this shop I first visited in Lisbon, and then accidentally stumbled on in Madrid. Not only they have the most creative and witty designs, but also good quality: their t-shirts are really silky-soft! All the t-shirts are unisex.
Image credit: Fundación MAPFRE
Fundación MAPFRE: Sala Recoletos
Paseo de Recoletos, 23
General Admission: 3€
First of all, I have never visited an exhibition here that was so-so, secondly, it is not as packed as Prado or Thyssen, and the space feels more intimate. In past years I have seen here amazing exhibitions of the works of Bonnard (gathered from all over the world) and Les Fauves collection.
From February 25th, there will be a new one presented, “Return to beauty” showcasing the masterpieces of Italian art from between the wars.
Felice Casorati Ritratto di Renato Gualino [Portrait of Renato Gualino], 1923-1924 (detalle) Istituto Matteucci, Viareggio ©Felice Casorati, VEGAP, Madrid, 1917