See Kameric and Salaa's latest show in Catalonia
People travelling to Barcelona on a solo holiday should visit some of the city's incredible art galleries, such as the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Catalan capital is a very cultural city, with many art galleries, theatres and poetry readings going on throughout it.
First opening in 1997, Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art is the leading place to see modern art in the city.
The contemporary art gallery has a vast range of programmes coming up, including one by Sejla Kameric and Anri Salaa called 1395 Days Without Red, which will open in October this year and run until next January.
This exhibition will investigate the relationship between the topography of a town and the things that go on in it.
Focusing on Sarajevo in the early 90s, the artwork takes the form of a film, which "is an individual journey into a collective past," according to the art gallery.
The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art is open from 11am to either 7.30 or 8pm - depending on the season - and entry costs to the whole museum costs €7.50.