Next April 6th at 12:00 pm, architecture will reach the eighth art with MIES, a graphic novel carried out by the architect. The comic of Agustín Ferrer Casas will be presented at the Mies Pavilion. This work has had a prologue by Norman Foster himself and is the fruit of years of research by his author. An event The next day, April 7 at 10 in the morning, the MNACTEC in Terrassa organizes an open day. Apart from its considerable museum collection, it is a good opportunity to appreciate its own: Aymerich, Amat and Jover steam, a major work by Lluís Moncunill, one of the most interesting architects of the moment. On April 9th at the Espai Picasso of the COAC, the exhibition "Lina Bo Bardi a Bahia" is inaugurated, which includes works by the architect in this city in an unknown stage but vital to understand other more famous proposals of the architect. The show has been designed by Carla Zollinger and can be visited until May 19. On Sant Jordi we can pause to read the books that we have bought at the Mies Pavilion: a good time to compare it with its representation in the comic that is presented a few days before, as well as to acquire some of the publications of the Foundation to your bookstore. To finish the events of the month, April 30, at 1:30 p.m., the architect Lola Domènech will give a lecture at the School of Architecture of La Salle under the title "Intangibles". Lola Domènech is author of several remarkable projects of public space (such as the reform of the Passeig de Sant Joan) and is part of the team that reforms the Rambla de Barcelona. In the chapter of exhibitions, we remind you that you can still visit "Liberxina" at the MNAC, an exhibition about the beginnings of Pop Art in our house linked also to the May 68 explosion. The exhibition will be open until 22 April Remember that in the lobby of the COAC, until May 5, you can visit (and you can do yours) the exhibition "Letters to the Mayor", which presents some thirty letters (and / or artistic interventions) directed at alcalde of Barcelona. It is an interactive exhibition that allows it to be configured by the visitor, who can also become part of the exhibition by writing his own letter. The show includes the "Letters to the mayor" initiative that Eva Franch promoted when he was at the front of the New York Storefront Gallery.