Fans of the avant-garde artist Konrad Fischer can who want to pass by the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona during your stay in a hotel in Barcelona with such view with the probability of being seen. This exhibition, which will be open to the public until October 12, includes an entire section dedicated to the early creations of the German painter, when he worked with Konrad Lueg, the surname of his mother’s maiden name. Fischer lived from 1939 until 1996 and studied in Dusseldorf with other famous artists like Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke. When he painted under the surname of Lueg, Fischer created pieces that were focused on sports images and the use of grounds of series, as explain the organizers of the event, who also argue that you became one of the biggest influences of conceptual art in the decades of 1960 and 1970. Outside exhibition opening section, the focus is on the last parts of his career, when he collaborated with several artists and used his own gallery in Dusseldorf to display the works of artists such as Giovanni Anselmo and Mario Merz. Art enthusiasts can access Macba from 11 up to 20 hours from Monday to Friday, except on Tuesdays which is when closed, and Thursday and Friday is also open until midnight. The entry is allowed enters the 10 and 20 hours on Saturdays and between 10 am and 3 p.m. Sundays. The price of admission is 6, or 7.50 to see all the collections of the Museum. For more information go to the official website of the Museum or call the (34) 93 412 14 13. LateRooms.com anticipated that there will be a high demand for hotels in Barcelona due to the exposure with the probability of being seen and the recommendation that those who go to visit the Museum who book their stay as soon as possible.