Since we moved to Madrid, Colette and I haven’t stayed long at home, that’s why we have had little time to update the blog. But here we are again to speak to you about one of the last places we visited, the kind of plan with your dogs when you can’t go to the park because, for example, it’s raining.
Colette and I went to see a painting exhibition at the “BAT Art Gallery”, a gallery where well-behaved pets are welcome, as its kind managers Alberto Cornejo and Mariam Alcaraz told us. What’s more, if you go to the Art Gallery it’s likely that Greta, the nice and sociable dog of the Gallery, greets you first. It’s such a lovely dog that even has a board with letters and photos from her fans ^_^
The BAT Art Gallery, which celebrated its 30 anniversary in 2016, is dedicated to the national and international promotion, edition and exhibition of contemporary artists, with exhibitions of both painting and sculpture, as well as original graphic work. We went to see the “¿Qué hubo? (What was there?) exhibition of the Spanish painter, drawer and illustrator Perico Pastor, an exhibition already closed, but there are constantly new exhibitions in the gallery, that you can check on its website www.galeriabat.com
So while humans enjoyed art, Colette and Greta were happily running and playing around. One more chance to spend time with our dogs and thanks to those places like the BAT Art Gallery.
And you, have you taken your dogs to art galleries? What plans do you make with your dogs on rainy and cold days?
We’d love to hear from you in the comments of this post. Thank you very much!