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Anni Albers: Touching Vision october 6, 2017– january 14, 2018 galleries 305, 306, and 307 curated by manuel cirauqui Known primarily for her pioneering role in Fiber Art, her innovations in the treatment of weaving, and her ongoing quest to create different fabric motifs and functions, Anni Albers (b. 1899, Berlin; d. 1994, Orange, CT) was a seminal figure in redefining the role of the artist as designer. Her art was inspired by pre-Columbian cultures and modern industry, but was freed from notions of crafts and gender-specific labor. Albers studied at the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany, an avant-garde school where she also met her husband, painter Josef Albers. She moved with him to North Carolina in 1933, where they were both hired as professors at Black Mountain College, an experimental liberal arts college that crucially influenced American modernism. There, and in Connecticut in her later years, Anni Albers continued combining artistic experimentation and teaching, while also producing some of the texts that today are regarded as essential in the development of contemporary Fiber Art.

TALK ON ANNI ALBERS wednesday , october

4, 7 pm Nicholas Fox Weber, Director of The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, will examine several aspects of Anni Albers’s oeuvre. venue :

tickets:

Anni Albers Necklace, ca. 1940 Drain strainer and paper clips, length: 40.6 cm; strainer: 7.6 cm in diameter Photo: Tim Nighswander/Imaging4Art © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, vegap, Bilbao

Auditorium free at the Admissions desk and on the website

PRIZE DRAW FOR 25 DOUBLE INVITATIONS TO THE EXHIBITION OPENING Log in at www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en (Join & Support/ Museum Members/Private Area) to find out if you are one of the 25 Members who will receive a double invitation to attend the opening of the exhibition


David Hockney, Barry Humphries, 26, 27 and 28 March 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 121.9 x 91.4 cm. David Hockney Studios. © David Hockney

David Hockney: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life november 10, 2017– february gallery 105 curated by edith devaney

25, 2018

After David Hockney: A Bigger Picture, the monumental landscape exhibition that the Museum dedicated to the British artist in 2012, he turned away from painting and from his Yorkshire home to go back to Los Angeles. There he slowly began to return to the quiet contemplation of portraiture, beginning with a depiction of his studio manager. Over the ensuing months, he became absorbed by the genre and began to invite sitters from different social strata to pose for him in his studio, including friends, family members and acquaintances, studio staff, curators, other artists (such as John Baldessari), and gallery owners (such as Larry Gagosian). Each work in this exhibition is the same size and shows each sitter in the same chair, against the same vivid blue background. Furthermore, they were all painted in the same three-day timeframe. Yet Hockney’s virtuoso handling of paint

allows their differing personalities to leap off the canvas with warmth and immediacy. David Hockney’s portraits, which are painted with renewed creative vigor, offer an intimate snapshot of the Los Angeles art world and the people that have crossed paths with the artist in the past two years. Exhibition organized by the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

PRIZE DRAW FOR 25 DOUBLE INVITATIONS TO THE EXHIBITION OPENING Log in at www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en (Join & Support/ Museum Members/Private Area) to find out if you are one of the 25 Members who will receive a double invitation to attend the opening of the exhibition


Amie Siegel: Winter november 23, 2017– march 11, film & video gallery 103 curated by manuel cirauqui

2018

Amie Siegel’s Winter (2013) aims to reactivate the experience of projection through the ephemeral production of a key part of the film: the soundtrack. Through a reflection on the impact of sound in defining and modulating each dramatic moment, as well as the viewer’s mood, Siegel explores the possibilities that emerge when engaging in an open creative process, an infinite post-production. The artist works with musicians and actors performing voice-overs wherever the piece is shown, thus bringing the experience of the cinematographic image to the living, participative realm and shattering the customary distance between the screen and the audience. In Winter, the projection space often becomes a dubbing studio or concert hall where the artist and her collaborators offer different versions of the filmed story. When the film is projected without the live sound, the installation surrounding the screen highlights its relationships with the outside world, as well as the possibility of reshaping it.

Filmed in different remote places in New Zealand and its islands, the images describe the everyday life of a small utopian community located in the midst of a spectacular, deserted landscape which features a residential complex made of white shapes with smooth surfaces designed by architect Ian Athfield. In these landscapes, a series of characters who seem to have lost contact with other regions on the planet interact in an indeterminate future, perhaps after a major cataclysm. Depending on the music and the words spoken by the everchanging narrators, the story seems to shift gears or take on unexpected tinges. Thus, the works situates us in different times simultaneously: the present of the exhibition space, the past of the filmed image, and the dystopian future of the story. On the days of live performances, viewing the film becomes a unique, unrepeatable, intimate experience, making Winter a work that is indissociable with the space where it is viewed and the people who participate in it.

Amie Siegel, Winter, 2013 [still]. High definition, originally filmed on super 16-mm film, color, sound, performance, objects. Courtesy of the artist and the Simon Preston Gallery, New York. © Amie Siegel


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CONCERTS SOCIEDAD CORAL DE BILBAO thursday , september

NEW BENEFITS

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28, 8:30 pm Concert in commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the bombing of Gernika, sponsored by the Provincial Council of Biscay in collaboration with the Sociedad Coral de Bilbao. This event will serve as a backdrop for the European premiere of the musical work Everlasting Light, an anthem of peace by GreekCanadian composer Christos Hatzis. Concert cycle organized jointly by the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid), and Santa María Church of Gernika. venue : Atrium

tickets : 6 € Members, 10 € general public; available at

the Admissions desk and on the website duration : 60 min

SHOAH FOR SOLO VIOLIN AND SACRED TEMPLE friday , november

24, 6:30 pm Work for violin created by Jorge Grundman for the Holocaust Remembrance Day and performed by Vicente Cueva. Produced by the Non Profit Music Foundation. venue : Auditorium

tickets : 6 € Members, 10 € general public; available at

the Admissions desk and on the website

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TRISTAN UND ISOLDE saturday , october

28, 6 pm

Enjoy the screening of the extraordinary production of Richard Wagner’s opera Tristan und Isolde, performed at the Teatro Real, Madrid, in 2014. Produced in 2005 by Peter Sellars and conducted by Marc Piollet, it contained audiovisuals by Bill Viola. This partnership inspired several of the artist’s subsequent works as well, including Tristan’s Ascension (The Sound of a Mountain Under a Waterfall) and Fire Woman, currently on view in the Museum exhibition. Unpublished recording and archive material courtesy of Teatro Real, Madrid. venue : Auditorium

tickets : free, must be requested at the Admissions desk

or on the website approx. length: 5 h. Original version in German without subtitles


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GUIDED TOURS FOR MEMBERS ONLY

SHARED REFLECTIONS*

FREE GUIDED TOURS* [reservations required]

Discover the latest exhibitions, the behind-the-scenes installation process, and other curious details about each show on these special tours led by Museum professionals.

Get the inside scoop on our temporary exhibitions during the free guided tours for Members only. Bill Viola and Georg Baselitz tuesday , september 26 5:15 pm [basque], 5:45 pm [spanish], 6:15 pm [spanish] friday , september

29 5:15 pm [basque], 5:45 pm [spanish], 6:15 pm [spanish] sunday , october 1 11:30 pm [basque], 12:00 pm [spanish], 12:30 pm [spanish], 5:15 pm [spanish] Anni Albers tuesday , october 31 5:15 pm [basque], 5:45 pm [spanish], 6:15 pm [spanish] friday , november 3 5:15 pm [basque], 5:45 pm [spanish], 6:15 pm [spanish] sunday , november 5 11:30 pm [basque], 12:00 pm [spanish], 12:30 pm [spanish], 5:15 pm [spanish] David Hockney tuesday , november 21 5:15 pm [basque], 5:45 pm [spanish], 6:15 pm [spanish] friday , november 24 5:15 pm [basque], 5:45 pm [spanish], 6:15 pm [spanish] sunday , november 26 11:30 pm [basque], 12:00 pm [spanish], 12:30 pm [spanish], 5:15 pm [spanish] meeting point :

before tour begins

Group admissions desk, five minutes

LAGUNARTEAN* During your lunch break or the last hour of the afternoon, enjoy a guided, members-only tour followed by lunch or dinner at the Bistró Guggenheim Bilbao. You’ll be among friends. thursday , october

5: Anni Albers 16: David Hockney

thursday , november

2–4 pm €20 Members, €30 nonmember guests. Includes guided tour and lunch 7–10 pm €30 Members, €40 nonmember guests. Includes guided tour and dinner * Dates may change according to demand and availability of the service. (Check out dining options at www.guggenheimbilbao.eus)

CURATORIAL VISION Georg Baselitz. The Heroes wednesday , october 4 Petra Joos, exhibition curator Anni Albers: Touching Vision wednesday , october 25 Manuel Cirauqui, exhibition curator David Hockney: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life wednesday , november 15 Petra Joos, curator

KEY CONCEPTS Georg Baselitz. The Heroes wednesday , october 11 Luz Maguregui, Education Coordinator Anni Albers: Touching Vision wednesday , november 8 Marta Arzak, Associate Director of Education and Interpretation David Hockney: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life wednesday , november 22 Marta Arzak, Associate Director of Education and Interpretation meeting point :

Information desk 6:30–7:30 pm tickets : 2 € Members, 3 € general public (Museum admission not included); only available on the website. Maximum: 20 people per group; minimum: 8 time :

* Sponsored by Fundación Vizcaína Aguirre


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AUDIOVISUALS SCREENING AND TALK ON THE DOCUMENTARY TIEMPOS DEL TRÁNSITO friday , september

29, 6:30 pm Directed by artist Isabel María in 2014, this documentary recounts the creative process of The Passing (1991), a work where Bill Viola examines the death of his mother. With Isabel María, Viola describes the creative crises he underwent before making this piece, the only one in his entire career in which he used images from his personal life to reflect on the transition between life and death based on his own experience. The director will present the documentary, and a conversation with her will take place after the screening venue : Auditorium

tickets : 2 € Members, 4 € general public; available at

the Admissions desk and on the website length : 75 min. In English and Spanish, with Spanish subtitles

LET’S GO TO THE MOVIES! [+18] wednesdays , october

25 and november 29, 6:30 pm Practice your English skills with the collaboration of the British Council. We will watch documentaries, short films, and excerpts from feature-length films related to artists or creative disciplines and then discuss them with the help of teachers from the British Council. Check the listings on the website! venue : Zero Espazioa

tickets : available one week before each session at the

Admissions desk and on the website. Free for Museum Members and British Council students (ID required); €3 general public. Maximum: 30 people; minimum 8 (recommended: intermediate level of English or above)

ON STAGE ART AFTER DARK [+18] october

20 and november 17, 10 pm–1 am

One Friday a month, the Museum opens late in the evening for live sessions by international DJs while the galleries are open to be visited. venue :

Atrium tickets : €9 Members, €13 general public; available at the Admissions desk and on the website. For adults 18 and over (ID required); limited capacity further information: On the Museum website

GUIDED TOUR WITH ARTIST TERESA LANCETA saturday , november

25, 6 pm Artist Teresa Lanceta talks about a selection of works from the exhibition Anni Albers: Touching Vision on a one-hour tour. meeting point : Zero Espazioa tickets :

2 € Members, 3 € general public (Museum admission not included); only available on the website. Maximum: 20 people; minimum: 8

COURSE APPROACHING ART. INITIATION COURSE INTO MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART This course, taught by Juan Bosco Díaz Urmeneta with an informative more than academic approach, is targeted at individuals who want to learn more about the basic conceptual issues and references in the sphere of contemporary art. information , reservations , and registration :

on the website, as of September 19


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CREATIVE SESSIONS

TALKS AND LECTURES

This Fall, take part in this appealing creative sessions targeted at teens, young adults, and adults with the slogan “Do it yourself!

LECTURE: BILL VIOLA AND THE HISTORY OF VIDEO ART

BILL VIOLA

VIDEO CREATION WORKSHOP [+16] friday , november

10 and saturday, november 11 6:30–7:45 pm In this experimental workshop on the image, which will include a survey of creations by artists from Nam June Paik to Bill Viola and Ken Jacobs, young participants will have the chance to manipulate and edit their own films, plus learn about the first artists who did so back in the 1960s, and when and where they worked. Two-session workshop led by Travis Flint. venue : Education room tickets:

20 € Members, 24 € general public; available only on the website Maximum: 25 people; minimum: 10

ANNI ALBERS

JEWELRY DESIGN WORKSHOP [+18] tuesday , november

7 and thursday, november 9 6:30–8 pm At the experimental art school Black Mountain College where she taught for several years, Anni Albers met the student Alexander Reed, and together they dreamt up a collection of anti-luxury jewelry using unheard-of materials like paper clips, hairpins, and nuts. In this workshop, which lasts several sessions, discover alongside designer Matxalen Krug how household objects were used in those creations from the 1940s, and learn about their interpretation based on design today.

thursday , october

26, 6:30 pm John Hanhardt, Consulting Senior Curator of Film and Media Arts at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, curator of exhibitions on the pioneers of video art, and author of the monograph Bill Viola, will discuss the artist’s work and creative process, and will examine his role in the evolution of video art and the moving image. venue : Auditorium

tickets: free; available at the Admissions desk and on the

website

ENCOUNTER WITH ARTISTS: ART AND SPACE saturday , december

2 Encounters with the artists included in the exhibition Art and Space, such as Marcius Galan, Peter Halley, Agnieska Kurant, Asier Mendizabal, Ivan Navarro, and Alyson Shotz, moderated by Manuel Cirauqui, curator of the show. venue : Auditorium

tickets: free; available at Admissions desk and on the

website

venue :

Education room 20 € Members, 24 € general public; available only on the website Maximum: 25 people; minimum: 8 tickets:

TEXTILE EXPERIMENTATION WORKSHOP [+18] saturday , november

25, 10:30 am–1:30 pm Discover how Anni Albers worked with materials, and how she experimented with metal and copper thread to create her extraordinary pictorial weavings and wall hangings. Workshop led by Teresa Lanceta, an artist and fiber creation expert. venue :

Zero Espazioa tickets: 20 € Members, 24 € general public; available only on the website Maximum: 25 people; minimum: 8

Eduardo Chillida, Advice to Space V (Consejo al espacio V), 1993. Steel, 305 x 350 x 350 cm. Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa

CONVERSATION WITH JENNY HOLZER october

Conversation with artist Jenny Holzer and staff from the Museum’s Curatorial and Conservation Departments on the occasion of the recent conservation project carried out on Installation for Bilbao, in the Museum’s Collection. further information: after September 19 on the website


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REFLECTIONS wednesday , october

11 through saturday, october 14, 8:30–11:30 pm Reflections is a large-scale projection-mapping envisioned to give both locals and visitors to Bilbao a unique sensorial experience. The Museum’s organic titanium curves and glass Atrium will serve as the backdrop for a show that more

GUGGENHEIM CHASMATA monday , october

9 This pioneering, multidisciplinary initiative which merges astrogeology, music, architecture, sculpture, visual and sound art will take place in the Museum Atrium. It includes the creation and performance of four instrumental pieces for saxophone composed using big data from the orography of Mars, combined with the screening of images of the planet provided by the European Space Agency (ESA), along with a series of video screenings developed expressly for it. The event also incorporates an electronic music section with which the public can interact massively in real time. With the sponsorship of BBK Foundation. further information : after September 11 on

the website

than 200,000 people will be able to see free of charge in 20 different sessions. Using state-of-the-art technology, a 20-minute projection with an original soundtrack will survey two decades of history and creativity in Bilbao. audience location : Avda. Universidades and nearby

A pprox .

session length : 20 min (to be confirmed)


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FOR ALL AUDIENCES DRAWING THE GUGGENHEIM sunday , october

15, 10 am–8 pm In addition to being an enjoyable pastime and an artistic discipline in itself, drawing is the point of departure in the creative process of many artists and architects, such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank Gehry. Participants in this activity can include people of all ages, either with or without knowledge of drawing, from the three cities with Guggenheim Museums: Bilbao, New York, and Venice. The encounter is based on a simple premise: find the part of the Museum that you like the best and draw it. We provide the pencil and paper. tickets : free with admission

BERLIN PHILHARMONIC LIVE BROADCAST saturdays , october

7 and 21, 7 pm and 3, 3 pm After the success of last season, the partnership with the Berlin Digital Hall continues through the agreement with the Bilbao Philharmonic Society. Therefore, in the forthcoming months the Museum will host live broadcasts of a series of major concerts performed by the Berlin Philharmonic. Furthermore, as a new activity this season, some concerts will include a live presentation by members of the Bilbao Philharmonic Society 30 minutes before the concert starts. sunday , december

venue : Auditorium

tickets : free; available at the Admissions desk

and on the website. Programming subject to change

MEM FESTIVAL: SKIN/TONES [+18] friday , november

10, 7:00 pm The Museum presents Francesca Fini in one of the sessions in the MEM Festival of experimental music, performance, and audiovisuals held in Vitoria-Gasteiz and Bilbao. venue : Zero Espazioa

tickets : €2 Members and €4 general public;

GASTRONOMY DINNER-GASTRONOMIC DIALOGUE ABOUT ANNI ALBERS 15 and 16, 7 pm Drawing inspiration from the work of Anni Albers, chef Josean Alija will design a menu rich in textures and motifs related to the artist’s career and creative thinking. The dinner will be complemented with an educational activity on the exhibition Anni Albers: Touching Vision. november

venue : Nerua Guggenheim Bilbao

information and reservations : on www.

neruaguggenheimbilbao.com after October 5, 12 pm. Maximum 40 people per day

available at the Admissions desk and on the website

DANTZALDIA FESTIVAL: PRESS saturday , november

18, 7 pm In the context of its long partnership with La FuNdicIOn, celebrating its 35th anniversary this year, the Museum presents a new session of the Dantzaldia Festival. Pierre Rigal’s company Dernière Minute will perform PRESS, a special small-scale solo with an original stage set that contains a kind of “box that pushes the character to the point of wanting to destroy it.” venue : Auditorium

tickets : €6 Members, €10 general public;

available at the Admissions desk or on the website


tickets for the children workshops available from the 3rd wednesdayof the preceding month at:

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WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN

CREATIVE EXPERIENCES PUPPY WORKSHOPS [members only]

BABY ART sundays ,

10:30 am–12:30 pm The Museum becomes a place of stimuli and games where adults and babies share aesthetic experiences. ages :

6–36 months €6 Members, €8 general public; available at the Admissions desk and on the website price :

Release your creativity by making amazing plant sculptures. saturday and sunday , october 21 and 22 [ spanish ]: 10:30 am–12 pm: 1 group, ages 3–5 5–6:30 pm: 1 group, ages 6–11

ARCHITECTURE LABORATORY II

saturday and sunday , october

saturdays ,

10:30 am–12 pm: 1 group, ages 3–5 5–6:30 pm: 1 group, ages 6–11

28 and 29 [basque]:

SPIDER WORKSHOPS [members only] Fun, creative experiences with Bourgeois’s sculpture and its symbolism. saturday and sunday , november 18 and 19 [ spanish ]: 10:30 am–12 pm: 1 group, ages 3–5 5–6:30 pm: 1 group, ages 6-11 saturday and sunday , november

10:30 am–12 pm: 1 group, ages 3–5 5–6:30 pm: 1 group, ages 6–11

25 and 26 [basque]:

BOOKS ALIVE! saturdays and sundays ,

11:30 am–1 pm In the Museum Library, stories come to life through activities held in English involving listening, singing, speaking and even dancing. ages :

3–11 years €2.50 Members, €5 general public; available at the Admissions desk and on the website price :

11:30 am–1:30 pm This second course is a fun, multidisciplinary approach to architecture which will allow participants to create an Egyptian pyramid using sugar cubes and build paper cities and fun spherical houses. The course is part of a progressive series of workshops scheduled between October and June. first quarter : october 7, 14, 21, and 28; november 4, 11, 18, and 25; and december 2, 9, and 16 ages :

5–10 years

price ( quarter ):

€55 Members, €77 general public. Max.: 15 children per group


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PARTNERSHIPS BOS BOS SEASON CONCERTS 16–17 John Adams 70 years L. van Beethoven: Egmont, overture J. Adams: Absolute Jest, for string quartet and orchestra L. van Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92 Quiroga Quartet Erik Nielsen, conductor november

tickets: Euskalduna Admissions desk

20% discount for Museum Members. Maximum: two tickets per card

GASTRONOMY The Museum is home to three fine dining establishments Nerua Guggenheim Bilbao: A space designed to be a gastronomic and cultural experience. Nature sets the pace in chef Josean Alija’s kitchen as he adapts to each season to craft a local cuisine inspired by gardens, the sea, and farms. Nerua is ranked 56th in the Restaurant list and has one star in the Michelin Guide and three Suns in the Repsol Guide. Bistró Guggenheim Bilbao: Offers informal dining linked to a culture yet adapted to an avant-garde context without sacrificing flavors or textures. This unique space designed by Frank Gehry has a dining room that seats 120 diners with different spaces, the perfect place for celebrations, work meetings, dinners with friends… as well as to celebrate an urban, modern wedding. Through September 17, open every day for lunch and dinner. Bar Guggenheim Bilbao serves surprising creations without skimping on quality in the form of pintxos, delicious morsels that reflect the history of the Basque people and the freedom to celebrate life in a flavorful social ritual. Through September 17, open every day.

10% off at Bar Guggenheim Bilbao and Museum terraces and 5% off at Bistró and Nerua for Museum Members

MUSEUM STORE / BOOKSTORE Looking for a special gift? Come to the Museum Store! REMEMBER As a Museum Member, you get discounts of up to 15% on your purchases (5% on books) Telephone: +34 944 359 085; tienda@guggenheim-bilbao.eus


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ARTISTIC EVENT

FOR AND WITH FRIENDS “THERE IS AN ENEMY” saturday , september

30 and sunday, october 1

[members only ] As already announced, we are working on an artistic event conceived by artist Juan Pérez Agirregoikoa which will involve the participation of an otxote, an eight-voice choir. Museum Members will also be able to take part in this event as follows: saturday , september

30 Rehearsal of the performance in the Museum Auditorium with the instructions and textbook we will hand out, in two shifts: the first from 6:30 to 7:15 pm, and the second from 7:30 to 8:15 pm. sunday , october

1 The artistic action will be held in the Atrium from 9 to 10 am, while the Museum is closed.

A FEW REMINDERS venue : Auditorium (Saturday) and Atrium (Sunday) participants : Museum Members, adults, and children

ages 9 and older who can read and remain silent so as not to interfere with the action. No musical or singing training is needed. Participants should be dressed entirely in black. tickets : free; available exclusively on the website (tickets online), September 5 to 22. Limited capacity. One

participation per Member card.

JOIN US IN THIS UNIQUE WORK AS PART OF THE CELEBRATIONS OF THE MUSEUM’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY And with your participation

THE FLEMISH MASTERS INVITE YOU TO FLANDERS The Tourist Office of Belgium: Flanders and Brussels will hold a draw for a trip to learn more details in situ about the life and cultural legacy of the great Flemish masters, such as Rubens, Van Eyck, and Bruegel (www.maestrosflamencos.com). The lucky winner will be able to enjoy a trip for two to Antwerp (round trip airplane tickets from Bilbao to Brussels with Brussels Airlines, train transfer to Antwerp, two nights’ stay in a double room with breakfast, and two City Cards to discover the city).

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