Joan Ponç (Barcelona, 1928 – Sant Pau, 1984) was a visionary and mercurial insular artist who played an important part in the history of art of the post-war years in Catalonia and Spain.
The series of this exhibition begins in 2016 from the acquisition of a work by Lluís Lleó by The Morgan Library & Museum, one of the most prestigious institutions of collections of art on paper.
Exhibition on the creative development of the artist, from his beginnings as a graphic designer in New York until his death, already become a universal myth of pop art.
Family Sayings, which takes its title from the novel of the same name by Natalia Ginzburg, is an exhibition that examines six decades of Paula Rego’s work: a period that extends from her drawings of the 1950s to a number of recent projects.
The exhibition presents a selection of images taken in Syria between 2012 and 2015, in successive trips to the country that the author was forced to leave.
During the month of September, and to celebrate with the public the recovery of this part of the city of 1700, El Born Cultural and Memorial Center invites you to go to the site with family and for free.
Palau Robert presents the travelling exhibition, which highlights Dalí’s high media profile through around forty images of the painter from Agencia EFE's collection, taken by various photographers.
Public art project in Universitat metro station, consisting of an intervention of the Japanese artist Mari Ito (Tokio, 1980).
The exhibition groups the finalists and winners of the prizes awarded by the FAD and its associations.
The Photographic Archive of Barcelona presents pictures taken by Oleguer Junyent in 1908, who travelled around the world with a friend.