In a time when photography has become trivial and ubiquitous, Richard Learoyd's photographs are uniquely captivating. The exhibition, which covers the last ten years of his work, is organized by Fundación MAPFRE and curated by Sandra Philips and includes 51 works from important public and private collections and the photographer's own studio.
El Born Cultural and Memorial Center, in co-production with the Photographic Archive of Barcelona, presents the exhibition “Democracy in the street. Political photography of the SE-GRÀ collective. 1977-1980”, within the framework of the program to commemorate the 40th anniversary of democratic city councils.
A job, deployed mainly by women, which was a platform for female emancipation in the work and business field, as well as the creative one.
The collective exhibition includes the finalist works of the different awards organized by the associations of the FAD (Promotion of Arts and Design) and consists of nearly 500 works endorsed by professional designers based on the criteria of excellence, originality and conceptual innovation.
As a result of the serious problems that currently affect urban populations caused by human action or natural disasters, surprisingly, an extraordinary solution emerges from wood, which combines lightness, speed of construction and sustainability with strength and well-being to build large vertical buildings.
Ivory, jewels, reliefs, glass, gold and metals from all parts of the ancient Middle East show us the importance of luxury in the trade and power relations of ancient civilizations.
An exhibition that provides the keys to understand the principles of quantum physics through art, creativity and science.
The Palau Robert dedicates an exhibition to Carme Ruscalleda, author of a cuisine with great international projection, straddling the tradition and the avant-garde, in the Sant Pau restaurant in Sant Pol de Mar, which closed in the fall of 2018.
By combining archive, postproduction and fake, the works of María María Acha-Kutscher (Lima, 1968) seek to give new meaning to those imaginaries that have constructed a discriminatory, detrimental history of women since the invention of photography.
This is the largest overview in Spain of August Sander’s project of the same name, as well as one of the most exhaustive reviews ever staged in Europe, with the exception of Germany.