Arranged in 10 chronological sections, the exhibition highlights the essential moments and crucial figures in the rebirth of pastel in the first iteration of modernity, a time when this technique came to be considered an art in its own right.
The Museu del Disseny in Barcelona is organising a retrospective exhibition dedicated to Joaquim Capdevila, celebrating his 60-year career as a jeweller and goldsmith.
Among other things, The Parallel Utopia is an archaeology that digs through several projects designed by the generation of architects born into the Cuban Revolution and who intellectually blossomed in the 1980s.
This is a trip through eight premières in the main theaters of Europe to understand the particular historical context of each opera and its relationship with the city.
The Espai Subirachs hosts the permanent exhibition of the works that reflect the different stages of the career of Josep M. Subirachs, author of the sculptures of the Passion facade of the temple of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, although his work went much further.
2018 marked the eighty years of the bombing suffered by Barcelona in 1938. The Casa dels Entremesos, the Barcelona Center for Disemination and Production of Popular Culture of Traditional Catalan Origin, wants to pay homage to those who lived it with this exhibition.
This exhibition proposes a different look towards the work of these recognized international architects associated with the large scale, showing them more intimate.
Selection of the award-winning photographs in the contest of drawings and photographs that the City Council convened at the end of January 1908 with the aim of documenting all the streets, squares and diverse spaces that had to disappear with the opening of Via Laietana.