The exhibition offers a new perspective on the concept of gamer, showing a video world in which life and games converge more and more every day.
Twenty years after the celebration of the Gaudí Year, the National Museum faces a critical review of the architect's work, with a large-format exhibition that brings together more than 650 architectural, design and furniture objects, works of art, documentation, plans and photographs, moves away from the clichés and proposes a complete review of his career.
The exhibition, curated by Sandra Balsells, proposes to relate classic texts that speak about anger with contemporary images of riots and outbursts of anger from around the world.
This exhibition, framed in the celebration of the centenary of the Institut Français Barcelona, shows works by young creators who have benefited from a grant offered by the Cercle Maillole and granted by Pierre Deffontaines, former director of the Institut.
The Photographic Social Vision Foundation is organising the best-known photojournalism exhibition worldwide, which brings together all the winners of the World Press Photo photography and digital narrative competitions.
The exhibition reviews the historical evolution of the forms and institutions of government that have influenced the supply of the city and have intervened in the health care of citizens.
Co-organized between the Istituto Italiano di Cultura a Barcelona and El Born CCM, the exhibition allows us to discover the dream world of Federico Fellini, born in 1920, and his most intimate aspects, beyond his filmography.
This exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of Paolo Gasparini’s career, Italian photographer by birth, yet Venezuelan in spirit.
In our awareness of the importance of creating a bridge between the academic world and the professional life of photographers, the Flama 21 project counts with the essential involvement of four Barcelona schools that specialize in the study and teaching of photography: Grisart, Idep Barcelona, IEFC, and the Elisava Faculty of Design and Engineering of Barcelona.
Photographic exhibition by Tanit Plana, focusing on adolescence.