By
Ariana Díaz Celma

Senda Gallery is one of Barcelona’s most emblematic art centers. Since it opened in 1991 on the not-longer-that-iconic Consell de Cent street, it has favored “the talent, the risk and the uniqueness of young and established artists from here and abroad”, becoming one of the city’s most important art galleries. Now Galería Senda is expanding horizons in the artistically emerging Trafalgar street, far from the unbearable tourist colonization.

Galería Senda is expanding horizons in the artistically emerging Trafalgar street, far from the unbearable tourist colonization

A very significant move that reveals things are changing in every way and in many areas, and that the city centre is hard to deal with. However, far from understanding this as a forced one, the seismic moving of other iconic galleries such as Nogueras Blanchard or Carles Taché must be seen as the natural evolution of a field that is always in constant motion, mutating, and which needs a living space with a special idiosyncrasy. For Senda Gallery this new site is a renewal in every way, physical and spiritual. On the one hand, it is almost three times the space of the previous gallery and has a lot of natural light. This much space has allowed them to provide more art-related services and to get more involved in the creative process by “collaborating with artists, institutions or third parties, supporting their creative process for new projects to see the light, in and outside our gallery space”. We predict an intense new phase for this project, much welcomed in the sleepy Trafalgar surroundings. Nothing better than agitating a neighborhood artistically out of lethargy. Long life to Galería Senda!

Details




  • Address: Trafalgar, 32
  • Timetable: M Closed ı T-F11:00–20:00 ı Sa 11:00–14:30 15:30–20:00 ı Su Closed
  • Phone: (+34) 93 487 67 59
  • Type: Gallery
  • Website: http://galeriasenda.com/