Results for "arte"

/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

ArtTe, a multidisciplinary space for creative minds

The opening of Artte is a much-needed breath of fresh air because places like this in Barcelona are scarce. Artte is a bistrot but also a versatile space with a wide cultural offer, from painting to multimedia and classic art to live music, poetry, silences, jazz, soul, classic and lyrical music performances or dance and mini-theatre events. ArtTe is […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Gracia

Sardinuka, feeding the soul

The tin can was patented by English inventor Peter Durand in 1810. The truth is that devising and producing an object that would contain and preserve food for a long period of time in a very manageable format was a great idea.. Two centuries later, artist and illustrator Kilomba alongside her right hand Mireia Azuara, […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Poblenou

Addicted to life, Poblenou in the spotlight

By now, all doubts about the artistic boom and cultural movement that exists in Barcelona’s Poble Nou district. It is a fact and a reality. A few years ago people began to move there, a few pioneers we looked in bewilderment, unconvinced of their decision, to flee the unbearable and increasingly intense tourist revelry. This […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

La Taché Gallery

Located right next to the renowned Galería Carles Taché (currently being relocated to new premises in Montjuïc), right in Barcelona’s gallery hub, La Taché Gallery offers a space devoted to contemporary creation in a more open and accessible format that steers away from the elitism that usually accompanies art galleries. With a clear international vocation and a bet for […]

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/ Art&Design

The wonderful world of Georgia Perry

From Australia with high doses of color and humour comes Georgia Perry’s world. This visual artist based in our antipodes doesn’t limit herself to one discipline and works on illustration, product design, art and installations. Georgia Perry is full of bold, flashy jobs and vovación of eternal youth His works are full of reminiscences to pop […]

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/ Art&Design

Shadow Play by Raquel Quevedo

I’m a fan of projects born from an immense desire to play, experiment and try new things. A simple idea can evolve into something visually striking and special, and taking advantage of that shining bulb is worth it. Such is the case of Shadow Play, a project created by Barcelona-based Raquel Quevedo’s interests and eagerness to play. […]

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/ Art&Design

Erasing London

Living in the digital age, the boundaries between online and offline life are increasingly blurred. Guus y Tayfun have merged two realities to create Street Eraser, that is, an attempt to erase London.

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/ Art&Design

This land is your land

Three water tanks with lots of inner life. This is the latest proposal by Chilean artist Iván Navarro called This land is your land, set up at the Madison Square Park in NY.

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/ Interviewin

Mery Cuesta

Mery Cuesta is the paradigm of multidisciplinarity: she is an illustrator, a curator, a critic, a drummer, a dj and almost anything she’s faced with. Mery has just curated the series of absurd cinema at the Artium and this fall she will release her third comic book. We have interviewed her?

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