Institut Ramon Llull/ Newsletter # 63

JULY 2016 / NY, USA

New York

Music.  Tanglewood, Boston, MA,  07/07/2016

Jordi Savall: "Folias, Antiguas and Criollas: From the Ancient to the New World"

The universally celebrated Jordi Savall and Hespèrion XXI combine forces with the Mexican folklore ensemble Tembembe Ensamble Continuo to offer an intoxicating program of music inspired by the "discovery" of the New World. An ensemble of five exceptional musicians joins Savall as he explores the connections and interactions among disparate musical traditions ranging from the colonials to the creole, African to indigenous. This concert features works by Diego Ortiz and Pedro Guerrero, and colonial and folk music from across South America.

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Performing Arts.  Montreal,  09/07/2016

Montréal Complètement Cirque features PELAT by Joan Català

A man wanders with his wooden mat… Little by little, he pulls you into a meaningful human exchange where you become completely indispensable. The show simply can’t go on without you! Complicity, collective communion and solidarity… We won’t say another word about this mysterious gem that’s inspired by Catalan tradition.

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Performing Arts.  New York,  12/07/2016

Joan Català, Iron Skulls and Quim Moya at SummerStage Festival 2016!

SummerStage is the largest free performing arts festival in New York City. It presents artists and genres that reflect the diverse cultures and communities in neighborhood parks across the five boroughs. The Institut Ramon Llull is proud to partner with SummerStage for the third year in a row presenting this time a circus performance by Joan Català and a dance project by Iron Skulls, performing together with artist Quim Moya.

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Cinema.  Washington DC,  17/07/2016

José Luis Guerín at National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC

The Academy of Muses, the latest film from eclectic Catalan filmmaker José Luis Guerin, will be screened at National Gallery of Art preceded by his short film, Le Saphir de Saint-Louis.

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Visual Arts.  Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec, Canada,  18/06/2016

Fenosa and Picasso, a friendship

The purpose of the exhibition entitled Fenosa and Picasso, a friendship is to illustrate the mutual friendship of Apel.les Fenosa and Picasso. It includes sculptures by Fenosa collected by Picasso and a selection of works by each artist, as well as texts and photographs that document the friendship.

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Visual Arts.  New York,  06/06/2016

Postcards to AZ by Martí Cormand at Josée Bienvenu Gallery in New York

Josée Bienvenu presents Postcards to AZ, a solo exhibition by Barcelona born, Brooklyn based artist Martí Cormand. This new series of 7 x 5 inch oil paintings and graphite drawings exist as symbolic excavations and distant iterations of lost masterworks during the Nazi regime, challenging not only the notion of remembrance but also the materiality of history.

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Visual Arts.  Pittsburgh,  09/09/2016

Re:NEW Festival Pittsburgh, featuring Barcelona's Drap-Art exhibiton

Re:NEW Festival Pittsburgh is a month long celebration of creative recycling, transformation and sustainability in Pittsburgh. A key pillar of the Re:NEW Festival is the North American premiere of Drap-Art, the International Festival of Recycling Art , held annually in Barcelona, which includes dynamic programming, immersive public art, markets of upcycled goods, performances, and more.

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Gastronomy.  St. Petersburg, FL,  25/09/2016

The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, FL, announces exhibition "Ferran Adrià: The Invention of Food"

The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, FL, announces fall exhibition featuring the culinary and performative work of Ferran Adrià. Visitors will immerse themselves in the transcendent nature of food as The Dalí presents the special exhibition “Ferran Adrià: The Invention of Food.” Widely celebrated for changing the landscape of gastronomy, renowned chef and restaurateur Ferran Adrià changed cooking in the same way Salvador Dalí changed art.

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