Institut Ramon Llull/ Newsletter # 81


New York

Cinema.  New York,  13/02/2018

What You See is What You Get

COMMON VISIONS proposes a critical look at a multitude of collaborative practices. On February 13, Anthology Film Archives will show Play Back, by Pere Portabella; Dante no es únicamente severo, by Joaquim Jordà & Jacinto Esteva Grewe; and About Bridges, by Elsa Stansfield & Madelon Hooykaas. 

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Visual Arts.  New York,  17/02/2018

Miralda's Twin Tastes & Tongues at the MoMA

As part of “Shorts Program: The Presence of Place”, the short Twin Tastes & Tongues will premiere with split-screen footage of daily goings-on in Shanghai and Barcelona, capturing the blurred cultural lines of our global present. 

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Literature.  Barcelona,  01/02/2018

Lyrikline adds fifteen new Catalan authors, among them five classics

The Goethe Institut and the Institut Ramon Llull have organized a presentation ceremony on Thursday 1 February at 7.30 pm at the Goethe Institut with poets Enric Casasses and Sabine Scho

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Language.  New York,  26/03/2018

Learn Catalan this Winter

The Catalan Institute is pleased to announce that Núria Diví, the Institute's Catalan teacher from previous years, will teach classes for adults starting the week of January 15th, 2018. See her announcement below, and you can contact her directly at

The Catalan Institute is also pleased to announce Montessori specialist teacher, Roser Bonet, will teach classes for children this winter season, as well, at a later date. See her announcement below, and you can contact her directly at

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Visual Arts.  New York,  03/03/2018

Martí Cormand - Formalizing their concept: After Levine, After Evans

Solo exhibition Formalizing their concept: After Levine, After Evans at Josée Bienvenu Gallery opens January 20, 2018, on view through March 3, 2018.

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Literature.  Barcelona,  20/04/2018

Open Call for Three Grants for Catalan Literature

The Official Journal of the Government of Catalonia (DOGC) has published the announcement for the three grants Institut Ramon Llull offers for disseminating Catalan literature abroad. 

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Visual Arts.  St. Petersburg, FL,  27/05/2018

Salvador Dalí and Marcel Duchamp, Together in an Exhibit

This special exhibition invites you to examine the relationship between Salvador Dalí and the father of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp. The first exhibit dedicated to their friendship and its influence on the work of both artists, Dalí/Duchamp explores the common ground, both personal and aesthetic, shared by these two modern icons.

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Visual Arts.  San Francisco,  12/02/2018

Aída Miró: Tribute Paintings at the Roll Up Gallery

Using a combination of spraypaint, acrylics, and oil paint, Aída Miró has created portraits of Michael Jackson, James Brown, David Bowie, Jimmy Hendrix, Erikah Badu, Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, Mos Def, Jay Z, as well as Basquiat, Picasso and Frida Kalho. 



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Literature.  New York,  12/02/2018

Open Call for Catalan Writers at Ledig House

Institut Ramon Llull and the Han Nefkens Foundation are launching an open call for writers of Catalan literature interested in the Writers Art Omi-Ledig House program. This year, the program will host one Catalan writer in the spring and another in the fall.

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Thought.  Richmond,  02/02/2018

Catalonia Today and the Theater of Lluïsa Cunillé

A conversation with Xavier Albertí, artistic director of the National Theater of Catalonia.

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