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29/03/2019. Two Catalan companies to participate in FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts Festival
El Conde de Torrefiel and Agrupación Señor Serrano will be at the&nbs...
25/03/2019. New edition of IRLats contest for Catalan students
As of this Monday 25 March, the latest edition of IRLats, the short-short story contest held by Inst...
20/07/2019. Pedro Azara to curate Catalonia's project for the 2019 Venice Biennale of Art
Catalonia will participate in the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale of Art as part of the Eventi C...
26/06/2019. Professor and translator Ko Tazawa, winner of the 29th Ramon Llull International Prize for Catalan Studies and Cultural Diversity
The jury of the Ramon Llull International Prize has unanimously decided to grant this distinction in...
Venice 
08/04/2019 Visual Arts

Photos: ''Catalonia in Venice_To Lose Your Head (Idols)

Pictures of ''Catalonia in Venice_To Lose Your Head (Idols)"
Venice 
23/05/2018 Archit. & design

Press images: 'Exhibition RCR. Dream and nature_Catalonia in Venice'

Photos of the installation at the Architecture Biennale of Venice
Barcelona 
09/05/2016 Archit. & design
Venice 
06/05/2015 Visual Arts

Photos: 56th International Art Exhibition

The Italian city of Venice is hosting the 56th International Art Exhibition until November 22, which this year presents a new project by Albert Serra, Catalonia in Venice. SINGULARITY, curated by Chus Martínez and produced by the Institut Ramon Llull.
Venice 
06/05/2015 Visual Arts

Photos: Press presentation of 'Catalonia in Venice. SINGULARITY'

This morning, a press presentation took place in Venice to introduce the new work by filmmaker Albert Serra, curated by Chus Martínez, Catalonia in Venice. SINGULARITY, which is being displayed at the 56th International Art Exhibition as part of the Eventi Colateralli. The installation will open this afteroon in Isola di San Pietro, Venice. This will be the fourth time the IRL brings Catalonia to la Biennale and it follows its second participation at the Architecture Biennale last year.
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