Institut Ramon LLull

 /  St. Petersburg, FL 
18/05/2022 Arts

'The Visit,' A Project by Yamandú Canosa at The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida

‘The Visit,’ A Project by Yamandú Canosa presents the work of Uruguayan-Spanish artist Yamandú Canosa (born 1954). Through the exhibition, Canosa creates a contemplative dialogue between Surrealism and contemporary art. In the words of the artist, “The exhibition is intended as a visit that contemporary art pays to the house of Surrealism. One of the great legacies of the surrealist movement is its aesthetic complexity. This is confirmed by its permanence ...
 /  New York 
12/05/2022 Music

The 5th Mediterranean Jazz Festival in New York City features Manel Fortia Trio

After a two year hiatus due to the pandemic, the organizers are excited to announce the 5th edition of the Mediterranean Jazz Fest on May 21st and 22nd at Drom NYC. Over the years the festival has grown and become a highlight among New York music festivals. Besides featuring artists that present their latest projects and albums, the festival has always aimed at curating and presenting unique collaborations. This year will be no different with an exciting lineup of groups from around the Mediterranean.
 /  Barcelona 
10/05/2022 Literature

Llull organises the annual spring meeting of the European Network for Literary Translation – ENLIT

The Institut Ramon Llull organises the annual spring meeting of the European Network for Literary Translation – ENLIT on May 12th and 13th. The event is taking place in parallel to the Barcelona Poesia festival, and it features the participation of 17 organisations from 14 countries: Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Belgium, Germany, Greece, France, Wales (UK), Ireland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden, and the Spanish State.
 /  Barcelona 
04/05/2022 Arts

Llull fosters international mentorships in OFFF’s new edition

From May 5th to 7th, the Disseny Hub de Barcelona hosts a new edition of the Barcelona International Festival of Digital Creativity, Art and Design, a baseline for the latest trends in the fields of creativity and design. Five professional studios invited by Llull in collaboration with OFFF will develop mentorship sessions, master classes, and workshops, and they will encourage possibilities for networking during the festival.
Comunicació
 /  Venècia 
28/04/2022 Arts

Oriol Fontdevila: «LLIM, an organism by Lara Fluxà is the exploration of a desire»

LLIM, an organism by Lara Fluxà is open from April 23rd within the programme Eventi Collaterali at the 59th edition of the Venice Biennale Arte. We talk to the curator Oriol Fontdevila in order to know the origin, the intentions, and the details of the exhibition, available at the space Catalonia in Venice.
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27/04/2022 Literature
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20/04/2022 Arts

LLIM, an organism by Lara Fluxà, presented at the space Catalonia in Venice of the Biennale

The exhibition, curated by Oriol Fontdevila, will be open from April 23rd to November 27th at the space Catalonia in Venice. Director of the Institut Ramon Llull Pere Almeda highlighted that “Fluxà’s project has its own viewpoint and it clearly explains the trajectory of a first-rate emerging artist”.
 /  París 
18/04/2022 Literature

Exhibition by Biel Mesquida and Ewa Karpińska at the Sorbonne’s Centre d’Estudis Catalans

From March 24th to April 21st, the CEC hosts the bidisciplinary exhibition “La utilitat de l’inútil”, between poetry and watercolour. A lecture by Biel Mesquida from the paintings by Ewa Karpińska, representing its echoes and showing art’s possible evolution lines.
Comunicació
 /  London 
13/04/2022 Literature

Maria-Mercè Marçal and Anna Dodas, two iconic Catalan feminist writers

The work of the poets, translated into English by Clyde Moneyhun.
 /  Seattle 
11/04/2022 Cinema

Five Catalan films selected for Seattle International Film Festival

SIFF's mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that SIFF fosters a community that is more informed, aware, and alive.
 /  Chicago 
05/04/2022

Prof. Peter A. Kraus, the Joan Coromines Visiting Professor in Catalan Studies at the University of Chicago

This academic year, the Joan Coromines Visiting Professor in Catalan Studies at the University of Chicago will be Peter A. Kraus, Professor of Political Science and Head of the Institute for Canadian Studies at the University of Augsburg (Germany). Prof. Kraus will be teaching a course on “Patterns of resilience: politics, culture, and identity in contemporary Catalonia” during the spring quarter (March 28-June 4).
 /  París 
02/04/2022 Cinema

The story of Francesc Tosquelles, by Mireia Sallarès and Joana Masó, arrives to Paris

Halfway between experimental documentary and speculative fiction, the film narrates experiences not from its documented remains but from what is missing from them. Without separating the then and now, the living and the dead, nor the awakening and the unconscious, it creates the potential history of a physician who in critical times in the 20th century politicised psychiatry by turning around our relation with mental illness and the normal man. It opens a self-critical space in Catalonia around ...
Comunicació
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01/04/2022 Arts

Llim, an organism by Lara Fluxà at the Vennice Biennale Arte

LLIM, the organism by Lara Fluxà that the Institut Ramon Llull is taking to the Eventi Collaterali of the Biennale Arte’s 59th edition, was presented today. The exhibition, curated by Oriol Fontdevila, will be open from April 23rd to November 27th at the Catalonia space in Venice.
 /  USA 
31/03/2022 Literature

Catalan author Irene Solà tours the US presenting her award-winning book "When I Sing, Mountains Dance"

Born in 1990 in Malla, a town north of Barcelona, Irene Solà is part of the emerging generation of Catalan writers. Her second novel, Canto jo i la muntanya balla, won the 2020 European Union Prize for Literature, the 2018 Anagrama Prize for the Novel, the Núvol Prize, and the Cálamo Prize. Mara Faye Lethem's masterful English rendition of Solà's book, When I Sing, Mountains Dance, has been recently published by Graywolf Press in the US, and Granta ...
 /  UMass Amherst 
31/03/2022 Cinema

UMass Amherst presents the 14th Catalan Film Festival "Al marge"

The Catalan Studies Program and the Interdepartmental Program in Film Studies present the 14th edition of the Catalan Film Festival at UMass Amherst from April 11 through 16. The festival will feature the best of new fiction and documentary filmmaking by Catalan directors.The festival has been taking place every year since 2008, with the support from Institut Ramon Llull. 
Press
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31/03/2022 Literature

All ready for Spotlight: the focus on Catalan culture at the London Book Fair

From April 5th to 7th, Catalan literature gets to London with a broad programme of activities to promote commercial and knowledge exchange with the English-speaking literary and publishing sector. Its presence at the fair will be transmitted through the professional sector (with matchmaking sessions) and the cultural one (with 8 Catalan authors who will explain their work and the themes that run their creation, in dialogue with English-speaking authors).
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