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13/12/2018. University of Salamanca hosts Catalan Studies Day
The event will kick off with a lecture entitled “Narrative documents from the late Francoist p...
12/12/2018. Open Call for International Curatorial Residency Program at SAC
SAC International Curatorial Residency Program 2019 is the residency program at Barcelona’s Sa...
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...
26/12/2018. Naomi Kawase and Isaki Lacuesta raise curtain on Filmmakers in Correspondence exhibition and audiovisual program at Paris’ Pompidou Center
The exhibition Filmmakers in Correspondence, which accompanies retrospectives of the oeuvres of Gi...
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05/12/2018 Visual Arts

Artist Pep Duran showcases work at Miami Beach Untitled Art fair

Sculptor-cum-set designer Pep Duran has been chosen to present Backlot Constructions, a site-specific installation, for the Special Projects section of Miami Beach Untitled Art from December 5-9.   
22/10/2015 Visual Arts

The artist Marcel·lí Antúnez creates the digital installation Alsaxy at Le Shadok in Strasbourg

The Alsaxy project is the result of the artist’s creative residency in the Hautepierre district last August, and it combines shows with an interactive installation that can be visited from 21st October 2015 to 16th January 2016.
21/09/2015 Visual Arts

Bernardí Roig presents the exhibition “La Bolannntro’w” in Roma

On May 28 1606 in Via di Pallacorda, Michelangelo Merisi—better known as Caravaggio—injured Ranuccio Tomassoni in the leg, severing his femoral vein. Their argument broke out during a game of Pallacorda, a precursor of the game of tennis which was played in the street which today bears the same name. Half an hour later, Ranuccio bled to death in the nearby Via della Scrofa. The game was most probably a pretext for a duel, something that was prohibited in Papal Rome and punishable by ...
29/05/2013 Visual Arts

The Institut Ramon Llull presents 25%, a Collateral Event of the 55th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia

This Wednesday afternoon Catalonia presented 25%, a new work exhibition from visual artist Francesc Torres and filmmaker Mercedes Álvarez curated by Jordi Balló, at the 55th International Art Exhbition - La Biennale di Venezia, considered one of the mosts important art events in the world to be held from 1 June to 24 November. Organized by the Institut Ramon Llull (IRL), the project's curatorial proposal departs from a reflection on the role of art in the situation of systemic ...

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The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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