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27/03/2018. 10th Catalan Film Festival at University of Massachusetts Amherst
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst is hosting its 10th Catalan Film Festival, Catalonia Now....
03/03/2018. Martí Cormand - Formalizing their concept: After Levine, After Evans
Solo exhibition 'Formalizing their concept: 'After Levine, After Evans' at Josée ...
03/05/2018. The Institut Ramon Llull presents as Collateral Event 'RCR. Dream and Nature'
The Institut Ramon Llull presents as Collateral Event RCR. Dream and Nature_Catalonia in Venice, a p...
23/02/2018. Albert Serra makes his debut in German theatre with his new show Liberté
The film director Albert Serra is premiering his new play Liberté on 22nd February, a product...
23/05/2018. Press images: 'Exhibition RCR. Dream and nature_Catalonia in Venice'
Photos of the installation at the Architecture Biennale of Venice
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Barcelona 
03/05/2018 Archit. & design

The Institut Ramon Llull presents as Collateral Event 'RCR. Dream and Nature'

The Institut Ramon Llull presents as Collateral Event RCR. Dream and Nature_Catalonia in Venice, a project about the architecture firm, RCR Arquitectes - recipients of the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2017 - for the 16th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia, that will run from May 26th to November 25th, 2018.
Venice 
26/05/2016 Archit. & design

“Aftermath_Catalonia in Venice” is to represent Catalonia at the Venice Architecture Biennale

Catalonia will be taking part in the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale with the project “Aftermath_Catalonia in Venice. Architecture beyond Architects”. The Minister for Culture, Santi Vila, and the director of the Institut Ramon Llull, Manuel Forcano, have presented the proposal, in which through audio-visual installations the spotlight is shone on seven public architectural interventions, chosen as virtuous examples of architecture that improves the user’s relationship with the ...
26/05/2016 Archit. & design

Trailer Aftermath_Catalonia in Venice. Architecture beyond architects.

Trailer of the exhibition 'Aftermath_Catalonia in Venice. Architecture beyond Architects' which will be shown at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016. Curated by Jaume Prat, Jelena Prokoplevic and Isaki Lacuesta, 'Aftermath' focuses on lived-in architecture when architects are no longer present and users continue daily the architectural experience. The selected works have been created over the last 10 years by Catalan architects. The audiovisual representation of the structures ...
09/05/2016 Archit. & design

AFTERMATH_Nota de premsa / Nota de prensa / Press release / Comunicato stampa

Aftermath_Catalonia in Venice. Architecture beyond architects.Nota de premsa / Nota de prensa / Press release / Comunicato stampa 
Barcelona 
16/06/2015 Archit. & design

The IRL convenes the competition to choose the curating project that will represent Catalonia at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale

The Institut Ramon Llull (IRL) is convening a public competition to choose the curating project for the participation of Catalonia at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale next year. This will be the third time the IRL has promoted the presence of Catalonia there. 
Barcelona 
21/05/2015 Archit. & design

Fabra i Coats is the venue for ‘Grafting Architecture’ after its success at the Venice Biennale

Thursday saw the presentation of the exhibition Grafting Architecture at Fabra i Coats Contemporary Art Centre in Barcelona. The show, promoted by the Institut Ramon Llull in association with the Catalan Government Department of Culture and the Department of Territory and Sustainability, represented Catalonia at the Venice Architecture Biennale as part of the Eventi Collaterali in 2014. The graphics designed for this exhibition, created by Bildi Grafiks, recieves on this Thursday too a Pencil ...
Barcelona 
10/09/2014 Archit. & design

Barcelona design and architecture descend on Beijing

Barcelona is the guest city at the Beijing Design Week (BJDW), Asia's most important event in the areas of design, architecture and urban planning. This platform, considered a highly strategic one with regards to a cultural and commercial exchange between the East and the West of the aforementioned disciplines, is one of the best showcases to present the Catalan capital's design and architecture to the Asian market.
Barcelona 
01/08/2014 Archit. & design

Barcelona, guest city at Beijing Design Week in September

Barcelona will be the guest city at the forthcoming Beijing Design Week (BJDW), one of the most relevant events in Asia in the field of design, architecture and urban planning which will be held from 26 September to 3 October. With this invitation, Barcelona will present a programme that has been coordinated by the Institut Ramon Llull including several exhibitions and activities, conferences, collaborations with local design centres and the visit of a commercial delegation with businesses from ...
Barcelona 
01/07/2014 Archit. & design

Jordi Badia, Félix Arranz and Josep Torrents claim that there has been a change of paradigm in architecture today

Last Tuesday the last Conversation at the Llull of the quarter gathered the testimony of the curators of the two projects that represented Catalonia at the Venice Architecture Biennale. The speakers were the team of architects Jordi Badia and Félix Arranz, who curated Architectural Rowers in 2012, and Josep Torrents, curator of Grafting Architecture, which can be seen at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Àlex Susanna, director of the Institut Ramon Llull, chaired the discussion. 
Venice 
05/06/2014 Archit. & design

Inauguration of 'Grafting Architecture' by Josep Torrents i Alegre at the Venice Architecture Biennale

This Thursday afternoon sees the opening of “Arquitectures Empeltades/Grafting Architecture”, the project that represents Catalonia at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale within the Eventi Collaterali. The project, promoted by the Institut Ramon Llull, is curated by Josep Torrents and Alegre, with Guillem Carabí Bescós and Jordi Ribas Boldúm as assistant curators. It brings together a total of 16 works that set out to show the change in paradigm that is taking ...
Barcelona 
12/05/2014 Archit. & design

Grafting Architecture. Catalonia at Venice, Collateral Event at the Biennale Architettura 2014

The Institut Ramon Llull will be present for the second time at the Biennale Architettura 2014 within the Eventi Collaterali with a project curated by Josep Torrents i Alegre: Grafting Architecture. Catalonia at Venice. This proposal, chosen by a jury through a public competition held by the Institut Ramon Llull, seeks to show the paradigm shift taking place in contemporary Catalan architecture, presenting examples of a way of going about things that is able to update a living tradition, projecting ...
Strasbourg 
11/03/2014 Archit. & design

The exhibition 'Vogadors' comes to the CAUE du Bas-Rhin in Strasbourg

The exhibition Vogadors. Jeune architecture catalane et baléare opens to the public on 13th March at the CAUE du Bas-Rhin, Council of Architecture, Urbanism and Environment, and it runs until 25th April. It is a panel exhibition that summarizes the project representing Catalonia and the Balearic Islands presented by the Institut Ramon Llull at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale, curated by Jordi Badia and Fèlix Arranz
Barcelona 
17/07/2013 Archit. & design

Architect Josep Torrents is to represent Catalonia at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale with a project based on the work of Jujol

Architect Josep Torrents is to be the curator representing Catalonia at the next Venice Architecture Biennale with the project Of the Fragment and the Whole. This is the decision of the independent panel of experts that at the request of the IRL had to choose a curator for Catalan participation in Venice. Of the Fragment and of the Whole illustrates the fundamental capability of Catalan architecture to fuse the new with the old. Josep Torrents starts with Jujol's Casa Bofarull (els Pallaresos, ...
Barcelona 
28/06/2013 Archit. & design

The IRL announces an open competition for Catalonia's participation in the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale

The Institut Ramon Llull (IRL) has announced an open international competition to choose the curator who will have to draft the proposal for Catalonia's participation in the 14th edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale, to be held from 7th June to 23rd November 2014. This will be the second time the IRL has promoted the presence of Catalonia at the Architecture Biennale, after presenting the project Vogadors, curated by Jordi Badia and Félix Arranz, in 2012, featuring nine works by ...
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