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20/10/2018. Míriam Cano, invited to the 22nd Poetry Africa Festival in South Africa
The 22nd edition of the Poetry Africa Festival, a literary event that includes recitals, talks, semi...
19/10/2018. Catalan Cinema’s Radical Years, 1968–1978 featured in The MoMA Film Series
This series traces 10 revolutionary years in the history of Catalan cinema: the period between 1968 ...
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...
26/10/2018. Iolanda Batallé, New Director of the Institut Ramon Llull
On Wednesday, September 26, the Institute Ramon Llull’s Governing Board named Iolanda Batall&e...
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Barcelona  
20/07/2019 Visual Arts

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 Collaterali program with a project curated by Pedro Azara titled Losing Your Head (Idols). Catalonia's exhibition at the Venice Biennale, to open 11 May 2019, is produced by the Institut Ramon Llull.
18/06/2018 Archit. & design

The IRL calls a selection process for curation proposals for Catalonia’s participation in the Venice Biennale Arte 2019

The Institut Ramon Llull has called a selection process to choose a curation proposal for Catalonia’s participation in the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale Arte 2019 within the Eventi collaterali program. This will be the sixth time the IRL has presented Catalonia at the Venice Biennale Arte, which will take place from May 11 to November 24, 2019 and will be curated by Ralph Rugoff. 
Venice 
24/05/2018 Visual Arts

RCR Arquitectes’ dream of La Vila comes to the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale

This Thursday saw the inauguration at the Venice Architecture Biennale of RCR. Dream and Nature Catalonia in Venice, a project about RCR Arquitectes – winners of the 2017 Pritzker Architecture Prize – curated by journalist Pati Núñez, architect Estel Ortega and RCR Arquitectes. This project will represent Catalonia at the Venice Architecture Biennale within Eventi Collaterali until 25th November. This is the fourth time that the Institut Ramon Llull has promoted the presence ...
Barcelona 
29/09/2017 Archit. & design

“RCR: The Dream” will be the title of the Catalan proposal at the 16th Venice Biennale of Architecture.

The Catalan team of architects, recent winners of the Pritzker Prize, and its creative world, will be the show’s strong point. The co-curators of the proposal will be Estel Ortega and Pati Núñez, winners of the competition held by the Institute Ramon Llull with a panel of judges presided over by a representative of the COAC and made up of four members, representing the AJAC, the Consell d’Escoles d’Arquitectura, the FAD and the RCR studio.
Venice 
28/04/2017 Visual Arts

Press kit. Catalonia in Venice_La Venezia che non si vede

Dossier de premsa / Dossier de prensa / Press kit / Cartella stampa. The Institut Ramon Llull is participating in the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia with the project La Venezia che non si vede / Unveiling the Unseen by Antoni Abad, curated by Mery Cuesta and Roc Parés. The project is being presented at the Cantieri Navali de Castello from May 13th to November 26th.
Venice 
28/04/2017 Visual Arts

Press release. Catalonia in Venice_La Venezia che non si vede

Press release / Comunicato stampa. The Institut Ramon Llull is participating in the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia with the project La Venezia che non si vede / Unveiling the Unseen by Antoni Abad, curated by Mery Cuesta and Roc Parés. The project is being presented at the Cantieri Navali de Castello from May 13th to November 26th.
Venice 
22/07/2016 Visual Arts

The Catalan nomination at the Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, by the artist Antoni Abad, will be curated by Mery Cuesta and Roc Parés

Catalonia will participate in the 57th Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale under the program, Eventi Collaterali, with a project by Antoni Abad and curated by Mery Cuesta and Roc Parés. The project goes by the name of, 'La città che non si vede’. The Ramon Llull Institute is producing the Catalan presence at the Venice Biennale, which begins on May 13th, 2017. 
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 ...
26/05/2016 Archit. & design

Map of Aftermath_Catalonia in Venice

Map of the Exhibition: Aftermath_Catalonia in Venice 
Venice 
09/05/2016 Archit. & design

AFTERMATH Dossier de premsa /Dossier de prensa / Press kit / Cartella stampa

Dossier de premsa / Dossier de prensa / Press kit / Cartella stampa
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 
Venice 
13/11/2015 Visual Arts

Last days to see SINGULARITY, by Albert Serra, in Venice

SINGULARITY, the project that has represented Catalonia at the Venice Biennale, closes its doors on 22 November. Created by the film-maker Albert Serra and curated by Chus Martínez, it was chosen by the jury appointed by the Institut Ramon Llull. It is a 12-hour film which, from 16 December, can also be seen at the Virreina Centre de la Imatge in Barcelona.
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 
08/04/2015 Visual Arts

The Institut Ramon Llull presents a new work from maverick filmmaker Albert Serra curated by Chus Martínez

The Institut Ramon Llull presents Catalonia in Venice at la Biennale di Venezia for the fourth time. A film installation by filmmaker Albert Serra will be shown within the curatorial framework of Chus Martínez. The title of this project is Singularity. Under this rubric, the artist has conceived a new piece, an immersive film installation projected onto 5 screens arranged in a dynamic structure taking up the entirety of the exhibition space. Specifically conceived for this presentation in ...
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