Art

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Picasso’s Barcelona

“Barcelona the beautiful and wise, where I left so many things hanging on the altar of happiness…” ~ Pablo Picasso, 1936 In this article we’ll explore the Barcelona of Picasso’s youth. Discover the places he lived, the studios where he painted early masterpieces and the cafes and art galleries that formed his world.  Barcelona at […]

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Street Art of El Poblenou and Sant Martí

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Fundació Antoni Tàpies

Inside the former Editorial Montaner & Simon building, built in the 1880s, one of Barcelona’s finest art museums is located. Having survived over a century of wear and tear, a Civil War, and decades of consistent change, it has been, since 1990, the site of the Fundació Antoni Tàpies. Straddling between Passeig de Gracia and […]

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Arte Bar

Arte Bar, launched by Americans Alisa Rosseter and Bruce Anderson in February of 2017 is quickly becoming a local sensation. The studio situated in the Eixample neighborhood offers no-experience-required painting and wine nights. Prior to moving to Barcelona, Bruce and Alisa had organized fine art summer camps in the US, France and in nearby Girona. […]

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La Escocesa

Above: Mural by Miss Van (Vanessa Alice Bensimon) La Escocesa is a self-managed creation space and meeting point for artists working in the visual arts. Launched in 1999, it offers artists affordable spaces and support in their professional development. Currently, there are 15 resident artists. It is situated in a former industrial complex in El […]

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