Joan Miró: The Internationally Acclaimed Catalan Artist

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Miró’s work is a demonstration of Catalan pride and an amalgamation of Surrealist and experimental art

Joan Miró i Ferrà (April 20, 1893 – Dec. 25, 1983) was a Spanish Catalan painter, sculptor and ceramist, from Barcelona. He was the son of a goldsmith and a jewellery maker. Continue reading

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George Orwell’s ‘Homage to Catalonia’

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Orwell’s War Against Franco and Sympathy For a Better Society

Orwell arrived in Barcelona in 1936 and joined the war against Franco with an ensemble of individuals compelled by the rise of fascism in Europe. Continue reading

Sagrada Familia


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Sagrada Familia is one of Barcelona’s Most Popular Tourist Attractions. Construction on this church will continue at least until 2026, but it has already become Barcelona’s most important landmark. Continue reading

Barcelona City

Catalunya’s Capital and Spain’s Second Largest City is a Must See

Barcelona is exuding with life, boasting some of the world’s best art galleries and architecture. With a prosperous port and affluent commercial centre populating three million people Barcelona is impossible to tire out.

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Park Güell: Antonio Gaudi’s Fantasy Park in Barcelona

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The undulating Park Güell is a must see for anyone visiting or living in Barcelona. Antoni Gaudi’s public park is a wondrous combination of art, architecture and nature. Continue reading

Ray Johnson. Please Add to & Return

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“New York’s Most Famous Unknown Artist” Ray Johnson’s exhibition Please Add to & Return is now at the Museu d´Art Contemporani de Barcelona from the 06/11/2009 – 10/01/2010, following the London exhibition at Raven Row. Continue reading