Stefan Zweig and Manuel Castro

La Vanguardia gighlights the fact that the work of the artist Manuel Castro perfectly illustrates the love for books by the writer Stefan Zweig.

Click here to read the news.

 

Artwork on cover: El escritor.

Philip Stanton in La Vanguardia

Philip Stanton in La Vanguardia’s newspaper, finishing the mural of the Guinardó / Hospital Sant Pau metro station(L4).

The artist Manuel Castro passes away

We inform you of the death of one of our most beloved artists who first exhibited with us in 1993.

Manuel was an excellent artist and a great person, cultured and endearing. Going to visit his studio was synonymous with interesting conversations about the world of painting, politics and culture in general.

 

MANUEL CASTRO MELLADO

Córdoba, 1944 – Barcelona 7-21-2020

Lived in Barcelona since 1952.

 

Manuel Castro, painter and printmaker was a singular artist in the Catalan scene. For generation he should have worked on abstraction, but he stubbornly made a way towards a personal and narrative figuration.

Color studious and well acquainted with art bistory, his nostalgic spirit characters could be himself (a great reader and traveler) seem to live in a timeless and sometimes surreal world.

Museum Week: Five questions to Sergi Cadenas

The Museum Week’s magazine has interviewed one of our artists: Sergi Cadenas.

Click here to read more about it. (it’s recommended opening the link with a browser other than Google Chrome)

 

La Vanguardia: “The stolen spring”

La Vanguardia, one of the main Spanish newspapers talks about Didier Lourenço‘s exhibition at our gallery: The stolen spring.

The Jordi Barnadas gallery exhibits the latest works by the Barcelona’s artist: Didier Lourenço. Under the title “The stolen spring”, alluding to the hundred days we have been confined. These paintings try to combat the tragedy caused by the coronavirus with a palette of warm colors that convey optimism and with a woman who stars in everyday events and who aspires to turn life into a journey.

 

Philip Stanton explains us what does he want to transmit with his mural on the L4 metro line

The artist Philip Stanton tells us what feelings he would like to transmit to the citizens of Barcelona with the mural he painted at the Guinardó / Hospital Sant Pau metro station (L4).

You can watch the video by clicking here. (only available in spanish)

La Vanguardia: “Philip Stanton creates a mural in tribute to the essential Hospital workers”

Article published in the newspaper, La Vanguardia about Philip Stanton. (only available in catalan)

On diseño: “The stolen spring” by Didier Lourenço

Article published by On diseño about Didier Lourenço and his solo show in our gallery.

Click here to read it. (only available in spanish)

On diseño: “Arquitecturas icónicas” by Bea Sarrias

Article published by On diseño about Bea Sarrias and her solo show in our gallery.

Click here to read it. (only available in spanish)

Jordi Barnadas: “We need to be more proactive. Some art galleries will open differently.”

Interview to Jordi Barnadas by Betevé (11/06/2020).

To view the interview click here. (only in catalan)

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