Current exhibition

Didier Lourenço

The stolen spring

From June 17th to July 23rd , 2020

 
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Iconic Architectures

Bea does not paint architecture and interior spaces but “portrays” them and are spaces where the feeling is that there is or has been a human presence. The artist before painting a space documents herself about the architect who designed the house and the people who live or used to in it. You can consult […]

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Dialogues

Jordi Sàbat, painter and publicist, has presented his third solo show at the Jordi Barnadas Gallery. As the title indicates, the exhibition is an invitation to interact with Sàbat’s work, listen to the canvas, receive their messages… “Dialogues” is a conversation from silence, emotional and bidirectional, between the paintings and the public through the artist’s […]

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ROMÀ PANADÈS, Retrospective

This exhibition is an itinerary, starting with his first exhibition 30 years ago in which the artist has begun to keep in his studio a selection of emblematic works. Panadés, who began to paint professionally with the masters of painting in mind, was slowly discovering his own way. The artist has never painted thinking in […]

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Col·lectiva de Nadal

You can consult the catalogue here. (only avaible in catalan)

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Jaume Amigó, el Viatge del Poeta

Jaume Amigó’s visual abstraction is influenced for the forms, textures and colours of the nature that he has discovered at his travels in Japan, a country that he knows for 25 years. He paints acrylic on linen canvas or in silk paper maded by him. His paints ooze a kind of oriental poetry. You can […]

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Pablo Maeso, “El espectador paciente”

Maeso is a painter of stories that are placed in the middle of unreal scenes fused with authentic landscapes. Backgrounds with impeccable seas and skies, enigmatic deserts or beautiful drawings inspired by prints The protagonists are peculiar characters, people he finds in his day in the city and others known to all of us, heroes […]

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Rafael de la Rica, “Tardor”

The Jordi Barnadas Gallery starts a new season with a fantastic individual exhibition of a young Menorcan artist who presents us stills made of oil on wood. Rafael de la Rica offers us an up-to-date look of the classics and the Spanish baroque and, unlike the hyper-realists, matrix that which comes with soul and spirituality. […]

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El tejido de la memoria

Gabriel Schmitz, Dortmund Germany 1970. Established in Barcelona in 1995, since 1998 he presents solo exhibition every two years at our gallery. Artist of expressionist brush strokes interested in capturing the soul and emotions of his characters to transmit them through intense looks’ faces and suggestive gestures. Always admirer of the world of contemporary dance, […]

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Bronze line

Madrid, 1969.   He undertook his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the Complutense University of Madrid. He is currently an art lecturer at the Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid. The sculptures of Jesús are heavily influenced by African and Asian cultures. They fuse the literal and the surreal; combining the figurative traits of the person […]

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