“The next”: Ulpiano Carrasco (9.2-7.3.2018)

  We offer to you an exhibition by the artist ULPIANO CARRASCO, who shows us the way through which the landscape becomes, at certain seasons of the year, an exalted symphony of colors. In this new exhibition, “Visions of the soul”, there are two differentiated topics: On the one hand, the rural landscapes, more dreamlike than real, in which the […]
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“The next”: Toni Cassany (3-29.11.2017)

  It is our pleasure to present to you the exhibition “Toni Cassany, 30 years of painting”. But this will be a double presentation, because at the same time we’ll introduce a book with the same title. Toni Cassany shows us a collection of oils with his most recent works, where the light is treated as the protagonist in landscapes […]
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“The next”: Koyama (6-31.10.2017)

  “Koyama’s Cadaqués” arrives at the Rusiñol Gallery. This artist is 77 years old and he considers that he is living his key time, as we can see in the works —oils on canvas and mixed techniques— of this exhibition. Shigeyoshi Koyama offers us a special vision of Cadaqués: without perspectives, without lights or shadows. His palette of gray colors, […]
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“The next”. Màgic Andreu (8.9-4.10-2017)

    Let us begin the season with an exhibition that will surely not leave you indifferent because “My magical world” of MÀGIC ANDREU is a reflection of lived experiences, sensations shaped in thousands of ways. For him, art must be, above all, a means of communication. For this reason many of his works hide questions while others give sincere answers. In […]
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“The next”: Luis Pardo (9.6-12.7.2016)

  Summer arrives at the Rusiñol Gallery with an extraordinary exhibition, whose main topic is the Sea. With this exhibition we are ending the current season 2016-2017. “Sea dreams”, by Luis Pardo, shows us a range of sensations from the absolute calm to the strength of the brave waters. Light and color have all the leadership in this collection and, […]
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“The next”: Almazán Miquel (5.5-7.6.2017)

As you know, May is a special month for us. We have been commemorating our anniversary every year (for the last 31 years), and we want to celebrate this one with an extraordinary exhibition. On this occasion, the chosen artist is Luis ALMAZÁN MIQUEL (1943-2010), of whom we have prepared an Anthological Homage. Thanks to his family, you’ll be able […]
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“The next”: Tomàs Suñol (31.3-3.5.2017)

  Tomás Suñol, who was born in Dieulefit (France) in 1964, grew up in a fully artistic ambient. After some years of extensive learning and having worked on different trends in art, he is deepening in the figurative abstraction. “Comfort zone” is his latest collection, where oil and spatula form his works that are inspired by alleyways of his city. Through […]
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“The next”: Time of flowers (10th march2017)

  Spring has already arrived at the Rusiñol Gallery! Certainly, we are anticipating this season…, but the collection “Time of flowers” deserves it. When you visit this exhibition you’ll see that light, colors and flowers are the protagonists of these works, performed by some artists coming from different styles and different ways of understanding reality. But each one of them […]
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“The next”: Víctor Pedra (13.I-8.II.2017)

  We are starting the year 2017 with VÍCTOR PEDRA (Barcelona, 1955), who presents to us his dreamlike and symbolic universe. His collection is titled “Víctor Pedra, a song to life”. His style is surrealistic with clear influences of Picaso’s work. The female figure becomes the protagonist through a volumetric body and wrapped by an iconographic identity. The personal universe […]
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“The next”: Miquel Cabanas (2-XII.11-I.2016)

  We have Christmas at hand. We are very happy to announce the exhibition with which we want to close this year, and also some activities in order to commemorate our 30th Anniversary. These days are very exciting for us, above all for the significance of the exhibition of our dear MIQUEL CABANAS (1916-1995). Through this event we want to […]
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