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Visions of Catalonia in Venice

Exhibition  /  08 Apr 2022  -  27 Apr 2022
Published: 31.03.2022
Visions of Catalonia in Venice.
The Room
Curator:
Mònica Ramon, Rubén Torres
Management:
Luca Curci
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Intro
Visions of Catalonia is an event promoted by the Consortium of Commerce Crafts and Fashion (CCAM) in collaboration with the Catalonia Association of Art Galleries (GAC). The aim is to spread new expressions of contemporary crafts and visual art by local creators, promoting and recognising the techniques, craftsmanship, and use of materials by the creators, as well as the concepts behind their work and creation.

Artist list

Jordi Aparicio, Jean Briac, Brucc, Ruth Cepedano, Roger Coll, Carme Collell, Lluís Comín Vilajosana, Germán Consetti, Mireia Coromina, Rosa Cortiella, Carol Fleischman, Matilde Grau, Jordi Marcet & Rosa Vila-Abadal, Mia Llauder, Luesma & Vega, Madola, Melcior Martí, Carla Mañosas, Enric Montferrer, Clara Niubó, Laia Pla, Francesca Poza, Ramon Puig Cuyàs, Victòria Rabal, Stella Rahola, Jordi Ribaudí, Teresa Rosa, Aurelio San Pedro, Tura Sanglas, Joan Serra, Jordi Traveria
Visions of Catalonia aims to publicise local artists and artisans who develop new expressions of art and contemporary crafts, on both a local and international level.
An event that takes place every two years, driven by the Consortium of Commerce, Crafts and Fashion (CCAM) with the collaboration of the Art Galleries Association of Catalonia (GAC).

In this first edition, the aim is to spread the work of the creators focusing on the concept, the technique, the function, and the use of materials by the artists. The selection features works made in Catalonia. The creators at some point, or in all their production have utilised one of the diverse artisan techniques reflecting the mastery of the trade in their works.

Project director: David Places

Contact Artesania Catalunya:
Carrer dels Banys Nous, 11
08002 Barcelona
 
Lluís Comín Vilajosana. Ring: Barcino 20, 2018. Silver, 750 gold, Montjuïc’s jasper.. 3,5 x 4,5 x 4,5 cm. Lluís Comín Vilajosana
Ring: Barcino 20, 2018
Silver, 750 gold, Montjuïc’s jasper.
3,5 x 4,5 x 4,5 cm
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Jordi Ribaudí. Furniture: Mimesis #7, 2020. Finnish pine wood, buffalo leather.. 118 x 84 x 60 cm. Photo by: Buttazzoni. Jordi Ribaudí
Furniture: Mimesis #7, 2020
Finnish pine wood, buffalo leather.
118 x 84 x 60 cm
Photo by: Buttazzoni
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Carme Collell. Object: En espiral, 2021. Red earthenware.. 29 x 28 x 28 cm. Photo by: Buttazzoni. Carme Collell
Object: En espiral, 2021
Red earthenware.
29 x 28 x 28 cm
Photo by: Buttazzoni
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Enric Montferrer. Sculpture: Tardor, 2017. Forged iron, wood.. 63 x 63 x 22 cm. Enric Montferrer
Sculpture: Tardor, 2017
Forged iron, wood.
63 x 63 x 22 cm
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Tura Sanglas. Sculpture: Batecs, 2017. Forged iron.. 50 x 160 cm. Photo by: Buttazzoni. Tura Sanglas
Sculpture: Batecs, 2017
Forged iron.
50 x 160 cm
Photo by: Buttazzoni
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Jordi Aparicio. Necklace: Soul Skin, 2020. Silver, stainless steel.. 60 x 60 x 6 cm. From series: Soul Skin. Jordi Aparicio
Necklace: Soul Skin, 2020
Silver, stainless steel.
60 x 60 x 6 cm
From series: Soul Skin
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Matilde Grau. Sculpture: Per arbore at lunam, 2010. Bronze, porcelain. 42 x 20 x 30 cm. Photo by: Buttazzoni. Matilde Grau
Sculpture: Per arbore at lunam, 2010
Bronze, porcelain
42 x 20 x 30 cm
Photo by: Buttazzoni
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Ramon Puig Cuyàs. Brooch: Núm. 1579, 2015. Nickel silver, fire enamel on copper, plastic.. 6,5 x 8 x 2 cm. From series: Arquitectures Subtils. Ramon Puig Cuyàs
Brooch: Núm. 1579, 2015
Nickel silver, fire enamel on copper, plastic.
6,5 x 8 x 2 cm
From series: Arquitectures Subtils
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