#ArtsLibris, International Artists’ Books and Contemporary Publishing Fair ArtsLibris, International Artists’ Books and Contemporary Publishing Fair celebrates its ninth edition, from 21st-23rd April, at the…
Until 5th November, you will have the chance to visit this exhibition, which will invite you to reflect upon the environmental wealth of forests and the tradition in Galicia of trades linked to the arts of woodwork and contemporary furniture designs.
The first edition of this market will be held between the 17th-19th March, and the list of participants includes poets, visual poets, publishing companies and magazines, who will be presenting and selling their works in the different stalls.
This year, World Press Photo is open in Valencia from 10th February until 12th March. This year’s edition is all about giving visibility to the refugee crisis under the campaign ‘Podrías ser tú’ [It could be you].
Until 5th March 2017, you can visit the installation by the artistic duo Momu & No Es, as part of the exhibition programme, ‘One foot out. Expeditions and Diasporas’ at the Espai, in the Joan Miró Foundation.
Imagine Silicon Valley, II Artistic Research Grant, the new Kompanyia Lliure, artists from Art<35, musicians, the creativity of the persons involved in Medialab-Prado… in 2016 the Foundation has had an extensive portfolio of very talented young persons... would you like to get to know them better?
The Foundation is collaborating with different exhibitions to bring culture closer to the public. This week, some of them are already closing their doors, after being hugely successful in terms of the number of visitors. We want to keep you up to date with the exhibitions that are currently still open.
Hasta el 24 de noviembre el Centro Cívico Urgell de Barcelona acoge esta muestra de imágenes de los investigadores del Centro de Regulación Genómica (CRG) para mostrar el paralelismo entre arte y ciencia.
Until 1 November, Madrid will play host to the best photojournalism in the world through 155 photos that will be reminiscent of the most notable events during 2015: the refugee crisis, the Nepal earthquake, the terrorist attack on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, and many more.
The Foundation is collaborating with the Swab IN/OUT programme in which a group of young emerging artists take part and will also give out the Banco Sabadell Foundation Award to the best Contemporary Art Gallery.
Until 9 October, Palafrugell (Girona) will become the epicentre of photography and photo-journalism through 14 exhibitions of renowned artists such as Rafael Sanz Lobato, Juana Biarnés, Pep Bonet, Tanta Habjouqa, Jordi Cruz and Tom Sharpe.
Until October 15th this cultural proposal aims to prove that any historical location can become the ideal venue for a concert, with music being the perfect excuse for acquainting the general public with heritage.
This week, the Foundation will be collaborating and giving out the Habitácola (architecture) and ADI Medal (industrial design) prizes and the Laus Aporta-Banco Sabadell Foundation award (graphic design and visual communication).
From May 26th-28th the Museo de Diseño de Barcelona is hosting the 16th edition of this festival, which is an international display of the most avant-garde trends in graphic design, video clips, photography, cinema, advertising and editorial art.
Until July 19th Barcelona is hosting the fourth edition of the Festival de Fotografía Documental [Festival of Documentary Photography] which offers a critical view via the work of 100 authors and 30 exhibitions in various art institutions, galleries, civic centres and photography schools…
The residences will be organised into two rounds, which will each last for three weeks. Those whose projects have been chosen will develop their projects with the support of a mediator from the centre, and also from the collaborators who register. The residences will take place from 14th June to 5th July and from 11th to 30th of July.
From 18th May to 4th June, this exhibition will take place in the IVAM in Valencia, in which over 300 works of art will be shown: paintings, sculptures, photographs and videos from artists such as Paul Citroën, Jan Kamman, Lee Friedlander and César Domela.
The second edition of Sampler Series will comprise up to 14 concerts, with new music streams through improvisation and electronic instruments. This is a different sound experience in Barcelona, which gives you a chance to discover creative and unique melodies.
TheCreative.Net is a platform with over 1000 creative thinkers that identifies, connects and gives visibility to the creative talent with the most projection in Barcelona. The number of talent references grows organically through the endorsement of each creative thinker.
For the second consecutive year Banco Sabadell Foundation, together with Factoría Cultural, is hosting a series of conferences delivered by professionals in different fields related to their experience and impressions on topics such as culture, creativity, art and communication…
This Friday, 6th May, the ‘Man: Nature and Future’ conference will be held by Andrés Moya, from University of Valencia, who is also a member of Sociedad Española de Biología Evolutiva (SESBE) [Spanish Society for Evolutionary Biology].
The sample, which forms part of the Book Fair programme and includes a wide selection of artist’s books and contemporary editions from artists such as Jaume Plensa, Andy Warhol, Guillermo Pérez Villalta and Rogelio López Cuenca, is open to the public in the Ayuntamiento de Sevilla (Seville Town Hall) until 5th June, and includes talent like that shown in this video created by the Banco Sabadell Foundation.
‘Correspondence’ is an online project created by the Foto Colectania Foundation, in collaboration with the Banco Sabadell Foundation, that aims to reflect upon the relevance that photography has had in contemporary visual culture, keeping in mind historical perspective and the original contexts in which it has been created and disseminated.
Arts Libris 2016 will take place from the 20th to the 24th April in the Arts Santa Mònica Creativity Centre. Artist’s books, photo books and contemporary bibliophilia, together with other artistic formats, have taken centre stage again in this year’s edition.
For the second year running, Factoría Cultural, a hotbed for cultural activities in the Matadero arts centre in Madrid, is holding a series of conferences on culture and innovation together with the Banco Sabadell Foundation, which will take place from April to July.
In relation to the exhibition ‘All photography is an enigma’, Foto Colectania is organising a series of conferences led by Michel Frizot and Cédric de Veigy, with Banco Sabadell Foundation as the main collaborator.
For the third consecutive year, the Photographic Social Vision Foundation, with the collaboration of the Banco Sabadell Foundation (among other smaller collaborators), has issued the open call for entries for the third annual photobook award: DOCField Dummy Award Banco Sabadell Foundation. This award recognises and rewards editorial publishing projects and their authors, and gives visibility to new editorial formats which, together with expositions and multi-media formats, are playing a crucial role in the dissemination of authors’ works.
The Emerging Art Fair JustMad7 is holding its seventh edition with the support of the Banco Sabadell Foundation, which aims to continue to promote contemporary national and international art among young people. You can visit the fair until Sunday 28 February at the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid (COAM).
Innovation and culture are more closely united than ever. This is amply demonstrated by the first CultHunting Prize 2015, rewarding the most innovative business project that brings together creativity and culture and won by ‘Didú’, developed by Canon and Estudios Durero. With the motto ‘Art for touching, art for all’, this project allows blind people to interpret a photograph through touch using a relief technique developed jointly by both companies.
On 2 and 3 November, Barcelona hosted the fourth edition of Talking Galleries, the first international congress of gallerists in the world. Over 150 gallerists, fair directors, collectors, commissioners and artists have taken part in the international symposium that has become a benchmark for the sector.
From 10 to 12 September, the 8,000 square metres that make up the rooms of the 45 Art Galleries of Madrid (Association of art galleries of Madrid) transform into the Apertura Madrid Gallery Weekend at the event that marks the cultural commencement of the course in September.
Finding new financing methods for cultural projects via companies or foundations is one of the aims of the new ‘Catalonia Culture Foundation’ platform which launches a space to incentivise cooperation between the business sector and the field of creativity, innovation and heritage.