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This cozy gallery is located on the ground floor of a unique building with vaulted ceilings, in the Ciutat Vella, near the busy Rambles. Though it only has one hallit is quite large and impressive. Pergamon specializes in contemporary art and displays works by Spanish artists. It holds both collective and monographic exhibitions that include works by artists such as Perico Pastor, Descarga, Serra de Ribera, Neus Martin Royo, Galofré, Artigau and Palazzi.
Named after its owner, this gallery promotes Catalan contemporary artists like Perico Pastor and the Moscardó brothers. However, it also displays works by more renowned artists like Serra de Ribera. Apart from the collection in the showroom, the gallery also holds temporary art exhibitions here. Some of the artists who displayed their works here include M. Olivares, Lourenço and Saxa Tröger and Manuel Arenas. For information on upcoming events and exhibits, call or visit the website.
Located in a century-old building in central Barcelona, L'Antic Teatre is a non-profit organization aiming at promoting performing and visual arts. It offers a stage to experimental art to express its creativity and more importantly, an audience. Dance, theatre, comedy, concerts, film screenings all this and more can be enjoyed at the L'Antic Teatre. Besides a venue, L'Antic Teatre also provides artistes professional guidance and services. This has attracted some of the best performers from various fields. Its innovative programming and reasonable ticket prices have made it a hit among the youth and patrons of the alternative arts scene.
This gallery is located in a neighborhood that is home to the largest number of galleries in Barcelona. Its halls are situated in two different buildings in Calle Consell de Cent, close to each other. The displays here include works of upcoming and renowned painters and local and foreign artistes. Some of the painters who regularly exhibit at the two halls at Galeria Senda are A. Malagrida, R. Herreros and D. Urzay and L. Vidal.
Opened in 1994, this is the first center in Europe dedicated to the study of the urban metropolis seen as a universal phenomenon which helps us to analyze the social, cultural and urban development of the city, as well as its history. The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) was built by the architect Piñón y Viaplana, on the site of the old Casa de la Caridad, a beautiful building of which a few original decorative elements remain. This is the main exhibition center in Barcelona, located in the heart of the Raval district. Apart from courses and seminars, its program includes some of the most interesting cultural initiatives in Barcelona. It also has a café-restaurant and a gift shop.
Renè Metras Gallery is located in Consell de Cent Street and was inaugurated in 1962. It displays works by contemporary artists, both Spanish and international. Previous exhibition at the gallery have included works by artists such as Isidre Marcet. Some of the artists who regularly exhibit here are Josep Veciana, Antonio Socia and María Girona. Alicia Vela has also exhibited her peculiar photographic compositions at Renè Metras.