18/5 Leopoldo Pomés – flashback
Leopoldo Pomés, born in Barcelona in 1931, has been and still is one of the prominent names of Catalan and Spanish contemporary photography from the second half of the 20th century. His multifaceted career has been predominated by the image: photographer, publisher, filmmaker, poet, cartoonist, entrepreneur and gourmet. Restaurant Omm Hotel & Spa Barcelona tells you everything about his latest exhibition: flashback.
13/5 Barcelona: streets full of art
Arte in Barcelona streets is everywhere; walking around the city can become a visit to an outdoors contemporary art gallery of magnificent proportions. It is very easy to bump into hundreds of pieces hidden in the urban furniture and the buildings, especially in Poblenou, the perfect place for street art lovers. From Omm Spa Barcelona we gather some of these amazing pieces.
2/3 The eye of Antoni Arissa
The Contemporary Culture Center of Barcelona brings us an exposition of the Catalan photographer Antoni Arissa, one of the national artists better recognized of the 20th century. Hotel Omm invites you to visit this sample of more than 160 pictures in black and white that go through his professional career.
19/11 World Press Photo’14 at CCCB
World Press Photo, the photojournalism exhibition par excellence, comes to the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) to show the 130 winning photographs from the prestigious international award.
10/3 Discover what happens behind a catwalk
If you want to know everything that happens behind a catwalk, in Loewe’s Gallery (91, Passeig de Gracia, Barcelona) you will enjoy Backstage, by Anna Bauer, until March 16. The photo collection by this photographer let you appreciate life behind the catwalk.
5/2 The art of Barcelona photography in La Virreina
From 5th of December until next 16th of March, you can see the exposition called “A golpe de ojo. Cultura visual fotográfica reciente en Barcelona”. La Virreina Centre de la Imatge hosts this exposition that wants to take a look to the city through its own visual identity.