Though masks are popularly conceived of as limiting expression, they allow their wearers to access a range of emotionality, of which the human face alone is incapable.
Despite his work’s apparent abstraction, Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe insists that “I don’t invent anything, everything I do is my jungle and what is there.”
Casa Vicens was Gaudí’s first-ever commission in Barcelona and one of the first buildings of the Art Nouveau movement.
The mural is tucked behind the DJ booth at a former nightclub, which is slated to become a home for seniors.
As the polarization over Catalan independence deepens in Spain, two recent exhibitions at the Antoni Tàpies Foundation underscore how art and soft power are more relevant than ever before.
Kader Attia’s new solo exhibition in Barcelona reminds us of the permanence of scars as well as our ability to heal.
The book follows a fictional murderer through the iconic architectural creations of Antoni Gaudí.
As the rift between Madrid and Barcelona deepens, Catalonia’s art institutions are caught between a rock and a hard place — and largely silent on political issues.
Graphic designer Louise Fili photographed the distinctive signage of Barcelona, as a design inspiration, and argument for preservation.
According to court testimony given by one of the suspects in last week’s attacks, the cell had originally planned to detonate vans filled with explosives at three crowded sites, including Gaudí’s spectacular church.
Following a major two-year restoration, Casa Vicens is opening to the public for the first time in the building’s 130-year-old history.
You might say that Antoni Gaudí was an architect of the cloth. From 1883 until his death in 1926, the Catalonian master oversaw the construction of the Roman Catholic basilica Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família in Barcelona, Spain.