More than 60 national and international artists inaugurate their exhibitions in the city's galleries
Boosting Barcelona’s reputation as a city for art, 28 galleries in the city and the Greater Barcelona metropolitan area will be opening the exhibition season from 17 to 20 September with this important event that showcases the city's art galleries.
During the four days, Barcelona will demonstrate its prominence on the international contemporary art scene. More than 60 emerging and established international artists from Spain and around the world have chosen to exhibit their work, featuring a variety of techniques, multimedia formats, registers and disciplines, in Barcelona’s galleries.
In order to guarantee security, the program this year will be held exclusively in the 28 galleries, whose character and location will be highlighted over the four days with activities, openings, and talks aimed at different audiences.
"Barcelona's galleries will be filled with talks, guided tours and other art-related activities"
Barcelona Gallery Weekend takes place around Barcelona and the metropolitan area in key locations for the city's art world. These include Ciutat Vella, the Eixample, Trafalgar street, Mèxic street, Gràcia, and Santa Eulàlia in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat.
Every year, Barcelona Gallery Weekend demonstrates the importance of galleries for art and culture and as exhibition spaces that are always open to the public. More than ever this year, the cultural and artistic sector needs an event like this to attract institutions, collectors, patrons, and art lovers from around the world.
28 galleries are taking part in Barcelona Gallery Weekend. They are: 3Punts, ADN Galería, Alalimón, Ana Mas Projects, àngels barcelona, Artur Ramon Art, Bombon Projects, Chiquita Room, Die Ecke Arte Contemporáneo, Dilalica, Espai Tactel.Toormix, etHALL, Galeria Carles Taché, Galería Contrast, Galeria Cortina, Galería H2O, Galeria Joan Prats, Galeria Marc Domènech, Galería SENDA, Galería Uxval Gochez, Galería Zielinsky, Mayoral, NoguerasBlanchard, Pigment Gallery, Projecte SD, RocioSantaCruz, Sala Parés, and Víctor Lope Arte Contemporáneo.