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It can all be a little overwhelming, the city may not be huge but the culture, activities, events, eateries etc. is vast. So we have taken it upon ourselves to amalgamate our local 12 years experience in the city via our blog. Whether you are planning on coming over for the festivals, want to find out vegan eats or general insider information, we will keep you in the loop.

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Eat Street Barcelona – international street food festival

This Saturday BCN Mes inaugurates Eat Street, a festival of international street food for tasty and quality street eats in Barcelona. Expect gastronomical wonders from several local and foreign chefs who will be offering a variety of food from different countries.

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Metamorphosis – explore a fantastical and animated world

Metamorphosis is an exhibition that showcases the works of four key figures in the field of animated films: Ladislas Starewitch (1882-1965), Jan Švankmajer (1934), and the Quay Brothers (1947). Between them they boast filmographies that unlock eccentricities, surrealism, innocence and manage to blend the magical with madness and evil. Their work not only reflects a trouble existence but awkwardness and what some would argue to be ugly in a contradictory world.

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Exhibition – La Estética del Dolor by Vermibus

Exhibition ‘La estética del dolor’ opens today at La Tache Gallery, gathering works from Berlin-based artist Vermibus. Diverse materials and advertising posters are intermixed – taken from his most recent project Dissolving Europe, to create a different perspective on society as it is today and highlighting the manipulation of advertising.

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Exhibition – Gross Raw Love at LACONTRA

Sorry to remind you all, but Valentine’s day is this week Friday. We know, we know – red roses and boxes of chocolate overhaul but if you fancy doing something different, check out LACONTRA Centre de Creació i Difusió d’Art opens its new exhibition ‘Gross Raw Love’ (Amor Bruto).

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A master of American Hyperrealism – Don Eddy

Tomorrow sees the opening of new exhibition “A master of American Hyperrealism: Don Eddy” at the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM). Don Eddy is an American painter that is famous for his photorealist work, he is considered to be a maestro of hyperrealism itself among his peers. His earlier work in the 1960s was very much a part of a new concept where artists focussed more on immersing themselves and capturing the surrounding of their objects. He juxtaposes images that work in poetic relationship to one another, which Eddy refers to as connections of structure “echoing ecosystems” which anchor and join the panels together.

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MNAC exhibits photographic works of Joan Colom

Joan Colom (Barcelona, 1921) is one of the most important Spanish photographers of the second half of the 20th century and the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) in Montjuïc is currently presenting exhibition”Yo hago la calle. Joan Colom, fotografías 1957-2010″, which is completely dedicated to his works. Colom is renown for his contribution to post-war photography, being at the forefront of the so-called New Avant-Garde of the 1950s and 60s.


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Celebrating Three Kings in Spain

For those visiting Barcelona for the first time, you may not know that in Spain the tradition of the ‘Three Kings’ is in some cases more important than Christmas Day itself. Particularly for the children who have been patiently waiting throughout the Christmas period for the ‘Three Kings’ to arrive and bear gifts.  On the evening of 5 January the streets are busy with parades throughout Barcelona, with overly excited children and tired parents waiting for the kings to hand out sweets and greet everyone.


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Explore Barcelona’s Visual Culture at Exhibition – A Cop d’Ull

If you are visiting Barcelona and find yourself on the popular Las Ramblas, why don’t you venture off the busy promenade and check out exhibition A Cop d’Ull at La Virreina just by La Boqueria market. Much has been documented about the power of the image, the way it changes in it’s surroundings, how it is interpreted by people from different backgrounds, ages etc and how we translate visual discourse in general. This exhibition offers beautiful glimpses of Barcelona as far as the 1950s via a variety of visual means.


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Make a wish exhibition at Galeria de Mitte

The Mitte Gallery is known for being a place creative types, where you can grab a coffee, have a meeting or simply unwind. This wednesday it hosts new group exhibition “Make a Wish”, which invites young artists to face their burdens and experiences of the past year and reflect upon them, subsequently making wishes for the year to come. As we are officially in December now seems to be the perfect time for self-reflect as the new year looms.

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Film and Cook Festival – Film For The Foodies

Film and Cook is a film festival that marries gastronomy and art cinema, and will be taking place in Barcelona. The program includes screenings of food-related documentaries, feature films and shorts combined with displays by important figures from the culinary world. If you think this is just an excuse to watch some short on food, you’re wrong. In fact the festival encourages people to participate and this is done with a series of workshops, talks, discussions and more.

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