ADDITIONAL CERAMIC CIRCUITS IN BARCELONA
The organization encourages participants of the IAC Congress to remain in Barcelona during the weekend after the conference in order to have the opportunity to visit additional places and special exhibitions of ceramic interest that the city will offer during these days, and that you may not have time to visit during the days of the conference.
Of course, the monuments and ceramic places of interest included in the visits during the afternoons and evenings of the Congress can also be visited during the weekend if someone did not have the chance because they were already full. These free visits are not guided by the organization. Many of the offers in this section are not included in the daily program of the Congress.
Contemporary ceramics exhibitions in art galleries
Exhibitions of contemporary ceramics in art galleries
More than twenty-five galleries in Barcelona and its surrounding area present special exhibitions of ceramics during the Congress of the IAC, proof of the committed involvement of the social and cultural fabric in this event. The codes correspond to the location on the map of Ceramics Circuits that has been published separately.
|Map of galleries, > click here|
Joint inaugural act:
Rocío SantaCruz Art
Piramidón, Centre d’Art Contemporani
El torn Barcelona
Espai Els 4 Gats
Galeria Esther Montoriol
Francesc Mestre Art
Olivart Art Gallery
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Galeria Joan Gaspar
Las cosas de Martínez
Galeria Art Nou Mil·lenni
Espai Tiziana Tafuri
AB Galeria d’Art. Granollers
Galeria d’Art Canals. Sant Cugat del Vallès
Galeria Context. Sant Cugat del Vallès
Dterra Galeria – Taller. Sant Cugat del Vallès
Espai G d’Art. Terrassa
Design Museum of Barcelona
Special rooms of Picasso ceramics prepared for the IAC Congress, photographs of the author making pottery and posters of his ceramics exhibitions in Vallauris (France).
Joan Miró Foundation
Visit to permanent collection, which includes some ceramic works made by Joan Miró and a special exhibition to be determined.
National Art Museum of Catalonia—MNAC
Visit to the special activities prepared for AIC congress:
Crafts Center of Catalonia (Artesania Catalunya)
Batlló House (Casa Batlló)
The Batlló House (1905-1907) is a masterpiece by Antoni Gaudí. Behind the exceptional Modernist facade, reflecting a calm sea, a world of surprises and refined architectural details is hidden.
Amatller House (Casa Amatller)
Modernist house built between 1898-1900 by the architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch (1867-1956). It has important ceramic applications both on the facade and in the interior. Currently it houses the Amatller Institute of Hispanic Art Foundation.
Palau Güell is a building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, foremost exponent of Catalan Modernism, between 1885 and 1900. The palace is located on Carrer Nou de la Rambla, in the Raval neighbourhood.
Park Güell, by Antoni Gaudí, is a large garden featuring architectural elements with important applications in ceramics, located in the upper part of Barcelona, built between 1900 and 1914.
Basilica of the Sagrada Família
1882 – (under construction)
This is the most emblematic building of the brilliant Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). Construction began in 1882 and it is not expected to be completed until 2026. It has ceramic applications of great visual impact.
Museum of Contemporary Art, MACBA
Association of Catalan Ceramists, ACC
Antoni Tàpies Foundation
Ceramic and other works of Antoni Tàpies, one of the most important contemporary artists in Spain (1923-2012).
Enric Miralles Foundation
Architect Enric Miralles (1955-2000) was a pioneer in applying ceramics in contemporary architecture, as Santa Caterina Market in Barcelona. Special exhibition of architectural projects of Miralles and his colleague and wife, Benedetta Tagliabue.
Santa Caterina Market
1847, remodelled in 2005 by Enric Miralles.
Sol i ombra—Sun and shade
Palau de la Música Catalana
1905, Architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner (1850-1923). Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO
Dona i ocell—Woman and bird
CaixaForum Barcelona (former Casaramona factory)
1912, Architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch.
La Pedrera—Milà House (Casa Milà)
Architect Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (1852-1926).