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'Echo', Jaume Plensa's head located at New York's Madison Square Park (by A. Matamoros)

07 May 2011 12:43 AM

The Catalan artist Jaume Plensa unveils ‘Echo’, a 13-metre sculpture in Manhattan’s Madison Square Park

Plensa is the artist behind the famous ‘Crown Fountain’ in Chicago’s Millenium Park, as well as London’s blue light ‘Breathing’ located on the roof of the BBC’s Egton House, dedicated to journalists killed in action. ‘Echo’ is a...
The first issue of La Vanguardia in Catalan next to the Spanish edition (by M. Rocabert)

04 May 2011 02:49 PM

‘La Vanguardia’ newspaper launches its Catalan language edition with Bin Laden’s death on the front page of its first issue

In the year of its 130th anniversary, the historical flagship of the Catalan press, the spokesperson of the business world and centre-right nationalism has launched an edition in Catalan. ‘La Vanguardia’ has finally taken this step after many...
The exhibition is on show at Salvador Dalí's castle in Púbol (near Girona) until the 31st December (by M. López)

27 April 2011 09:39 PM

88 unpublished photographs of Salvador Dalí by Philippe Halsman on show

The exhibition, which commemorates the 70th anniversary of the first meeting between Salvador Dalí and the American photographer Philippe Halsman, reflects the close ties the two artists kept up for over 37 years. The temporary exhibition...
Visitors can now access to the arena of Tarragona's Roman Circus (by M. Cervelló)

27 April 2011 12:35 AM

Reforms allow visitors an insider view of the Tarragona’s Roman Circus

Visitors can get closer to the centre of the historical Roman stage thanks to a new ramp. Tarraco, Tarragona’s Roman name, was the capital of the Tarraconensis Province and an important city of the Roman Empire. Tarragona’s Roman ruins are a...
One of the fair's main exhibitions is devoted to Tarzan (by E. Rosanas)

16 April 2011 06:51 PM

Zombies, Tarzan and Spain’s 1981 military coup on show at the Barcelona International Comic Fair

The convention is celebrating its 29th edition. It hopes to gather a total of 100,000 comic fans during the four-day fair. This year the largest exhibition is devoted to creatures of the living-dead.
The Miró exhibition in the Tate Modern (by L. Pous)

14 April 2011 12:34 AM

Joan Miró: Tate Modern's major new retrospective

An exhibition devoted to Miró’s work opens on Thursday in London. It is the first time in 50 years that a large number of paintings by the Catalan artist are displayed in the United Kingdom.
A caption in Haiti by Emilio Morenatti (by CaixaForum / Emilio Morenatti)

12 April 2011 01:34 AM

Barcelona’s CaixaForum hosts an exhibition on the Haiti earthquake and the reconstruction process

‘Haití, 34 segons després’ (Haití, 34 seconds later) includes unpublished photos, documentaries and restoration projects. The exhibition wants to commemorate the earthquake victims as well as picturing the drama behind and the reconstruction efforts.
The original notebook from Gala Dalí (by Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation)

09 April 2011 12:10 AM

An autobiography from Salvador Dalí’s muse reveals a surprising side of Gala

The manuscript has been discovered in Dalí and Gala’s castle in Púbol. It reveals the writer dimension of the woman with whom the painter Salvador Dalí was deeply in love.
A moment of the musical's presentation in London (by L. Pous)

05 April 2011 11:56 PM

A new musical based on Spanish Civil War International Brigades to be premiered in London

‘Goodbye Barcelona’ will be on show by the end of the year in London. It will be premiered the year of the 75th anniversary of the International Brigades’ creation, the foreigners who came to Spain to defend the Republic against the Fascist...
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