Since a few years now the city finally has with Barcelona Design Hub a space at the height of its obsession with design. The building houses the design museum and festivals and conferences for creative innovation are held there. Occasional design themed exhibitions in the galleries of the city and museums dedicated to arts and crafts complete the offer.
The exhibition Adolf Loos. Private Spaces presents, for the first time in Spain, a vast display of the work of this outstanding figure in Viennese architecture, a pioneer in the debate between spaces in public and private life. The show highlights the aesthetic revolution led byLoos (1870-1933) when, in the Austrian capital at the turn of the twentieth century, he rebelled against the Viennese Secession, proposing economy in architectural construction and design, reviving the classical column and facing and the…Find out more »
Inauguration Jordi Serra Exhibition: Friday, January 19 at 7:30 p.m. Dates: from January 19 to February 16, 2018 Organized by: Vocación de Promoción Cerámica Venue: Exhibition Hall of the ACC expositionFind out more »
The "BODY & GAMES Msssana School" project brings together and invites us to reflect on the world of small-format editions and works, those productions that dilute traditional disciplinary fields and take over the distribution and relationship systems with users. Works outside the hegemonic art markets. "BODY & GAMES Msssana School" wants to offer productions designed to be multiple, prototypes or reproductions, editions in all types of support (paper, object, textile) for readings and diverse uses that practice creativity as a…Find out more »
The Arts and Crafts movement, linked to design and decorative arts, was born in Great Britain around 1880 and it was developed until the First World War. It spread rapidly throughout America and Europe until reaching Japan. Its maximum ideologist was the artist and writer William Morris (1834-1896) and took its name from the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society, founded in London in 1887. +infoFind out more »