If you’re a art contemporary lover and want to enjoy several routes throughout Barcelona visiting the different spaces of great artistic interest, the Barcelona Gallery Weekend starts on Thursday 1st October until Sunday October 4.
An event that aims to promote art in Barcelona that you can’t miss.
Barcelona Gallery Weekend
During four days, the city of Barcelona hosts the Barcelona Gallery Weekend, an event that will give the city a high level artistic program for lovers of contemporary art in over 35 spaces in Barcelona and that reflect the artistic and creative scene of the city.
We are ahead of the first edition from Barcelona Gallery Weekend in which a twenty one contemporary art galleries will present proposals for national and international artists, both contemporary and historical art, will open their doors to attendees can enjoy all the collections on display.
It is certainly a unique opportunity to discover all the artistic spaces of the city in 4 different routes so don’t miss anything during the days of the Barcelona Gallery Week.
The event is an initiative of Art Barcelona, the Association of Contemporary Art Galleries which also involved institutions as concerning as The City Council of Barcelona and the Generalitat de Catalunya. In addition, also involved different hotels, companies and individuals who expect Barcelona Gallery week will be a landmark in art.
Barcelona Gallery Weekend Routes
1. Eixample Route 1
This route includes the galleries located along the streets: Diagonal, Rosello, Passeig de Gràcia, Passatge Mercader and Enric Granados. It also includes the Fundació Suñol.
Next to ARCO Foundation there are the ARC Gallery Walks. It is offering free guided tours to the public.
2. Eixample Route 2
This route includes the galleries located along the streets: Aribau, Diputació, Plaça Letamendi, Balmes, Consell de Cent and Aragó, ending at the Fundació Tàpies.
3. Ciutat Vella Route
This route includes art galleries like those in the Trafalgar and Roger de Flor, or others such as galleries of Born, Raval and Ciutat Vella neighborhoods. We find the MACBA, the CCCB and the Picasso Museum among others.
This route is divided into two parts: On the one hand we have the Raval route and the other the Ciutat Vella and Born route.
4. Montjuïc – L’Hospitalet Route
This route includes the three galleries that open new spaces in the areas of Montjuïc and Hospitalet, as well as other institutions and art installations.
If you want assist at one of the routes of Barcelona Gallery Weekend only you have to write to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting the reservation.
If you want more information about what contemporary art galleries and spaces are available in each of the routes, you can visit the official website of Barcelona Gallery Weekend.
If you’re a lover of contemporary art, you enjoy Barcelona in the Gallery Weekend.