Sign Up for Free Updates
As Seen On:
Tag Archives: Barcelona arts
Antonio Gaudí's first house is like a corbelling cake ready to topple - not in my lifetime...
By admin | Published: August 11, 2012
Pigeons now plague the world. They used to be carriers of important messages and were delicacies for the palate. Millions of these overweight birds...
By admin | Published: January 8, 2012
While searching for cat food in a fancy department store in Barcelona, Catherine Hart walked out with a new camera. Since 1994, she has been photographing Barcelona and other cities in Europe. I met Catherine through the Barcelona Women's Network and am continuously amazed at her productivity. Art Nouveau Tile, Barcelona
By admin | Published: December 10, 2011
Whether you celebrate the holidays in the upcoming weeks or not, going to the Crisismas Y Mas Y Mas (Recessionmore And More And More) is a great way to...
By admin | Published: November 12, 2011
No, this festival is not about how to order your steak or the best gin to drink. It is documentary film festival about music. Barcelona Arts.
By admin | Published: October 27, 2011
As artist extraordinaire, fluent in four languages, this sophisticated Diva can be seen, butt in air, dumpster diving with the best of them. Benedicte Bodard, orginally from Normandy in France, and coming to Barcelona from Los Angeles, has stockpiled thousands of beautiful cement tiles found in dumpsters around Spain.
By admin | Published: October 9, 2011
I love history in photos, especially when they are grainy black and whites...
By admin | Published: August 8, 2011
Mitte is one of the most attractive bars in Barcelona and a new addition to the Barcelona arts scene. It's minimal, sleek, and eclectic with it's old marble tables and diversity of cool chairs
By admin | Published: July 23, 2011
Hot yellows, blues, rich reds and greens burst forth in Vic 5 Tienda Ceramica. Wood shelves are packed...
By admin | Published: June 30, 2011