From 14th July to 13th October 2013
During the mid 19th century radical artistic movements began to emerge which have had a lasting impact on culture and aesthetics continuing into the 20th century and beyond.
This exhibition includes work from a number of the major figures of Modern Art (Gauguin, Sisley, Kandinsky, Kirchner, Delaunay, Kupka, Stepanova, Hopper, etc).Their works are exibited in context alongside important Catalan artists (Urgell, Meifrèn, Martí Alsina, Granero, Amat, Tarrassó, etc.).
Feelings and emotions are communicated by the colours and texture of the paint itself.
The aim is to use the language and perception of art as a way of awakening the senses and to recreate and evoke real experiences in an abstract form. It works on the fascination we all have for moments that have been frozen in time and yet seem able to come to life in the present.