Areas of special interest ceramic agreements during his visit to Congress (program guidance)
Besides being the main conference, the Design Museum of Barcelona is the main repository of collective·ceramic collections in the country and, further, will host a major exhibition of ceramics in architecture in the Mediterranean.
CaixaForum Barcelona (Old factory Casaramona)
1912 – Architect: Josep Puig
Important modernist building made with brick, Your CaixaForum Barcelona, where there are major exhibitions by La Caixa Foundation. Possible visits to Congress.
La Pedrera (Casa Mila)
Architect: Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (1852-1926)
One of the most prominent buildings of Gaudi, built between 1906 – 1910. És propietat i està gestionat per la Fundació La Pedrera. Space Blanket Gaudí offers visits to the Congress building and the roof.
The Picasso Museum will offer the public an important colleague·collection of Picasso ceramics its funds. Possible visits to Congress.
The Foundation offers the public some ceramic Joan Miró and poses a possible exposure linked to congress in Space 13.
Equipment dedicated to art from the Romanesque to the twentieth century. Highlights ceramic mural Miró - Artigas (1978) diverse modernist ceramics. Possible interventions special occasion conference Academy, still under study.
Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA):
Barcelona museum dedicated to contemporary art with some interesting examples of pottery author.
It has two exhibition spaces during the celebration of the congress, possibly dedicated to the craft of ceramics Catalonia.
Show in determining the exhibition hall Street Dr. Dou, very close to the MACBA.
Could exhibit during the conference ceramic works of Antoni Tàpies, one of the great Catalan artists of the second half of the twentieth century and guided visits to the institution (including stores) in small groups.
The department Crafts, A-FAD, proposed co·working with a twinning project with Japan, in which it is proposed to expose Kyoto potters during the Congress in Barcelona.
This great modernist hospital grounds, built between 1902 – 1930, was designed by the architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner (1850 – 1923). Recently it has been carefully restored, especially regarding the ceramic coating.
It is the most emblematic building of the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). It began its construction 1882 and is not expected to be completed until 2026. Ceramic applications have high visual impact.
Original building 1847 completely remodeled in 2005 by architect Enric Miralles (1955 – 2000). Ceramic Tiled Roof work Cumella.
The Casa Batllo (1905 – 1907) is a masterpiece of’Antoni Gaudí. Behind the exceptional modernist facade, reflecting a calm sea, hides a world of surprises and refined architectural details.
This auditorium, headquarters of the Orfeo Catalan, is one of the best examples of Catalan Modernism, built between 1905 – 1908 the hand of the architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner (1850 – 1923).
Modernist house built between 1898 – 1900, designed by the architect Josep Puig (1867 – 1956). Té importants aplicacions ceràmiques tant a la façana com a l’interior. Actualment és la seu de la Fundació Institut Amatller d’Art Hispànic.
The Palau Güell is a building designed by architect Antoni Gaudí, exponent of Catalan Modernism, between 1885 i 1900. The palace is located in Nou de la Rambla, El Raval.
The Park Güell, Antoni Gaudí, is a large garden with architectural elements with important applications in ceramics, located in the upper part of Barcelona, built between 1900 i 1914.
Stunning ceramic sculpture by Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) near the port of Barcelona, dated l'any 1992.
Intervention in public space by Beverly Pepper (1922) Park in front of the North Station.
Ceramic sculpture by Joan Miró (1893 – 1983) Joan Miró Park.