Barcelona Gallery Weekend 2024

Barcelona Gallery Weekend 2024

Barcelona Gallery Weekend

July 10, 2024
Barcelona Gallery Weekend 2024
Tenth anniversary: celebrating art in galleries
September 19–22, 2024
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Join us in our tenth anniversary to discover Barcelona’s artistic scene in the most outstanding galleries!

From September 19 to 22, Barcelona Gallery Weekend will feature an extensive programme of exhibitions and events aimed at collectors, professionals and general public in 27 contemporary and modern art galleries in Barcelona and L’Hospitalet, which will be showing the works of more than 30 national and international artists: 

3 Punts Galería, Jan Schüler / ADN Galeria, Eugenio Merino, Julio Anaya / Ana Mas Projects, Michael Lawton / àngels barcelona, Lúa Coderch / Artur Ramon Art, Jordi Ortiz / Bombon Projects, Lara Fluxà / Chiquita Room, Louis Porter / Dilalica, Beatriz Olabarrieta & Mario Santamaría / ethall, Rasmus Nilausen / FUGA, Nieves Mingueza / Galería Alegría, Jorge Diezma / Galeria Marc Domènech, Esther Boix / galeria SENDA, Gino Rubert / Galería Uxval Gochez, Yeonsu Lim / Galería Valid Foto BCN, Masao Yamamoto / House of Chappaz, Carles Congost / L21 Barcelona, Fabio Viscogliosi / Mayoral, Miquel Barceló, Ferran García Sevilla, Joan Gelabert, Francesca Llopis, José Pérez Ocaña, Jaume Plensa & Mayoral Contemporani, Catalina León / Pigment Gallery, Sito Mújica / Prats Nogueras Blanchard, Richard Wentworth / ProjecteSD, Jochen Lempert / RocioSantaCruz, Lionel Sabatté / Sala Parés, Michael Kenna & Toni Catany / Suburbia Contemporary, Gianluca Iadema / Taché Art Gallery, Lluis Lleó / Víctor Lope Arte Contemporáneo, Beate Höing / Zielinsky, Claudio Goulart.

A diverse agenda of activities will complement the exhibitions programme through performances, comented visits, talks, presentations and special gatherings, as well as:

A walk by the curator…
From a curatorial point of view, seven curators from the local scene will suggest seven walks around the participating galleries. The text-guides by Xavier Acarín, David Armengol, Cèlia del Diego, Carles Guerra, Sofia Lemos, Valentín Roma and Patricia Sorroche will be available on BGW website so that anyone can follow their “walks” at their own pace.

ARCO GalleryWalks
With the support of ARCO Foundation, Barcelona Gallery Weekend 2024 offers the free guided tours ARCO GalleryWalk: 14 itineraries to the 27 galleries in which gallerists and artists will present their exhibitions for those attending. On Sunday September 22 and Saturday September 28.

BGW Familiar
Four active visits for families with children in two of Barcelona Gallery Weekend galleries, in which participants will be invited to reflect on what they see through questions and games. On Sunday September 22 and Saturday September 28.

Professional programme
Special gatherings, exclusive tours by local curators, private collection & artists studio visits, among other events, aimed at collectors and art professionals for networking and getting to discover Barcelona’s scene.

Acquisitions programme
Addressed at private companies and foundations that commit to incorporate artworks from the participating galleries into their collections. First three participating entities:

Fundació Vila Casas, faithful to this initiative since its first edition in 2017, has confirmed its participation in the eighth edition of the programme. This non-profit institution was founded by Antoni Vila Casas (Barcelona, 1930-2023) in 1986 to promote Catalan contemporary art, and currently holds four exhibition spaces in Catalunya.

Joining this edition for the first time is Fundació Sorigué, which builds up one of the most important contemporary art collections in Spain with more than 450 works by national and international artists. The collection is housed in the museum of Fundació Sorigué in Lleida (Catalonia), where, in addition to the permanent collection, temporary exhibitions are programmed focusing on promoting contemporary artistic creation.

Also taking part for the first time is Fundació Úniques, created in 2023 with the aim of promoting the work by women artists based in the Països Catalans, and collectionism as a way of contributing to the preservation of contemporary art.

Barcelona Gallery Weekend, a project by ArtBarcelona. Galeries
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