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BETWEEN LIGHTS

We recommend the exhibition “BETWEEN LIGHTS” at the Fernando Pinós gallery, a collection of beautiful table lamps, standard lamps and wall appliqués, from the end of 19th century to the middle of the 20th century.

From its New York workshops, Louis Comfort Tiffany was one of the most creative and prolific designers, with new and copied methods of glass-making. At l’École de Nancy, Majorelle and Gallé created a decorative world full of plants and insects that also covered their lights. Gaspar Homar or Joan Busquets designed some particularly beautiful models, as were also found in cabinet-makers’, reproduction or decor shops such as Casa Masriera or Esteva, Hoyos i Cia in Barcelona. More information at www.fpinos.com

From 1st December at the Fernando Pinós Gallery, c. Consell de Cent, 325 Barcelona

The exhibition catalogue can be bought at the Fernando Pinós Gallery or the offices of the Museu del Modernisme Català. (Paperback. 128 pages. RRP: €15)

 

 

MUSIC AT THE MUSEUM: 26th November AMB ÀNIMA

On Saturday 26 November you can enjoy the works of art at the museum and a music session with AMB ÀNIMA from 7pm. Book on 93 272 28 96.

AMB ÀNIMA is a recently formed company of two violinists, Víctor and Maria, who want to bring the great works of the History of Music to all audiences and settings, in original formats and presentations.

In the last few years intense concert activity has taken place at different prestigious festivals performing with symphonic orchestras such as the OBC (Orchestra of Barcelona and National of Catalonia), OSCyL (Symphonic Orchestra of Castilla y León), OSG (Symphonic Orchestra of Galicia), Orchestra of Navarra, Orchestra of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, ONCA (National Classical Orchestra of Andorra), BCN216, JONC Filharmonia, Orquestra Barroca Catalana, Academia 1750, Il Capriccio, and Spirit of Europe at Vienna. All after studying for several years in Austria, Holland and Germany.

Next Saturday don’t miss the chance to enjoy a museum amb ànima.

With Nusos Culturals and Tr3sc