In the city

Art Photo Bcn splashes the city with exhibitions and activities that link and give continuity to the authors who have participated in previous editions of our event. Exhibition halls help us to create a network of actions around photography and its protagonists, involving the city that welcomes us every year in spring, Barcelona. We expanded Art Photo Bcn in space and time, extending beyond the center of the city and from the beginning of April to the end of June 2019 in this sixth edicion.

Associated locations 2019 and authors

    • Fundación Foto Colectania, Ricardo Cases
    • CC Can Basté, Eva Díez
    • CC Casa Golferichs, Ana Galán
    • CC Guinardó, Mar Martín
    • CC Parc Sandaru, Leafhopper
    • CC Sagrada Familia, Gloria Oyarzábal
Foto Colectania Foundation

Foto Colectania Foundation

Passeig Picasso 14, Barcelona

Foto Colectania Foundation aims to disseminate photography and make it known in the social, artistic and educational field of our country. Created in 2002 in Barcelona, ​​works very specially on two levels: the city context, presenting a quality cultural program and in the international context, producing and disseminating projects of Catalan and Spanish artists around the world.

The Foundation also has a library specializing in photography and a collection that reaches more than 3,000 works by 80 authors.

Contacto

www.fotocolectania.org

info@fotocolectania.org

Tel. 93 217 16 26

Espai de fotografía Francesc Català-Roca / Casa Golferichs

Espai de fotografía Francesc Català-Roca / Casa Golferichs

Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 491 Barcelona

Espai de fotografia Francesc Català-Roca is a public equipment in Eixample’s District and the specialized project of Centre cívic Casa Golferichs. It was inaugurated in 1993 on Calabria Street with the intention of filling a growing interest in the field of documentary photography, photojournalism and author photography. Thus, taking the name of one of the great references of photography in Catalonia, Francesc Català-Roca, gave shape to a clear idea about training and learning, as well as the visibility of young talents and amateur photographers. A place to learn, share and develop the photographic way of looking. Hence his inaugural motto that has been maintained until now: «Learn to look».

Contacto

www.golferichs.org/catalaroca/

info.catalaroca@golferichs.org

Tel. 93 325 77 87

Centre Cívic Can Basté

Centre Cívic Can Basté

Passeig Fabra i Puig 274, Barcelona

The history of Can Basté is more than three hundred years and has gone through several stages to become the current civic center. On a medieval tower, a farmhouse was built that did the functions of the field, holiday house, flower store and even conservatory of music among others.

As a result of the local demand since the seventies and the desire of the democratic municipal district to recover the architectural heritage of Nou Barris, the centenary house became a civic center in 1995.
Currently, it is managed by the Turó Acció Socio Cultural (TASC), and organizes many social and cultural activities for leisure and citizen participation. In recent years they have made the Can Basté an important photographic reference space.

Contacto

www.canbaste.com

info@canbaste.com
+34 93 420 66 51

Fuga. Centre de Fotografia

Fuga. Centre de Fotografia

Fontrodona 31, Barcelona

Fuga is a center dedicated to exploring photography and visual culture with courses, exhibitions and projects. Our mission is to promote creation and critical thinking through learning in a collaborative environment.
Work with the expressive and political potential of images is the engine of the project. A space where you can grow as an autonomous creator and develop a critical and coherent view.

Contacto

www.fugafoto.com 

info@fugafoto.com

Tel. 93 174 4907

Centre Cívic Sagrada Familia

Centre Cívic Sagrada Familia

Carrer Provença 480, Barcelona

The Centre Cívic Sagrada Familia was inaugurated in the spring of 1997, integrated into a building that grouped other facilities. Its thematic objective is to become a specialized and reference center in the field of gender, so that it is transformed into a true experimentation laboratory and a nucleus that brings together the most innovative voices in this field.

The center has worked from the beginning on gender issues through the Fem en Femení cycle, a cycle that seeks to capture and disseminate what women do and think about different aspects. Through different activities, issues related to the world of women were worked from an informative point of view, as an aesthetic experience and always with the intention of fostering a critical spirit.

Contacto

www.ccsagradafamilia.net

info@ccsagradafamilia.net

34 93 450 89 17

Centre Cívic Guinardó

Centre Cívic Guinardó

Ronda Guinardó 113-141

In 1978 the City Council of Barcelona expropriated the farm that currently occupies the Guinardó Civic Center and on June 19, 1982, the old Can Melis became the first civic center in Barcelona.
Exhibitions, workshops and activities that have to do with science, performing arts and artistic and musical creation configure the center’s programming. One of the best known activities is the Young Art Show Stripart, which, since 1995, every summer fills the center with the most diverse emerging art manifestations.

Contacto

www.ccguinardo.cat

informacio@ccguinardo.cat

Tel. 93 450 39 87

Parc Sandaru

Parc Sandaru

Buenaventura Muñoz 21, Barcelona

After the last production of soft drinks, the beverage factory of D Organization closed its doors giving way to a new stage on the space of Buenaventura Muñoz with Naples. SANDARU was one of its star drinks of the 60s: Fresh, natural, original, for adults and children. The Center Parc Sandaru aims to these characteristics to maintains everything that made this drink an exceptional drink. Committed to the environment and to people, they plan a space full of cultural, environmental and educational activities.

Contacto

http://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/ccivics/parcsandaru

info@ccparcsandaru.cat

Tel. 93 309 06 35