Agustí Puig: Figure and Form

December 2018 - January 2019

Our current exhibition reflects Puig's continued engagement and endless fascination with the human form.

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Selected Oil Paintings by Chrissie Hynde

November 30 - December 5, 2018

New York







Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has announced that Eduardo Arranz-Bravo has been selected to create the hull artwork for the fourth and final ship of its Breakaway-Plus class, the 325.9-meter (1,069-foot) Norwegian Encore, debuting in Miami in November 2019.

In their press release, NCL stated: “Recognized for his inventive and humanistic approach to abstract art, Arranz-Bravo’s work is showcased throughout the world and portrays a constant evolution that some refer to as futuristic. He is highly regarded, having been the recipient of countless awards and accolades, and was one of three artists chosen to represent the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.

Creating Your Own Cosmicity
November 29, 2018 - February 10, 2019
Centre Cultural Terrassa, Spain

Agustí Puig is a highly unique and versatile artist, who capably experiments with numerous artistic disciplines including painting, sculpture, drawing, ceramics, and engraving, His current exhibition is a visual essay that covers his main themes: the passage of time, the fleeting condition of the human being, and the constant resistance to the omission of memory through the perpetuity of the gesture.

Curator: Natàlia Chocarro


New Dialogue
October 20 - November 18, 2018


Sculptures at Mar I Murtra Botanical Garden
Permanent Installion

Miquel Gelabert recently completed an important year-long collaboration with the historic Mar i Murtra Botanical Garden in Blanes, Spain. In keeping with the garden’s mission of preservation and as an alternative to excavation, Miquel Gelabert was invited to commemorate lost trees found at the site to create monumental in situ sculptures, or environmental artworks that celebrate the life of the trees and their surroundings.

The central sculpture is made from a lost pine (pinus halepensis) reimagined in its totemic elements. Gelabert’s vibrant lines mimic the natural patterns in the tree’s exterior and serve to reanimate the tree’s majestic form. The reclaimed bark thoughtfully arranged in a circle between sky and sea, further serve as a reminder of the sacred qualities of the site, reserved in centuries past as a place of spiritual reflection.

For the project, Gelabert created 3 individual interventions with trees, each situated at distinct junctures within the garden’s picturesque pathways.

In each case the use of the existing botanical forms contrasted with bright and rhythmic colors creates a wonderful contemporary synergy with the natural and historic appeal of this beautifully curated Garden.


From Renoir to Picasso
May 18 - December 31, 2018

Boncompain and the Masters at Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montélimar, France will feature Pierre Boncompain’s work alongside master works donated from his own private collection.

In conjunction with this, the Château de Adhémar, Montélimar, France will exhibit examples of Pierre’s tapestries and ceramics.


May 5, 2018 - October 28, 2018

Gottfried Salzmann was a featured artist in a group exhibition, EIN LADUNG (A Cargo), at the Schloss Ritzen Museum in Saalfelden, Austria.

The work featured in the exhibition comes from Dr. Wolfgang Biering and Renate Biering’s private collection; they began collecting Salzmann’s work in 1984.