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B-local collective exhibition

B-Local Collective Exhibition

Opening: Weekend of 13th/14th/15th of November from 11am to 8pm.

The ‘B-Local’ exhibition brings together 80 artists who are part of the urban art scene in Barcelona. Visits by reservation: hola@bmurals.com

Passages Pop-up Show by Zane Prater

Passages Pop-up Show by Zane Prater

October 30th – November 8th
PASSAGES, an exhibition by Zane Prater in collaboration with B-MURALS consists of a collection of drawings and paintings made during the chaotic course of 2020. This body of work reflects upon the process of transition, of change, of moving out of one state of being and entering into another.

after me the body

After Me, The Body

March 19th – May 16th
After Me, The Body explores the human body in a technological universe, with all its human reflexes, movements and yearnings.

Dystopian Landscape

Dystopian Landscape

February 20 – April 18, 2020
First solo exhibition of the Barcelona artist Cesc Abad in the Víctor Lope gallery. In Dystopian Landscape, Abad presents his new project with a selection of paintings, works on paper and ceramic sculptures that investigates the defects of our society through his own dystopian world in which he creates impossible landscapes and future scenarios full of inconsistencies and primary colors.

wo exhibition

WO Exhibition by Lizette Nin

January 31st – February 28th 2020

WO is the dissolution of binarism…. WO is Angela Davis in her cell writing about the differences of white feminism… It is Mama Tingo, surpassing the barriers that were hers from birth… WO is the tribute to the lives that are lost crossing the Mediterranean…

Juana Francés

Juana Francés: Informalism Was Also Female

January 16 – March 28
Mayoral presents “Juana Francés: Informalism Was Also Female”, the first monographic exhibition in Barcelona on the artist from Alicante (1924-1990).

guzzo live painting

Guzzo Live Painting: MonkeyBird (FR)

January 13th
MonkeyBird creates large-scale paintings with mythological animals as the center of his creations. Most of MonkeyBird’s works of art incorporate a monkey and a humanoid bird, which represent “the two faces of humanity; the monkey is the realistic face and the bird is the dreamer,” according to 5Art Gallery (Paris).