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Art Galleries in Les Corts

Written by Aléxia Costa

Les Corts is a province in western Barcelona, the ideal place for art lovers. Not unlike the rest of Barcelona, Les Corts presents you with dozens of art galleries within walking distance.

Here are some suggestions for a day full of art!

Related article: A walk through Les Corts district

Contemporary art

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Photo by: Fouquier ॐ via VisualHunt

3 punts gallery

Open since 1994, 3 punts gallery collaborates with emerging international artists, giving them experience and contributing to the development of the artistic scene in Barcelona.

Other galleries that work in a similar fashion are Punto a Parte, Sky Aurora, and Galeria Comas .

Victor Lope, Esart and N2 Galleries, are also other contemporary art galleries that will present you with the new emerging artists in the contemporary world.

Galleries to find XIX and XX century artists

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Photo via Visual hunt

If you’re looking for some great names of this era, you can find them in Joan Gaspar gallery. A place of art to find works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Miró, George Braque, Eduardo Chillida, and the ceramist Claudi Casanovas.

At the Oriol art gallery, there is a present purpose of defending the 20th-century art with rigor and accuracy.

To continue the trip to the past, visit the Marlborough gallery in Les Corts and experience the ancient paintings and sculptures of artists from Europe, USA, South America and Asia; or the David Cervello art gallery, specialized in drawings from the 19th and 20th century.

Showing works from the same era but with a slightly different tone is Francesc Mestre d’Art, a gallery whose purpose is to recover historically forgotten artists, such as Francesco Domingo, a Barcelona-born painter, Rafael Solanic, sculptor and pedagogue, Monolo Hugué, a Catalan sculptor, among many others.

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More than observers

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Photo by: Dean Hochman via Visualhunt

Besides visiting the art galleries in Les Corts, you can also be a part of its art presence, even if in a small way. At Punt Creatiu the visitor isn’t just an observer: in here there’s the opportunity to enhance your personal artistic growth. This is a space to learn and to get social with new artists.

To finish with style, here at ShBarcelona we chose to present you a gallery dedicated to the younger visitors. Plom Gallery is a contemporary space devoted to kids, whose objective is to show the importance of art as a tool in education and human development.

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About the author

Aléxia Costa

Aléxia Costa is a ghostwriter for both fiction and non-fiction.

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