Reus Museum is showing a selection of the best drawings in its collections, with works by Fortuny, Gaudí and Casas among them, but at the same time the exhibition invites us to reflect on drawing as a phenomenon in itself.
On 27 June Soler y Llach will put up for auction some incredible posters from the Josep Torné collection. These are masterpieces in the world of postermaking by artists as big as Josep Renau, Ricard Opisso, Capiello, Cassandre, A. de Riquer, Ramon Casas and Segrelles.
As a result of the age of its own invention, the motor car cannot have been a theme in art much before the turn of the twentieth century.
The painter Ramon Casas was the great columnist for one of the most brilliant and convulsive periods of the history of Catalonia. The Gothsland Gallery has put on a magnificent exhibition of his work, which accompanies the presentation of the first volume of the Complete Catalogue of the artist.
Recently there has been some controversy about the portrait of the King of Spain by the portrait painter Hernán Cortés Moreno, specialist in this type of work.
Political art has a very bad press, when what should really have a bad name is art which says nothing.
“Sobrecàrregues” is an initiative of the Assembly of Artists of La Garrotxa. Every month the Assembly invites an artist to hand on the façade of Olot Town Hall a life-sized interpretation of “The Charge” (1902) – the best-known work by Ramon Casas.
Josep Berga i Boada is revealed as one of the most interesting Catalan creators of the turn of the twentieth century.