Barcelona Metròpolis. Have you given any thought to how women and men use the city? The dossier Urban planning and gender proposes how to rethink the city to balance between women and men both productive and care-giving tasks.
Architecture. The book “345 ways of living (in) Barcelona”, published by the Barcelona City Council, shows what it is like to live in the city today using the buildings showcased in the 48h Open House Barcelona Festival.
Culture. Published by Barcelona City Council and written by Ricard Mas, ‘Dalí i Barcelona’ looks at the artist’s relationship with the city, with numerous new insights.
Awards The essay "Barcelona Supermodel" has won the 2016 Ciutat de Barcelona Award, in the History of Barcelona category.
Books. ‘Barcelona, ciutat de llibres’ looks at the close relationship between the city and books, and how they have helped shape public spaces.
Culture. The new book ‘Barcelona, ciutat simbòlica’, published by Barcelona City Council, looks at the monuments, images and iconic streets in the city.
Barcelona Metròpolis. La nostra revista arriba al número 100 després de trenta anys de publicació gairebé ininterrompuda.
The Sala Ciutat was filled with poetry, lots of poetry, at the presentation of Poesia Contracultura Barcelona, a compilation of poems and documents from eighteen dead poets, presented by David Castillo and Marc Valls.
Cultural facility. The premises reopen as a bookshop specialising in the city and as a venue promoting local illustrations.
Homage. A biography containing over 140 images highlights the legacy of this Barcelona photojournalist.
Picture. You can now enjoy three books on Barcelona in sketches. Three very different artistic styles that show us an original and surprising city.
Literature. The writer and journalist has been tasked with creating the projects which will consolidate Barcelona as a UNESCO City of Literature.
Commerce. The Quera bookshop opened a hundred years ago and has specialised in publications on the outdoors since 1966.
History. The Circ Eqüestre Barceloní in Pl. Catalunya and the Teatre Circ Olympia, in Av. Paral·lel, shaped the last 200 years of circus history.
Literature. The literary world today marked the designation of Barcelona as a UNESCO City of Literature.
Culture. The designation will mean an exchange of experiences and a boost for collaborative projects.
Exhibitions. The creative centre in Gràcia, Las Cosas de Martínez, is presenting an exhibition entitled ‘Barcelona Illustrada’, whereby 30 illustrators show their vision of the city.
Literature. Aimed at making reading accessible for everybody, an association for free books lets users take away books without paying for them.
Literature. City Council has published the bestselling novel by Antonio Altadill in Catalan for the first time.