Joan Negrescolor is the artist whose work is currently on display at the Altell Il·lustrat, a space where the city’s illustrators can exhibit their art and which is updated twice a year: for the Mercè and for Sant Jordi.
For all the family! Thirty-five missions and riddles to be solved. Follow the routes, scan the QR codes and discover the secrets of Barcelona. Collect points as you go and earn your super explorer certificate!
Since 1999, the Catalan painter, draftsman and illustrator, Peric Pastor, has worked in his studio in the Poble Nou neighbourhood of Barcelona. Previously, he spent thirteen years living and working in New York, where he had his first exhibition in 1980.
The City Hall's Sala Ciutat is reinventing itself as a bookshop specialising in books on Barcelona and as a space for displaying works from the illustration sector. Books, city and illustrations are the three foundations of a project that is set to grow.
From the end of the eighteenth century until the mid twentieth century, Barcelona was witness to the golden age of the circus. As well as the many travelling circuses that visited the city, people could also enjoy the permanent show, the Circo Ecuestre Barcelonés.