Barcelona, Spain

Events at this location


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may

05mar01sepPio Abad and Maria Taniguchi at ‘Rituals of The Everyday’SPAIN
Collegium is pleased to present ‘Rituals of The Everyday’, inspired by the site of Arévalo and its unique landscape formed by layers of history and diverse cultures. Through poetic and concrete gestures, artists in the exhibition explore questions about how we understand the contemporary world through past lives.

june

05mar01sepPio Abad and Maria Taniguchi at ‘Rituals of The Everyday’SPAIN
Collegium is pleased to present ‘Rituals of The Everyday’, inspired by the site of Arévalo and its unique landscape formed by layers of history and diverse cultures. Through poetic and concrete gestures, artists in the exhibition explore questions about how we understand the contemporary world through past lives.

july

05mar01sepPio Abad and Maria Taniguchi at ‘Rituals of The Everyday’SPAIN
Collegium is pleased to present ‘Rituals of The Everyday’, inspired by the site of Arévalo and its unique landscape formed by layers of history and diverse cultures. Through poetic and concrete gestures, artists in the exhibition explore questions about how we understand the contemporary world through past lives.

august

05mar01sepPio Abad and Maria Taniguchi at ‘Rituals of The Everyday’SPAIN
Collegium is pleased to present ‘Rituals of The Everyday’, inspired by the site of Arévalo and its unique landscape formed by layers of history and diverse cultures. Through poetic and concrete gestures, artists in the exhibition explore questions about how we understand the contemporary world through past lives.

september

05mar01sepPio Abad and Maria Taniguchi at ‘Rituals of The Everyday’SPAIN
Collegium is pleased to present ‘Rituals of The Everyday’, inspired by the site of Arévalo and its unique landscape formed by layers of history and diverse cultures. Through poetic and concrete gestures, artists in the exhibition explore questions about how we understand the contemporary world through past lives.