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Time recovered

In the framework of the Barcelona Architecture Week, and as a BARQ Festival collateral event, the short films made by 50 students from ETSAB and from Elisava during the practical workshop Architecture and Cinema conducted by Maria Mauti. After the screening of the short films, a round table discussion will be held with the participation of the authors, representatives of the Institutions that support the project, and personalities from the world of the University, Cinema and Architecture.

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Standing and Sitting

Performance by artist Ivo Sans during a seven-hour work day session, accompanied by three collaborators as part of the Sampler Series, organized by L’Auditori de Barcelona and focusing on new music.

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Joan Miró, Modern Art and the Legacies of (Art) Historical Archives

The curators of the exhibition Miró-ADLAN: An Archive of Modernity (1932-1936) will be joined by Anne Umland (MoMA) and Marko Daniel (Fundació Joan Miró) for an hour-long conversation about the position of Joan Miró within the history of modern art, his role in promoting new art in Barcelona and New York, the spaces in which his work was exhibited during the 1930s, and the importance of archives (personal and institutional) in mapping the relations between artists and the local contexts in which they produced and exhibited their work.

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ADLAN and Film

The Fundació Joan Miró is participating in the Per amor a les arts series with proposals along the lines of its programming. This session, linked to the exhibition Miró-ADLAN. An Archive of Modernity (1932-1936), could easily have been programmed by the members of ADLAN (Amics de l’Art Nou [Friends of New Art]), who, as so many European intellectuals of their times, were fascinated by the origins of film.

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Nalini Malani Wikiproject

The Nalini Malani Wikiproject is based on You Don’t Hear Me, the exhibition featuring works by the Indian artist Nalini Malani. The project examines the names of the women authors who have influenced Malani and the universal myths that have shaped the artist’s work, with the aim of providing a better knowledge of them by completing their Wikipedia entries.

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In Praise of Shadow

Coinciding with the two exhibitions in Barcelona devoted to their careers, the South African artist William Kentridge and the Indian artist Nalini Malani will talk in this session about the points where their work coincides.

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What are your causes?

Joan Miró was involved in a variety of political causes for which he painted a large number of posters. He used his bold, committed brushstrokes to support democracy, human rights, and the Catalan language and culture, among others. At the Fundació Joan Miró, as part of the Open City Thinking Biennale held in Barcelona, we invite you to join a workshop in which you will discover the most militant Miró and design your own poster to let your voice be heard.

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