Cunningham, Cage & Tudor (Sitges, 1966)
Thanks to Joan Miró’s generosity, Barcelona’s Club 49 invited the Merce Cunningham Dance Company to perform in Sitges in 1966. Joaquim Gomis, who was one of the club members, was able to photograph the American troupe, which included John Cage and David Tudor, at the famed La Ricarda residence during a break, as well as at a rehearsal prior to their perfomance.
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Visible Invisible (Animal Light)
With no manipulation whatsoever -with just water, light, and a camera - Bufill captures real images in a fraction of a second and turns them into hypnotic apparitions.
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Bo Bardi appears in Gaudí as seen by Gomis
From the photographs taken by Joaquim Gomis of some of Antoni Gaudí’s most iconic buildings, this selection was made by thinking about what Lina Bo Bardi might have discovered in the Catalan architect’s works during her visit to Barcelona in 1956.
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Look to Learn How to Live
Esperanza Urdeix is an Alexander Technique teacher who applies her practice to photography. According to this technique, we have to give ourselves time to make decisions. For Urdeix, observing everything that surrounds her in her daily life allows her to stop and gain awareness of how she herself feels during a convalescence.
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La Ricarda: Two Views
Photographs by Joaquim Gomis and Magels Landet. Joaquim Gomis photographed La Ricarda while it was being built. Decades later, the sculptor Magels Landet captured details from the house when it was no longer inhabited and had become a legend of architectural and cultural modernity from the Barcelona of the 1960s.
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His relationship with beeswax has led chandler Toni Garcia to venture into photography. Addressing the synergy that emerges between light and darkness, Garcia observes his surroundings from a different perspective.
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Joaquim Gomis. Selection of Photographs
Joaquim Gomis i Serdañons (Barcelona, 1902-91) was an entrepreneur, photographer, art promoter and the first president of the Fundació Joan Miró. Over the course of more than five decades, he produced a large body of photographic work that was associated with the most advanced artistic approaches of its times.
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From a Pixel a Poem
Joan Brossa always quoted the principle of his much-admired Fregoli: ’art is life and life is transformation.’ Cloe Masotta takes this premise out into the streets, knowing that at any moment she may encounter an object, a text, a shadow or a colour that attracts her and that she can seize with her cell phone. Once framed, reality is transformed and introduces a poetic twist. Nothing is what it appears to be.
This exhibition is part of the Epicentre Brossa programming.
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Brossa at La Ricarda
A selection of Joaquim Gomis’s photographs covering the two performances held at La Ricarda in the 1960s, conceived jointly by Joan Brossa and Josep Maria Mestres Quadreny: Suite bufa and Concert per a representar.
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Lluís Maria Riera, an amateur photographer closely associated with the Fundació Joan Miró and the Galeria Joan Prats, was a friend of Miró, Tàpies and Brossa, as well as other artists.
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In the mid-forties, amateur photographer Joaquim Gomis visited Gimeno Foundry with his friend Joan Miró. At the foundry, Gomis found material paying tribute to the leaders of Franco’s dictatorship, as well as remnants of artistic movements prior to the Republic.
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The Casa Bloc is a rationalist social housing building designed by GATCPAC architects near the end of the Second Republic. It was intended for workers from the factories at Sant Andreu, but before the inauguration the Franco regime allocated most of the apartment to military families instead.
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