Trafalgar, 53
08010 Barcelona



Invisible mechanics in which we are immersed in trembling.


Degrees of Being

Vivian Vivas' first European exhibit

The Library

A long "rug" of discarded glass

I’ll show you everything that I’ve seen

From questions such as what it means to be an emerging artist and what it is to be an artist and to grow old, I’ll show you everything that I’ve seen presents a dialogue between the works of Alba García i Allué (1997, Barcelona) and Ana Gallardo (1958, Rosario, Argentina)

Of shells, skin and bones

Of Shells, Skin and Bones approaches the notion of body from its absence, from objects and elements that bear witness to its existence, that give an account of its materiality, representation and fragility


Imaginaries around water with tree installations crossed by eco-fiction


Materials and Stone

Construction materials, concepts of speculation and value, in relation to the contemporary urban landscape.

Two Claws that Make an Egg

A modular architectural structure covered with fabric scraps evokes questions around adult-centrism and maternities.

Within Reach

Materialities, scale and immediate reality

Exposing the Columns

An intervention that opens momentarily the columns, according to a contract drawn up between the artist, the gallery, and the collector.



An exploration of artistic processes in relation to the context of the exhibition space


A reflection on the complexity of meaning in today’s concept of work


An investigation into the creation of systems and ecosystems through unique coding languages

Like a World That Crumbles When No One Is Watching

Curated by Bartlebooth


The Daltons

Color blindness is the starting point for a conceptual and formal exercise around color

Still Life, Portrait, Landscape

Can the art history canon adapt to digital globalization? The work of Indian-American artist Tara Kelton poses these questions with poignant humor.


Bits and Atoms

Intersections between material form and intangible communication


Rocío Olivares' first solo show


Dilalica’s inaugural exhibition focuses on and grows out of the space itself, physically, conceptually, and metaphorically.