This is an excellent opportunity to explore the work of an artist who has not exhibited in Barcelona for a number of years.
Jaume Plensa is a Barcelona-born visual artist, sculptor and engraver. He is one of the country’s most multifaceted artists and has experimented with drawing, opera scenario design, video screenings and acoustic instillations. He is known for his sculptures made up of letters and numbers and his new work, featured in this exhibition at Palau de la Música Catalana, is a reflection of that. It includes four of the artist’s sculptures, located in different spaces in the Palau building.
This is an excellent opportunity to explore the work of an artist who has not exhibited in Barcelona for a number of years. The pieces on display are Carmela (2015), a 4.5 metre high cast iron statue, which will be located outside the Palau on the corner with Petit Palau until mid September. Inside the building, the 2-metre bronze statues Sanna’s Dream and Rui Rui’s Dream, dating from 2014, can be found in Sala Lluís Millet, while the painted stainless steel and marble stone Silent Music III stands in the foyer. All three pieces will be on display until the 16th of May.
Sculptures by Jaume Plensa at Palau de la Música
When: Until 16 May.
Where: Palau de la Música.
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