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Impressionists and Photography

Impressionists and Photography
Monet, Degas, Renoir, Pissarro, Caillebotte… 66 oil paintings and more than 100 photographs The Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum presents from the past october 15th 2019 until January 26th, 2020 'Impressionists and Photography', an exhibition that discovers the great impact that the invention of photography had on the development of plastic arts in the second half of the nineteenth century, and the way in which its appearance radically changed the way of contemplating the world and representing it, especially for the impressionists. Monet, Degas, Pissarro or Sisley stand out among the painters present; while Cuvelier, Le Gray, Baldus or Marville stand out

Palacio de Liria

Palacio de Liria
Palacio de Liria, which is actually the habitual residence of the Dukes of Alba and headquarters of the Casa de Alba Foundation, has opened its doors to the public on September 19, 2019, becoming a must-see in Madrid for art lovers and for people interested in history. The access allows the visit of fourteen of its main rooms. Palacio de Liria, also known as “the younger brother of the Royal Palace”, is considered one of the most important urban palaces in Madrid. It was built between 1767 and 1785, by order of the III Duke of Berwick and Liria: Don

Trencadís

Trencadís
New designs inspired by the trencadís technique, so present at Park Güell. A technique full of color and originality that we now also show in digital printing on cotton fabrics and silk to offer different products. In particular, we have developed a collection based on a trencadís with a predominance of blue tones - which we call trencazul - present in our cushion cover, cotton flower vase, tote bag and silk scarf and that we will expand to other products.        Trencadís is the Catalan term to define a mosaic made by pieces of broken ceramic tiles –usually

Balenciaga, Barceloning

Balenciaga,   Barceloning
From June 18 till September 22 the exhibition Balenciaga and Spanish painting takes place at Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, Madrid. The exhibition consists of 90 of clothing made by the prestigious Spanish fashion designer Balenciaga (1895-1972) paired with paintings created by the best exponents of Spanish painting from the 16th to the 20th centuries. For the occasion our Cotton Flower Vases, Cushion Covers, Soap Bars and Mousepads have been adapted to designs and framings (done by the Museum team) inspired by this exhibition. Three of these are remarkable: the myrrh fragrance soap, the rectangular cushion cover and the fabric`s vase that reinterpret the embroidery of a Balenciaga dress. Items produced by Barceloning for sale exclusively in the Museum shops + info ADHOC   Art and

Caixaforum se viste de lujo

Caixaforum se viste de lujo
CaixaForum se viste de lujo con su actual exposición Lujo. De los asirios a Alejandro Magno, y Barceloning participa con una nueva producción en base a un diseño del equipo de Laieproduccions inspirado en una botella para aceite perfumado de vidrio con pan de oro presente en la exposición.   CaixaForum Barcelona descubre cómo era el lujo entre el 900 y el 300 a.C. Lujo. De los asirios a Alejandro Magno, un viaje de más de seiscientos años por las culturas antiguas de Oriente Próximo y su relación con el lujo y la opulencia, una oportunidad única para comprender el concepto “lujo” entre

Gala/Dalí Exhibition at Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya

Gala/Dalí Exhibition at Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
From July 6 ​till October 14, 2018, the​ ​exhibition Gala/Dalí. Aroom of one's own in Púbol will take place at the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona. We have produced two models of ​our plastic screen ​lampshades ​to be used as a candleholder on a wine glass​.​ ​Designs ​were ​inspired by framings from the works of Salvador Dalí Galatea of the ​Spheres belonging to the Teatre-Museu Dalí Collection​, Figueras and Dream caused by the flight of a bee around a grenade a second before awakening from the collection of the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum in Madrid GALATEA Lampshade   Gala's Dream

Casa Vicens, the first house built by Gaudí in Barcelona

Casa Vicens, the first house built by Gaudí in Barcelona
This modernist building located in Barcelona, ​​in the district of Gracia, was Gaudí's first major project after his degree as an architect in 1878. It was built between 1883 and 1888, when Gracia District was still an independent urban area of ​​Barcelona. It is interesting to highlight the facade of the building, whose decoration is based on compositions with tiles, giving the building a very colorful aspect, one of the main characteristics of this construction and modernism. Casa Vicens is structured on four levels: an underground floor where the museum shop is actually located, two floors that were intended for

Barceloning in the Cathedral of Girona

Barceloning in the Cathedral of Girona
Barceloning has produced for Palacios y Museos a wine glass lampshade illustrated with a detail of the stained-glass window of the artist Sean Scully, installed in July 2011. The Cathedral of Santa María de Girona was started in the XI century in Romanesque style and culminated in Gothic style with successive Baroque contributions. It has the widest Gothic nave in the world, surpassed in the Baroque period of only three meters by the nave of the Basilica of San Pietro in Rome. In its interior there are stained glass windows of different periods and styles, among which the stained glass

Barceloning at Tromsø

Barceloning at Tromsø
We are present in the Arctic! In Tromsø, Norway, at 350 km from the Arctic Circle. A privileged place to enjoy the midnight sun but also the polar night and its magical aurora borealis.   Polaria Museum Shop   For more than 3 years Barceloning has been collaborating with Northern Lights Magic http://www.northernlightmagic.com  developing different products that can be found in most of Tromsø`s souvenir shops, tourist information office, airport stores and such a special place as the Polaria Museum shop.   Polaria Museum Barceloning AD HOC - Northern Lights Magic: +INFO

Modernista Sgraffiato

Modernista Sgraffiato
Walking through the center of Barcelona it is easy to discover curious facades where we can observe the result of the technique of sgraffito. It looks like tattoos that decorate with originality some modernist buildings of the late nineteenth century, a period in which bourgeois families gave to know the rest of society its category and successes by contracting illustrious masters and architects to build their houses, such as Domènech i Montaner, Puig i Cadafalch and Antoni Gaudí The sgraffito is an ornamental technique used both in architecture and other arts, whose origin is very old as it has been

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