The fourth edition of the Barcelona International Art Fair now proudly re-named “BCN ART”
A unique experience for both visitors and exhibitor, at the beautiful Casa Batlló, a jewel at the heart of the historic city of Barcelona.
Photographer Dan Eckstein traveled over 10,000km across India’s byzantine and burgeoning road network documenting these elaborately decorated trucks festooned with lights, brightly colored text, paintings of Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christian deities, pop cultural fixtures and geometric patterns–symbols representing a blinding mashup of new and old India.
This sculpture as of October 2014 is the smallest creation of the human form in history.
Last weekend we went on a trip in Catalan North. In Argelaguer we found an amazing place hidden in the outskirts of the village. The forest construction project has been started by Josep Pujiula i Vila – 40 years ago and after he began to add to it more locations and installations.
Inspecting the area, which was built on public land, the government quickly deemed Pujiula’s homemade park a dangerous environment. Continue reading
Every 2 years in Tarragona Catalans celebrate Concurs de Castells.
Here are some photos from AP Images y Getty Images: