The magazine bonart publishes its issue 195 - corresponding to the months of March to September - and dedicates its central theme to the 59th edition of the Venice Art Biennale and the project produced by the Institut Ramon Llull which, with the name of Lime , puts water and glass in the foreground. Llim is the proposal with which Catalonia participates in the Venice Biennale, a project curated by the researcher Oriol Fontdevila with the work of the artist Lara Fluxà , which puts water and glass as consubstantial elements of the city's history . Jordi Grau talks to Oriol Fontdevila, Jordi Garrido writes about Lara Fluxà's proposal and her work and Albert Mercadé reviews the fifty-nine biennials of Venice and Catalan participation.
On the other hand, this issue raises a visual game between the covers and covers. Woman Situation Limit of Colita illustrates the cover of the bonart thanks to the collaboration of the Archivo Colita Fotografia and Galeria RocioSantaCruz. Isabel Steva Colita (Barcelona, 1940) is one of the most important Catalan photographers of the 20th century and one of the greatest representatives of the vindictive and urban photography of Barcelona in the seventies. The cover of the bonart is dedicated to Evdokim Perevalsky (Kiev, Ukraine, 1970). Trained at the Tarsh Shevchenko Academy and the Kyiv Academy of Fine Arts, in 1997 he moved to Catalonia, where he has lived ever since. His works include urban constructions and the city as an organic representation of man and his experiences, the city and its real and metaphorical reflections.
El Malart, on the other hand, has the cover of Passable Objects , 2000-2020 by MIAS Architects. Josep Miàs (Banyoles, 1966) is an architect from the Barcelona School of Architecture who worked with Enric Miralles as an associate architect and in 2000 founded his own office. Finally, the piece Fata Morgana by Lara Fluxà occupies the cover of Malart.
In addition, issue 195 has opinion pieces by Marta Pol Rigau, Joan M. Minguet, Vicenç Altaió, Llum Massot, Aina Mercader, Natàlia Lloreta and David G. Torres. We find reports on André Ricard by Lídia Penelo; on Remedios VAros by Melisa Arzate; the artistic proposals of Castell d'Aro by Conxita Oliver; the 75th anniversary of the Textile Museum and many others.
El Malart opens with the monograph by A * desk raised from the possibility of unlearning to imagine viable alternatives and has the collaborations of Montse Badia, Maria Muñoz, Ana Alenso, Lúa Coderch, Judite Fernandez, Jordi Ferreiro or Leonides Martín, among others.
The exhibitions of Lee Friedlander and Adolf Mas at the Mapfre Foundation, Jaume Plensa at the Ceret Museum, Jordi Cano at the ACVIC, the Catalans at the Museum of the History of Catalonia, Luis Claramunt at the Vila Casas Foundation and many other exhibitions and news fill the magazine pages of this issue.