The Lluís Coromina Foundation is hosting the exhibition entitled An exhibition for a film, by the artist Jordi Bosch, Barraca, at the Eat Art Space in Banyoles. This exhibition exhibits a careful selection of works from Barraca's career with the aim of being able to raise funding for his film entitled Els colors del blanc by Nil Pagès and Martí Colomer, which is a film that reference to the plastic art of the artist and the mountain. It should be remembered that in 1985, Barraca started a new plastic language named Nivopintura by the art critic Jaume Fàbrega, which is based on an ephemeral pictorial action that uses snow as a support.
In An Exhibition for a Film, the artist shows everything from pencil sculptures made in 1981, to the Wooden Stairs (2003 – present), as well as part of the pictorial series Teranyines urbanes. In addition, Barraca will repeat the intervention made at ARCO-86: a roll of paint put up for sale in pams.
The exhibition will also feature the projection of images from Nivopintures and the film's trailer. Visiting hours to the exhibition are from Wednesday to Friday from 17:00 to 20:00 hours and on Saturdays from 10:30 to 13:30 and from 17:00 to 20:00 hours.