Miquel Barceló's exhibition arrives at the Palau de la Música Catalana with a unique concert by Pascal Comelade

The exhibition is organized by the Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera and can be visited at La Pedrera-Casa Milà in Barcelona from Monday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., until June 30, 2024

Miquel Barceló's exhibition arrives at the Palau de la Música Catalana with a unique concert by Pascal Comelade
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On the occasion of Miquel Barceló's exhibition "Tots som grecs", which can be seen in the La Pedrera exhibition hall until June 30, the Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera, with the collaboration of the Palau de la Música Catalana, will offer on June 12 (Petit Palau, 9 p.m.) a concert by Pascal Comelade, a singular and eclectic musician, friend of Miquel Barceló.

It is a unique and exceptional concert by Pascal Comelade that is part of the Palau Fronteres del Palau cycle, a space for experimenting with new artistic formats around music. In this concert, the musician will present for the first time in Barcelona a format designed for four pianos in which he will revisit his repertoire. More and more distant from the stage, Comelade is considered one of the most unique and creative musicians and composers, with an eclectic and unclassifiable style, and with music that stands out for its marked playful and experimental character. Composer and multi-instrumentalist, Comelade's music is characterized by being avant-garde but without forgetting its roots. In this concert he will be accompanied by pianists Phil Argeles, Alban Barate and Ivan Telefunken.

This activity is part of the "expanded exhibition" project of the Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera. The Foundation has co-created a series of cultural proposals that expand Miquel Barceló's exhibition beyond La Pedrera and that offer new perspectives, while establishing dialogues with other artistic disciplines.

With the ticket you can visit the exhibition at La Pedrera before or after the activity (until June 30).

About the exhibition Miquel Barceló 'We are all Greeks'

 The Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation presents more than a hundred works by Miquel Barceló (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957), one of the most outstanding creators of the contemporary artistic scene.

Organized chronologically, the exhibition at La Pedrera traces a journey through Barceló's artistic trajectory over three decades, from the first African works in 1994 to the most recent production. The exhibition, with more than a hundred pieces, is complemented by paintings and notebooks related to ceramics, as well as a bronze sculpture in the courtyard of La Pedrera on Paseo de Gràcia itself.

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