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L’Eixample is one of the most popular districts in Barcelona. Located in the most centric part of the city, this beautiful neighborhood is where you can fully admire the modernist architecture that characterizes Barcelona, as well as enjoy the lively atmosphere of the city while avoiding the crowds! But L’Eixample isn’t just the right area to enjoy long walks and good cafés, it is also the perfect place to enjoy art since the district is known for its multiple and diverse art galleries.
There are various goals involved in the ADN project, one of them focusing on the connection between art and society. With a very long list of important and diverse invited artists and collaborators, ADN is one of the most popular art projects in the city and is always offering different and new exhibitions to the public, especially to all the modernist lovers. Despite the fact that the ADN foundation is not located in the center of the city, you can have a taste of their proposals thanks to the gallery, located only ten minutes away from the emblematic street of Passeig de Gràcia.
ADN Gallery, C/ Enric Granados, 49, Barcelona, Spain, +34 93 451 00 64
The art gallery Petritxol opened its doors 25 years ago when two families decided to start a journey through some of the most important art pieces. This small and beloved art gallery has been offering a great variety of exhibitions to its clients ever since, and among all the services that the gallery offers, you can find a group of professionals that work on advisory, valuation and assessment of artworks as well as a long list of artists that collaborate with Art Petritxol.
Art Petritxol, C/ Consell de Cent, 315, Barcelona, Spain, +34 93 317 49 52
The art gallery Jordi Pascual was created 16 years ago with the main goal of promoting the paintings of all the Spanish artists highly appreciated both nationally and internationally. The gallery specializes in both paintings that belong to the beginning of the 20th century and other modernist paintings by artists like Dalí, Picasso, and Miró. The gallery organizes six temporary exhibitions every year to show the public the diversity of the artists that collaborate with Jordi Pascual. If you’re interested in seeing what exhibition is currently taking place in the gallery, you can check it out here!
Jordi Pascual, C/ Consell de Cent, 317, Barcelona, Spain, +34 9272 02 09