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Current exhibition
Perdi Rominger Concert
Casa Vicens


  • Pau Roche

    Pau Roche (1994, Barcelona), studied sculpture at Massana School in Barcelona. His works seek to represent language spatially and chromatically, defying limitations through geometric and organic forms.

    Pau Roche
  • Slomo

    Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, and currently living and working in Miami,USA for the past decade, Slomo’s style is geometric either in abstract or figurative pieces, being transparencies and color overlays what characterized his work, using only Spray Cans as his tool of work.

  • Perdi Rominger Concert
    Casa Vicens
    25 September
    8:00 pm
    Perdi’s world is full of naïve elements, children’s instrumentation and crystalline environments, loaded with contemporary electronics. This fusion will take place exclusively in Gaudí’s first house this summer. Perdi Rominger, sound artist, not musician, composer of documentaries, theater plays, radio and television tunes and countless artistic projects. He has participated in all the great national festivals (Benicasim International Festival, Sónar, Primavera Sound…) with different projects and has made important collaborations with other artists, highlighting the creations with the painter Txemy and with the musician Martin Gretchsmann. This concert as part of the exhibition “Uncertain Equilibrium” by Txemy.
    Perdi Rominger Concert
    Casa Vicens
  • Txemy Basualto
    Uncertain Equilibrium
    30 April
    4:30 pm
    Uncertain Equilibrium was born from the commitment to seek personal and absolute balance, addressing his own identity, the historical moment and his relationship with the environment. From ideation to action, from theory to the moment of impregnating the canvas, the artist questions concepts of identification, parenthood, race, belonging and ecology, whilst continuously maintaining the search for balance.
    Txemy Basualto
    Uncertain Equilibrium
  • Paseo Wynwood

    Itinerant pop up exhibition around the streets of Miami during the 2015 Art Basel week. The Overart and Bali Green Agency teamed up to take art for a ride and transform a standard truck into a travelling exhibition space ­­always at the hottest spots and following the leading artists of the festival.

    Paseo Wynwood
  • 13 Days of Violence

    We brought together an interdisciplinary exhibition consisting of 13 international artists who visualized, brought to light and traced the silent relationships that exist among forms of violence against women and girls.

    13 Days of Violence
  • Art Locals Campaign “I SUPPORT LOCAL ART”

    The “I support local art” campaign is a series of video capsules with local businesses. Each business presented its commitment to art and proximity consumption and explained why it is necessary to support local art.
    The campaign was shared from our different profiles throughout the month of September 2019, to create a focus around the topic and was followed by an exhibition and route through the different spaces starting at Pol & Grace.

    Art Locals Campaign “I SUPPORT LOCAL ART”
  • Miscelanea takes over Pol & Grace

    Miscelanea is known for being a cultural meeting space that serves as a platform for emerging artists. During this collaboration, we selected the works of three emerging artists to be presented, gave the space to share a selection of prints and original artworks, and commissioned two permanent pieces for the hotel. We held a Opening party with music and vermouth at the rooftop of the hotel.

    Miscelanea takes over Pol & Grace
  • Nikki Luna

    Nikki Luna studied visual art and Women and Development Studies at the University of the Philippines. 2018 she received the prestigious Chevening Award to conduct a master in Art and Education at Goldsmiths University London, UK. In the same year she authored the book I Love my Body to raise body awareness among girls. She is the founder of the independent feminist publishing house Power In Her Story, creating books focusing on mainstreaming human rights and gender equality, with emphasis on the needs of marginalized groups of girls and women. In 2016, she was the recipient of a grant from the Asian Cultural Council. She exhibited her work already at Aichi Triennale, Japan, Singapore Biennale and Beijing Biennale. In 2015, she was one of the CCP 13 Artist awardees.
    As an activist, she conducts art therapy workshops in conflict zones in the Philippines;

    Nikki Luna
  • Petros Klampanis Live

    Composer and bassist Petros Klampanis grew up in Greece, surrounded by the confluence of Mediterranean and Balkan folk music. He now spends most of his time touring the world, always seeking unique ways to integrate elements from multiple genres, ranging from classical music to pop.

    Petros Klampanis Live