La Infinita

Exhibition 'La Infinita (pandèmia)’ at Tecla Sala within the project "Our garden needs its flowers"

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The Centre d’Art Tecla Sala has inaugurated this weekend the exhibition 'La Infinita (pandèmia)', dedicated to the laboratory of creation, research and artistic production founded by Jordi Colomer, artist and patron of the EINA Foundation, together with Carolina Olivares and Eduard Escoffet. This is part of the project 'Our garden needs its flowers'. It can be visited until 2 May.

La infinita (pandèmia)

This exhibition presents a selection of images, videos and texts that succinctly illustrate the very diverse and intentionally non-disciplinary activities that have taken place at La Infinita since its opening in November 2018. 

The exhibition gives a preferential voice to the collective Las Huecas and the artist Jaume Clotet, as their residencies at La Infinita during 2020 were disrupted due to the pandemic crisis. 

More information here

Our garden needs its flowers

Since 2015 more than 500 visual artists, musicians, architects, designers and cultural agents have chosen the city of L'Hospitalet as a creative destination and live together today in rehabilitated spaces in the former industrial area of the city, which has positioned itself as one of the main cultural hubs of the metropolitan area of Barcelona. 

Based on an organic route, 'Our garden needs its flowers' proposes a reading of the current artistic context of the Cultural District, paying special attention to the visual arts, music and design. 

More information here.
 

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