El día 6 de junio de 2019 organizamos una inmersión artística pensada exclusivamente para 33 personas en la que les invitamos a explorar otras forma de relación y de recepción. La acción tendrá lugar en “La Ricarda” una casa que es un referente de la arquitectura racionalista. Hemos creado un proyecto basado en la utilización del espacio, que nos adentra en algunos de los debates que ha habido entorno a la concepción del paisaje desde el siglo XIX hasta la actualidad.  A través de paisajes visuales, sonoros y gastronómicos, recuperamos el importante papel que “La Ricarda” tuvo como plataforma de difusión de la música y del arte experimental.

Descargar proyecto Disrupciones poéticas entorno a La Ricarda

Biennale di Senigallia

Bienale de Senigallia 
2-4 /05/2019

Between May 2 and 4, we will be in the first biennial of the photography to be held in the Italian city of Senigallia that will revolve around the first 150 years of photography history.
During those days there will be exhibitions, conferences and an international trade fair for photographers and collectors in Palazzetto Bavaria.

round table “Terrain vague”

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  • Juan Naranjo Gallery of Art & Documents and the Agustí Centelles Library are pleased to invite you to the round table “Terrain vague” of the wish to be held next Thursday, May 11 at 7 pm at the Agustí Centelles Library, Calle del Comte d ‘Urgell, 145, 08036 Barcelona.
    Txema Salvans, Walter Llorach, and Juan Naranjo will participate in the round table “Terrain vague” of desire, which will analyze the changes in the forms of representing prostitution in the last fifty years, starting with two of the most important photo books In Spain Izas, rabizas and colipoterras of Joan Colom (1964) and The waiting game (2013) of Txema Salvans.
    This act is part of the complementary activities of the Fotollibres exhibitions, which can be seen until May 31 at the Biblioteca Agustí Centelles, Calle del Comte d’Urgell, 145, 08036 Barcelona and Terrain vague of desire, photography and prostitution, 1964-2013, which can be seen until 20 May at Juan Naranjo Gallery of Art & Documents, Calle Casanova, 136 – 138 B-3, 08036 Barcelona

Philosophical Coffee , Avant-garde, anti-art and revolution: the situationism

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Juan Naranjo Galeria & Documentos de Arte, has the pleasure to invite you to Philosophical Coffee , Avant-garde, anti-art and revolution: the situationism, which will involve philosophers Gonçal Mayos and Yanko Moyano. The encounter will take place on November 14th, at 19.00 h at Casanova St. 136-138, B-3, Barcelona.

Recently the philosophical cafes have changed the format of philosophical expositions, recovering the most original practice of the discipline, dialogue. On this occasion Gonçal Mayos and Yanko Moyano will talk about the Situationist International (1958-1972), an organization of artists and revolutionary intellectuals who considered the radical transformation of society and the creation of a new world as the most beautiful and sublime artwork. Specially, the two philosophers will discuss the history, the meaning and the great influence of the situationism on recent social and political movements. The event is part of the Barcelona Pensa Festival activities and is organized by Juan Naranjo Galeria & Documentos de Arte in collaboration with the Vice-rectorade of Institutionals Relations and Culture and the Department of Philosophy of the University of Barcelona (UB).

Gonçal Mayos and Yanko Moyano are both philosophers, who have collaborated in GIRCHE (International Research Group (‘Culture, History and State ‘) and in books Filosofía para indignados  (specially dedicated to situatinism), *Postdisciplinariedad y desarrollo humano* and *Pensadores en clave macrofilosófica*.

Documentary photographs from America latina 1920-1990

Documentary photographs of Latin America, 1920-1990, the auction is composed of 117 lots of photographs taken by some of the most important photographers working in Latin America between 1920 and 1990, based on documentary aesthetics. Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Martín Chambi, Nacho López, Armando Salas Portugal, Korda, Raúl Corrales, Leo Matiz, Constantino Arias, Perfecto Romero, Liborio Noval, Manuel H, Panchito Cano, Graciela Iturbide, Flor Garduño, Fernando Urbina, Marucha, Luis Brito, Claudi Pérez, Alvaro y Alejandro Hoppe, Mario Algaze, Alejandra Niedermaier …

Activities around Stills, photography and experimental cinema, 1960-1970

jordi cerdaLes invitamos a la proyección de películas de Jordi Cerdá, Ricard Solá, Guillem Baiget y Joan Mostaza  que realizaremos el día 15 de junio a las 19,30 h en Juan Naranjo galería & documentos de arte en la calle Casanova, 136-138 B-3 , 08036 Barcelona, en la que contaremos con la presencia de Jordi Cerdá y Ricard Solá que harán una presentación de las películas que proyectaremos.

Els convidem a la projecció de pel·lícules de Jordi Cerdà, Ricard Solà, Guillem Baiget i Joan Mostassa que realitzarem el dia 15 de juny a les 19,30 h en Juan Naranjo galeria & documentos de arte al carrer Casanova, 136-138 B- 3, 08036 Barcelona, en la qual comptarem amb la presència de Jordi Cerdà i Ricard Solà que faran una presentació de les pel·lícules que projectarem.

Películas
Magritte temps, Jordi Cerdá, 1971, 5′
La pedra (Concepte I), Jordi Cerdá, 1974, 5′
L’esborrall de la tardor, Guillem Baiget, Jordi Cerdá, Joan Mostaza,Ricard Solà, 1981, 6′
Bodego, 1983,Guillem Baiget, Jordi Cerdà, Joan Mostaza, Ricard Solà, 1983, 12′

Grundig-Loop 2016 Award

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Grundig-Loop 2016 Award
We are pleased to announce that we have received the Grundig-Loop 2016 award for the exhibition Stills, photography and experimental cinema, from 1960 to 1970 we have presented in the City Scape section during the Loop fair held in Barcelona. The exhibition will be open until September 15, 2016.

Julia Margaret Cameron

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Fundación MAPFRE is publishing a monographic catalog on the work of Julia Margaret Cameron which will become a reference text about the photographer in Spanish. The catalog contains scientific essays by Marta Weiss (the exhibition’s curator and head curator of photographs at the Victoria and Albert Museum) and Juan Naranjo. The catalog also includes an appendix with some of the most important letters between Cameron and Henry Cole.