Throughout the weekend, 40 venues across the city, including 21 art galleries and some museums, will be showcasing some of their finest work by an eclectic selection of artists for the first edition of this annual festival. Some will be displaying exhibitions by internationally renowned and established artists, such as Matt Mullivan and Mladen Stilinovi, while others have opted for up-and-coming local talent, including Perejaume and Antoni Llena. The artistic styles on offer will vary greatly, too, ranging from the classical to the avant-garde, with exhibitions including works from artists such as Joaquín Torres García, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí, amongst many others. There are four suggested routes for visiting the galleries, two in the Eixample, one in Ciutat Vella and one in Montjuïc-l’Hospitalet. In addition to the general programme, a special project curated by Latitudes (Mariana Cánepa and Max Andrews), ‘Compositions’, aims to examine some of the lesser-known sides to the city through a series of temporary installations by local artists.
More information, including the full programme, here.