Founded by Edwin Catmull and Steve Jobs in 1986, Pixar has produced a plethora of animated films that have gone on to become award-winning box office hits, clocking up 26 Oscars and seven Golden Globes. ‘Pixar. 25 años de animación’ celebrates the feature-length and short films that the animation studio produced in its first 25 years, looking at the iconic characters, stories and worlds created. The exhibition, which kicked off at the MoMA, New York in 2005, enables visitors to discover the magical world of Pixar—from drawings and storyboards to models and digital installations—and the creative talent of its artists, through both traditional and digital media. Entrance costs €4, and under-16s go for free.
Alongside the exhibition, the CaixaForum is hosting a series of conferences on the subject of Pixar Studios. Each lecture looks at a different theme and includes a guest speaker. The conferences will be taking place weekly until March 26th. Click here for more information.