Presentamos nuestro stand para la feria de ARCOmadrid 2021 con obras de Hernández Pijuan, Lola Lasurt, Caio Reisewitz, Julião Sarmento, Teresa Solar y Juan Uslé.
FONTETA – Bombon · Joan Prats · NoguerasBlanchard
Capítol I: Parar la fresca (To take in fresh air)
Opening: 18th-19th of June. Exhibition until 3rd of August
c/ Empordà, 10, Fonteta, Girona
June and September: Friday to Sunday, 5-9pm
July and August: Monday to Sunday, 5-9pm
or by appointment: (+34) 644 524 969
We’re delighted to present a joint project by Bombon, Galeria Joan Prats and NoguerasBlanchard, from June to September, in Fonteta, a small village in the Emporda region.
The exhibition, conceived in two chapters (the first opening June 19th and the second August 7th) brings together artists from three different generations. The proposal begins with a concept from the Emporda Parar la fresca (to take in fresh air) described by Josep Pla in the book “Las Horas”.
Parar la fresca, as Pla states, is the summer habit of taking a chair out into the street, or up onto a rooftop as the sun begins to fall and simply letting time pass. Parar la fresca has modest intentions, to ignore the heavens, to be blissfully unaware of what the sky offers us whilst sounds flow from the sunset and the summer heat. As Pla argues, there is nothing more pleasurable or kind than falling asleep in the fresh twilight. But what if one does not fall sleep easily?
Taking this question as a point of departure, works have been selected by artists addressing topics such as nature, landscape, time, contemplation, and the universe. They have been divided into two moments: Parar la fresca and Estar a la lluna. Two chapters of the same exhibition with artists such as Antoni Tàpies, Ana Mendieta, Joan Brossa, Hernández Pijuan, Rosa Tharrats, Perejaume, Teresa Solar, Jordi Mitjà, Aldo Urbano, Chema Madoz, Mari Eastman, Enric Farrés Duran, Wilfredo Prieto o Juan Uslé… amongst others. In addition, specific actions will be carried out by some of the artists linked to the Emporda.
In Pla’s words, “The vast sky dome, they say, invites us to think. That is true. But think about what?” The renowned Emporda author concludes that “people who have a sense of ridicule think, before the heavens, that they know nothing at all.”
Diàlegs intrusos. Tot és present.
13.11.2020 – 7.11.2021.
Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.
Comissariat: Sergi Aguilar i Àlex Mitrani.
La irrupció l’art de la segona avantguarda sorgit amb posterioritat a la Guerra Civil espanyola i a la Segona Guerra Mundial, representa no només una ampliació lògica de la cronologia del museu sinó que també l’aparició d’una sèrie d’obres que, pel seu esperit de modernitat i la seva transgressió de categories culturals i formats tècnics tradicionals, posa en qüestió les maneres de mirar i la mateixa concepció d’obra d’art.
Artistes: José María Sicilia, Joan Hernández Pijuan, Joan Brossa, Eduardo Chillida, Juli González, Lucio Fontana, entre d’altres.
27/02/2019 – 03/03/2019
AÏDA ANDRÉS RODRIGÁLVAREZ, PEDRO CABRITA REIS, VICTORIA CIVERA, HANNAH COLLINS, HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN, FABIAN MARCACCIO, MUNTADAS, PEREJAUME, PABLO DEL POZO, CAIO REISEWITZ, JULIÃO SARMENTO, JOSÉ MARÍA SICILIA, TERESA SOLAR, JUAN USLÉ
CAIO REISEWITZ Meeting with the artist and book signing, Altamira
Thursday, February 28, in our booth at ARCOmadrid 2019
1 – 4.2.2018
Presentarem obres d’HERNÁNDEZ PIJUAN, PEREJAUME, RÀFOLS CASAMADA, CAIO REISEWITZ i JUAN USLÉ
ARCO Madrid. 21/02/2018 – 25/02/2018
JOSÉ MARÍA SICILIA
TERESA SOLAR ABBOUD
Artgenève 01-04 / 02 / 2018 BOOTH D16
Hernández Pijuan, Perejaume, Ràfols Casamada,
Caio Reisewitz, Juan Uslé
Fundació Suñol, Barcelona
27.09.2017 – 07.04.2018
La gran aposta expositiva de la Fundació Suñol per al 2017 gira al voltant de la figura de Fernando Vijande (Barcelona, 1930 – Madrid, 1986). 51 artistes participen en aquest recorregut per la trajectòria professional d’un dels galeristes que més va recolzar, consolidar i visibilitzar l’obra de tots aquells que van exposar a la Galería Vandrés (1971-1980) com posteriorment a la Galería Vijande (1981-1987).
Joan Hernández Pijuan started painting during the sixties with a style related to expressionism. Nevertheless, during the seventies the empty space started gaining prominence in his paintings such as the geometrical figures. As he mentioned himself, `the space´ became the objective of his work; `I’d say that a constant preoccupation is, and has been finding a space as total protagonist of the canvass. (…) A space as a living element and not as a surface upon which one draws or places himself.´
The landscape of his childhood in the town of Folquer have become a pictorial motive in his adult age: Hernández Pijuan resorts to a memory exercise to recreate it synthetically in his painting.
The objective of this painter was never to achieve a descriptive or narrative painting, but to emphasize through the monochrome the pictorial technique itself.
We present Hernández Pijuan 1977-2005, an exhibition dedicated to the 28-year-long close collaboration between Joan Hernández Pijuan and Galeria Joan Prats. The pieces selected correspond to the broad period of 1977-2005, but mostly focusing on the very last years of his career.
Although the set of pieces corresponds to a large period of the artist’s production, this exhibition does not have a retrospective character.
Galeria Joan Prats will present works on paper (gouache, watercolour, pencil drawing…) and oils on canvas of different sizes, as well as a selection of the archive of the artist – sketches & photographs, thus allowing the discovery of his creative environment and some of his projects or work processes.
This exhibition intends to be a tribute to the artist, an expression of gratitude and friendship but also a recognition and showing of a work that is still as contemporary as it was in its beginnings.
Joan Hernández Pijuan (1931-2005) has been one of the most internationally renowned Catalan artists. He has taken part in exhibitions at prestigious international art centres and has also received several awards, as for example the Premio Nacional de Arte Gráfico, in recognition for his trajectory (2005), the Premi Ciutat de Barcelona of Plastic Arts (2004) and the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas (1981).
Among his most outstanding exhibitions it could be pointed out his participation at the 51st Venice Biennale (2005); Tornant a un lloc conegut… Hernández Pijuan 1972-2002, at the MACBA, Barcelona (2003), travelling exhibition at the Musée d’art et d’histoire de Neuchâtel, the Konstshalle Malmö and the Galleria d’Arte Moderna de Bologna; Hernández Pijuan-drawings 1972-1999, at the Rupertinum Museum in Salzburg (2000) and Espacios de silencio 1972-1992 at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (1993), that was also exhibited at the Museo de Monterrey, México.
Recently his work has been shown at a retrospective exhibition at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art; at the exhibition Farben der erde, at the Altana Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg, Germany and at the exhibition La distancia del dibujo, travelling to the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español, Cuenca, the Museu de Montserrat and the Museu d’Art Espanyol Contemporani, Palma de Mallorca.