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Reminiscent of an August Sky

19:0015:00 h
Venue: Centre d'Art Fabra i Coats
Sant Adrià, 20
08030 Barcelona
Price: Free event
Exhibition

18 May to 16 June 2019

Friday, 17 May
19.00 Guided visit with the finalists and resident artists
20.00 Award ceremony
Where: Espai Zero

On Friday, 17 May, in Espai Zero of the Contemporary Art Centre of Barcelona – Fabra i Coats, Sant Andreu Contemporani will announce the winners of the Miquel Casablancas Award Visual Arts Competition 2019, officially opening the Reminiscent of an August Sky exhibition, which includes all the projects by finalists in the Work category, as well as the finalist dossiers of the other categories: Project, Publication and Graphic Communication.

In this edition, the Miquel Casablancas Award has received 255 applications, which have been reviewed by a jury formed by Beatriz Alonso (curator and researcher), Pablo Martínez (Head of Programmes at MACBA) and Alessia Locatelli (winner of the International Curatorial Residency Program 2019), each with the right to vote, and also by the Sant Andreu Contemporani team, each with the right to speak but with no vote.

The finalists are:

Work Category
Irene de Andrés
Gerard Ballester
Juan Baraja
Adélaïde Feriot
Cristina Garrido
Abel Jaramillo
Xim Llompart
Antonio Menchen (winner)
Pablo del Pozo
Eulàlia Rovira & Adrian Schindler
Mario Santamaría
Rosa Vallori

Project Category
Edgar Díaz
Paula García-Masedo (winner)
Antonio Menchen
Carla Souto

Publication Category
Joan Bennassar (winner)
Alán Carrasco
Andrea González + Iñigo de Barrón
Francisco Navarrete Sitja

Graphic Communication Category
Robin Cabrera Touman
Helena + Anna Fradera (winners)
Toni Llargués

The exhibition will also present the work of the artists who participated in the SAC-FiC Residencies Programme 2018: Alán Carrasco, Cayetano Truyols and Bising Sisters.

The names of the winners of the Miquel Casablancas Award Visual Arts Competition 2019 will be announced during the ceremony, which will be held in Espai Zero of the Contemporary Art Centre of Barcelona – Fabra i Coats.