In 1736 the inhabitants of Königsberg, a city made up of several islands, wanted to organize a parade that would cross once each of its 7 bridges. This originated the theory of the graphs.

In mathematics, a graph is a set of nodes joined by edges, which allow to represent relationships between elements of a set.

GRAF, an initiative of artists and cultural agents, began in 2013 when realising the necessity to improve the communication and coordination between the spaces of contemporary art in Catalonia.

GRAF is born to connect those nodes of the set, to optimize the energy and the resources of the context we belong.

What’s Graf

The platform that brings together the programme of contemporary art in Catalonia.

An open, plural and interdisciplinary community where the spaces connect to strengthen a common cultural context.

A tool that coordinates with the spaces a consensual programme, which is shared in GRAF’s agenda.

The agenda that embraces all agendas.

Who’s Graf

GRAF is you every time you visit the agenda.
GRAF is each of the spaces that makes GRAF.
GRAF is the platform that connects the spaces with the public.

Check out who makes or made GRAF in the section Spaces.

If you are a space or project and wants to be part of it, go to GRAF Area.


The current GRAF team is:
Pilar Cruz, Anna Gotsens, Noemí Laviana and Marc Vives.

Oficina de Disseny (Ariadna Serrahima, Diego Bustamante, Katharina Hetzeneder), identity and web design.
María Carvajal, digital communication, advice and strategy.
Oscar de la Fuente, grants.
Ale, web developer.

Previous members:
Pep Vidal, direction.
Luz Broto, direction.
Gerald Kogler, web developer.
Mónica Pérez, accountacy.
Berta Canela, communication.
Julieta Dentone, coordination.
Alba Riera, digital communication, social media for cultural communication.
Ricardo Oliva, digital content and analysis of social networks.
Maria Elisa Gomez, calendar.
Bernat Daviu, translations.
Judith López, calendar.
Marc Permanyer, web developer.

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