Exhibit your art downtown Barcelona

We collaborate with exhibition space Mutuo in the new gallery district downtown. We create a dynamic haven of international art where the artists of the nomad community can showcase their work to Barcelona. Since we have had our feet on the ground in Barcelona for 11 years we have a good network that we invite to the shows so you can touch base with the local art scene.

Our shows are to learn, to think, to feel, and to live the experience of art in the making.

Collaboration fee

     

Exhibition Barcelona


150


Exhibition
Edited statement
Transport to the gallery
Installation of work
Invitation & organization

     

Exhibit your art in Mas els Igols

In our residency we organize art parties, dinners or open studio sessions in which you can take part with your work. This is a great way to meet local people, finalize your work for a showcase and enjoy a night with the other residents. We always invite the local major and our network both in Barcelona and the Pènedes to share a bite and some drinks.

Collaboration fee


Exhibition in the residency


25


Exhibition
Installation of work
Invitation & organization of event
Food & Drinks

Art guidance

Apart from the group sessions included in the program your host Arnout Krediet (MA in communication and literature, art school and artist hotel founder, co-writer and trainer for many artist statements, journalist, actor, languagefreak, teacher, wine lover) gives professional guidance in your art career. Depending on the amount of sessions there can be different results for your art practice. Sessions are around an hour each.

Coaching sessions

Package/sessions Price Achievements

2 sessions


140


In depth work review


4 sessions


240


In depth work review
Concept analysis
Statement or portfolio advice
5% discount on joining an exhibition


8 sessions


420


In depth work audit
Concept analysis
Statement and (online) portfolio remake
Career advice
Artistic benchmark & SWOT
Review online presence
10% discount on joining an exhibition

     

 

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