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EXHIBITIONS

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WE CAN’T IMAGINE THE LENGHT OF TIME IT TOOK TO MAKE THE UNIVERSE
Diambra Mariani

Time:

Monday to Saturday: 10 to 14, 17 a 20

Sunday closed

This project is a tribute to the poem “8 Moons” written by Sharon Olds. I am fascinated by the idea of creating a connection between poetry and photography. My goal was to stage a visual poem independent of the text but inspired by and enriched by it. My research for beauty can be read as an escapism from the brutality of the contemporary world and as a rite of exorcism aimed at dealing with the fear of the future.

ARIADNA
Laura F. Izuzquiza

Time:

Monday to Saturday: 10 to 14, 17 a 20

Sunday closed

“Ariadna” is an intricate journey of supports that wavers between the surface and the depth of consciousness. It is an allegorical representation of a personal experience that interweaves the supports that support us (the women in my life) and what advances within us unconsciously (experiences as waves and the deep sea).

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CYPSELA
Salvi Danés

Time: Tuesday to Saturday: 10:30 to 13:30, 17 to 20

Sunday 10:30 to 14:30

Monday close

The project takes its name from the mythological city of “Cypsela”, supposedly located in front of the Medes Islands in Empordà. According to the poem "Ora marítima" by the writer Avienus (4th century AD), "that the city of Cypsela existed here is now only a memory, since the rugged ground preserves no vestige of the primitive city." Legend has it that the city was swallowed by the sea, a myth that still persists in the memory of the locals.

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RITURNÉ
Mauro Curti

Time: Monday to Friday 9:30 to 14, 16:30 to 21 

Saturday: 10 to 14:30, 16:30 to 21

Sunday close

“Riturné” is the attempt to maintain and preserve a living connection with a past that is becoming history. Freezing small fragments before they melt because everything is impermanent. Exploration of the relationship between man and territory, personal conflicts, and the idea of family and belonging. Searching for an identity in harmony with the natural environment.

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UN POCO DE POLVO AL SOL, UN POCO DE BARRO CUANDO LLUEVE
Laura Voskian

Time: Tuesday to Saturday: 10 to 20

Sunday 10 to 15

Monday closed

Explores the void as a lack of matter, a surrounding space, and an aesthetic weight. The scale of the body over things, the interrelation of the whole with the part, the body in space, the exterior as a place. Investigating what is between things.

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SUBLIMA
Juan de la Quintana

Outdoor and indoor exhibition

Time: Monday to Friday: 9 to 13:30, 16 to 20.

Saturday: 10 to 13:30, 17:30 a 20

Sunday closed

“SUBLIMA” is an intimate and introspective work, a self-portrait sustained through the construction of a fictional landscape where the creation of an evocative cloth is sought to envelop a landscape of segmented stories, where faceless beasts and men populate a hidden wasteland, through real fragments and unconscious tensions.

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Winner of the Lumínic 2024 Open Call
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ACCESSIONS OF THE III CALL FOR LUMÍNIC ARTISTS

Time:

Monday: 17 to 20

Tuesday to Friday: 10 to 14, 17 to 20

Saturday: 10 to 13:30

Sunday closed

Alessandra Carosi, Francisco López & Kathleen Day, Yannis and Antonella, Elsa Faudé, Inma Barrio, Ana Benavent, Carolina Krieger, Mario Lalau, Ignacio Benítez Atkins i Pere freixa

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FIN DEL RÍO
Enrique Pezo Gómez

Time:

Monday to Friday: 8 to 14

Thursday: 8 to 19

Saturday and Sunday closed

Presentation with the artist: 6 de june, 19 h

The “Fin del Río” weaves memories, configuring spaces of resistance to the predominant model of thought. In that logic, the project becomes a palimpsest, an artefact that preserves the traces of a previous image on the same surface but intentionally juxtaposes them to give way to the one that now exists, as if it were a Freudian magic slate.

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GABRIEL CASAS I GALOBARDES. FOTOS AMB JOGUETS 
Curator: Julià Guillamon.
Arxiu Nacional Catalunya

Time:

Monday to Friday 8 to 15.

Saturday and Sunday closed

The faithful presence of the Arxiu Nacional de Catalunya in the Lumínic festival since its beginnings once again brings us closer to the funds and photographers kept in our centre. In this case, the photographer Gabriel Casas i Galobardes was an avant-garde creator who, beyond his renowned images, had an obvious interest in toys. This interest was to be found throughout his production, from the beginnings to his obscure, unfinished project, the carousels.    

SCHOOLS EXHIBITIONS

ELISAVA
ERIC SANDSTROM I
MARTINA ORSKA

Outdoor exhibition

The University of ELISAVA participates in the fifth edition of the Luminic Festival with a student who will show her work in the street. These studens are:

Eric Sandstrom with the project "I Could See The Smallest Things"

Martina Orska with the project "Heredosporium" 

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EAD Sant Cugat
ALUMNES I ALUMNI EAD

Outdoor exhibition

L’Escola d’Art i Disseny de Sant Cugat participates for the first time in the Lumínic festival with a selection of photographs of students from Higher Education Courses. These photographs show different approaches to the world of the unconscious, based on previous research in which they have analyzed the photographic work of contemporary authors.

Ambar Caspari, Edgar Comadran, Natàlia Massaguer, Elisabeh Ortiz, Nico Puig, Andrea Sánchez, Minerva Tohtaneau, Angela Toro.

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IEFC
Santiago Avila Encarnación

Time:

Monday: 13:15 to 14 

Tuesday: 11:15 to 14, 16:15 to 18:45

Wednesday: 13 to 14, 16:15 to 17:30

Thursday: 12:45 to 18:45 (6/06 until 17)

Friday: 12 to 14, 16:15 to 21 (14/06 until 19)

Saturday: 10 to 14 (1/06 until 12)

I explore the complex relationship between anxiety and the subconscious through photography. Every image captures the surface of a reality in which hidden emotions, thoughts and fears reside in the deepest and unknown of our minds. In the instant of each of my photographs dwells the suffocation of the gaze, the suffocation of being.

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EL OBSERVATORIO
Emili Argemí and 
Jessica Crespo

Outdoor exhibition

The Observatory participates in the fifth edition of the Luminic Festival with two students where they will show work in the street. These students are:

Emili Argemí with the project "21 12"

Jessica Crespo with the project "Púlsar"

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FINE ARTS STUDENTS UB
Míriam Bautista and
Roger Segarra

Outdoor exhibition

The Faculty of Fine Arts participates in the fifth edition of Luminic Festival with two students where they will show a large-scale work in the street. These students are:

Míriam Bautista with the project "Encara que es de nit"

Roger Segarra with the project "L'Inconscient de l'artefacte"

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INS LEONARDO
Students from INS Leonardo

Time: Monday: 15:30 - 20:30

Tuesday to Friday: 10 - 14, 15:30 - 20:30

Saturday 10 to 14. Sunday close

One of the fundamental pillars of the Lumínic platform is its Educational Plan, the objective of which is to generate spaces for experimentation, knowledge and reflection around the photographic fact. For this reason, Lumínic is currently collaborating with various educational centres by holding workshops and calls for exhibitions of artistic work. In 2021, Lumínic began collaborating with INS Leonardo to carry out an annual cycle of workshops for 4rd ESO students. In these three editions, students have had the opportunity to take photographs with digital cameras, photo selection and editing sessions, as well as exhibition design. The guiding thread of this year's workshops has been experimentation with the image in search of documenting and portraying what we can find around us, whether in the classroom or the urban environment. This exhibition shows the results of the creation of the students throughout the entire school year 2023 - 2024.

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