World Press Photo 2018 displays 137 winners of contemporary journalism photography. That’s how our world looks, today. From all the entries, here is one of the very few focusing upon the bright side of life. Photographer Carla Kogelman created a long term project documenting the life of two sisters living in a bioenergy village inContinue reading “World Press Photo 2018”
The whole centre of Barcelona is filled today with people, roses and bookstands. It’s Sant Jordi, Saint George’s day, one of the most beautiful events you can witness in the Catalan capital. Catalunya’s version of Valentine’s day, Sant Jordi is a festivity that combines culture and romanticism. On 23 April, according to traditionContinue reading “Barcelona Celebrates Sant Jordi with Books and Flowers”
Twice a year, a networking event opens the doors of many of the warehouses, workshops, coworking spaces, art galleries and shops in Poblenou. Known as the creative district of Barcelona, Poblenou now hosts some 80 locations that present their work, bring live music or shows, and build a pop up bar to serve everybodyContinue reading “Walk the Barrio. Poblenou, Open Night”
During the next weekend, Poblenou is going to be a story of light and video mappings. Follow the routes to see 20 installations and 14 urban spaces put into a different light.
Poblenou is a special place to see. This exhibition showcases, photographically, the wonderful diversity of the district.