Director: Mª Àngels Andreu Casalta - Mireia Pi Andreu
Address: Pg. Ribera / C. Nou
Location: 08870 SITGES
Timetable: Monday, 11h. -14h. Tuesday is closed. Wednesday to Saturday, 11h. -14h. and 18h.-20h.; Sunday, 11h.-14h.
We continue with the tributes cycle of great masters of 20th-century painting at Àgora3 art gallery, in this time about female figure, reference of surrealism and expressionism of the generation of 27: Ángeles Santos. Painter linked to Sitges since he lived for several years.
This relationship with the coastal town will be the leitmotiv of talking event that will begin the tribute exhibition, led by Vinyet Panyella, managing director of Museus de Sitges and artist's biographer.
Exhibition by Alfred Sisquella, Catalan figurative painter.
Abel Florido exhibits individually in Àgora3 for the first time, redefining the acrylic technique, used as if it were a watercolor. Figurative style within the city, dynamism within everyday landscapes. Lights, signals, traffic, people and vehicles blurred between blacks, reds and chosen colors.
“In recent years, my creations have focused on reflecting everything that worries me and surrounds me. I look for inspiration in the city, the people walking and their worries. The protagonists of the squares are the common people who leave the house every day to attend to work obligations, go shopping or meet some friends. In each work I create a new form of expression and technique that adapts to the memory that I intend to make known”
Mas i Fontdevila
Summer's exhibition about several artists from Agora 3.
On the occasion of the celebration of Corpus in Sitges, in Agora 3 gallery there will be a collective exhibition where the flowers, the blooming landscapes and the streets full of floral are the main characters. The place will contain pieces of Serrano, Teresa LLàcer, R. Vilanova, Ángeles Santos, Royo, among others.
Arnau Alemany is the author of one of the most peculiar works from Catalan scene of the last years. A personal magic realism is everywhere, and it’s impregnated of high doses of imagination. The daily stages interweave with apocalyptic nature, with some decadent air. However, not for this reason, his paintings have not a negative air, decrepit; but rather the mystery exceeds the canvas and conquers the audience excited to go inside in these imaginary spaces, impossible, unreal.
Arnau Alemany’s work, that it already had been exposed previously at Agora 3 gallery, initiates the spring exhibitions of this space.