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Reial Cercle Artístic
Carrer dels Arcs 5
08002 Barcelona

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The International Festival of Sustainable Art of Catalonia celebrates its 25th edition with a very special program, including pioneers of sustainable contemporary art and leading figures of original urban art, as well as a large selection of emerging artists and projects.


Reial Cercle Artístic – Curated Exhibition


18th of November 2021


18th of November until
21st of December 2021

Every day, from 10am to 2pm
and from 3 to a 8:30pm

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Curated by

Joan Abelló, Betty Bigas, Tanja Grass, Robert Kaltenhäuser, Jasmin Waschl, Savina Tarsitano, Saverio Teruzzi


Nikka Bionikka, Alberto de Blobs, Luis Cebaqueva, Mono Cieza, Collettivo FX / Cargo-Jìndù, Entter, Steven FoRster, Norberto Fuentes Poblasdor, Teresa Gancedo, Sibylle Jazra, Dunja Jankovic, Kenor, Javier Mañá, Edgar Massegú, David de la Mano, Terzo Paradiso – Cittadellarte – Fundazione Pistoletto, Gabriel Raventos, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, HA Schult, SheOne, Sound Earth Legacy, Anton Unai, Indria Urrutia, Francesco Volsi

In memoriam

Rafael Bartolozzi, Richard Hambleton-Shadowman, Bigas Luna, Lesley Yendell

Raventos – Correo Extraviado y Aplastado – Fousion Gallery
Raventos – Tits Circle – Fousion Gallery
Mono Cieza – Deseo y Equilibrio – Fousion Gallery
Alberto de Blobs – Coney Island– Fousion Gallery
Alberto de Blobs – Circuito Inerte – Fousion Gallery
Luis Cebaqueva – Simbiosis – Fousion Gallery
Luis Cebaqueva – Fast Good – Fousion Gallery
Luis Cebaqueva – Vertido – Fousion Gallery
Kenor – Mind / Machine – Fousion Gallery
Dunja Jankovic – Buffed I – Fousion Gallery
Dunja Jankovic – Buffed II – Fousion Gallery
Dunja Jancovic – Buffed III – Fousion Gallery


Alberto de Blobs

Alberto de Blobs, born in 1982 started his career as a painter at the young age of 12, writing graffiti in Barcelona. From wild style letter painting, his style gradually evolved towards today's elaborate mixture of figurative and free form abstraction. With its open muralist approach, de Blobs' highly illustrative visual language combines references to his subcultural roots and art historical predecessors alike and with ease. Merging all types of influences, genres and styles, Blobs forged a brilliant outlook on creativity which is presented through his search for new experiences. This newly-made reality escapes all conventions and breaks free from links to any particular aesthetic trend.

Mono Cieza

From transcendence to fusion – Mono Cieza was Born in Argentina and lives in Barcelona since 2001. He studied composition at the Faculty of Fine Arts of La Plata (Argentina), released  music for films.


One of the principal inspirations of Gabriel Pérez Raventós is the adventure of finding objects, mix them and think about what he will be turning them into. He does not work with a preconceived idea, it is the materials that he has that activate his creative spirit.


Born in London in 1969, James began to write Graffiti in 1984. A decade later he had formalised the concept of spraypaint as 
the primary medium of expression and was beginning to personalise his alter-ego signature as the gestural cage for contextual subject.

David De La Mano

David de la Mano was born in Salamanca in 1975, where he graduated in Fine Arts before focussing on Public Art for his PhD at the University of Valencia.

From 1993 onward, De La Mano has worked extensively in urban public space, and developed his trademark style during numerous international projects.

Richard Hambleton – Shadowman

With his pioneering unauthorized public painting projects, most notably the expressive, menacing ‘Shadowmen’, Canadian born Richard Hambleton was one of the most significant participants in the early street art movement of the 1970’s and -80’s. While the largest portion of his iconic street works have survived only in photographic documentation, Bowery Iron District Door carries a painted original.

Sibylle Jazra

The arworks by Sibylle Jazra are pervaded with references of art ­history. Sometimes in an ironic way, other times, subtly disturbed. The versatile artist plays with artistic references with a sharp but, at the same time, light humoristic tone that is not directly disrupt by iconographical burdens. 

Dunja Janković

Originally a comic artist, Dunja Janković experimentations have led her to create site specific compositions on the walls of the city, on abandoned buildings, and, most importantly, on and with other people’s graffiti. On other people's work as well as on her own, she starts to parasitize, adding layers and by covering she 'discovers' a new image – 'Collaboration without Consent'.