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Let Art Out


Carrer Corretger 5
08003 Barcelona

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Fousion Gallery proudly presents and invites to LET ART OUT… 


LET ART OUT… Art Outlet

We invite you to discover and have a look for a good opportunity to buy Art for a very special price, to get an unique last minute present, at the same time supporting local artists and help to generate space in their workshops for new art & could be a good place to get a special last minute present for a good price …

The idea is to offer affordable art pieces which did not see the light since its last exhibitions, works that never have been shown to the public before and other pieces which instead of filling storages and collecting dust, find a place where they can shine with all their power.

For this instance we present a variety of works of pop surrealism, urban art, low brow, illustration, recycle art & digital art of many Artist who where presented the last years by Fousion Gallery.

Pop up art show presented by Fousion Gallery Barcelona, this time the 2nd edition of LET ART OUT… Art Outlet at Carrer Corretger 5. 


+ Vermouth & pinchos artísticos

  • Peca
  • Ilia Mayer
  • Mono Cieza
  • Gonzalo Varela
  • Mateus Bailon
  • Hannah Chloe
  • Arnaud Cayla Xene
  • Gabriel Pérez Raventós
  • Juan José Surace
  • Jean Peut-Etre
  • elDimitry
Sounds by
  • Nice Noise,
  • Panda Soniq
  • Ilia Mayer
Video art
  • VJ Entter


Opening times
  • Saturday, 20th of December 2014, 12 pm – 10 pm
  • Sunday, 21th of December 2014,12 pm – 7 pm




The outer circle and inner space – Peca was born in Argentina and graduated from the University of Fine Arts in the city of La Plata (UNLP). She paints, illustrates and animates films in Barcelona for more than a decade.

Juan José Surace

Ilia Mayer

Ilia Mayer is a visual artist and a musician who delves into the pictorial disciplines of watercolor, oil, and muralism, alongside photography and experimental music. Employing an interdisciplinary approach, Mayer seeks to interconnect these forms of expression to construct an artistic body of work reflecting themes such as solitude, the "sense of wonder," and anti-speciesism.

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.

Mateus Bailon

Inspired by myths, worldly folklore and the complex simplicity of the human mind, the work of Mateus Bailon explores narratives. It seeks to recall the connection between the human being and nature attempting to understand the mysterious part of people’s personal universes.

Hannah Chloe

Hannah Adamaszek injects some new talent and energy in to the street art scene with her female portraits which bring a painterly style often found in contemporary art to the street art scene. Earthy tones and harmonious contours have earned Admaszek’s works a place on many an outside space, from the unique Brandalism project to StreetFest and UpFest.


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 Palencia with P. Since he was a little Boy at school, whatever the class was about, elDimitry always used to do the same, creating little paintings in his notebooks, tables, pants, walls… and without stopping to scribble – and paying attention to other painters – he started to travel. From Palencia to Valladolid, where he studied Illustration.

Gonzalo Varela

Arnaud Cayla Xene

Jean Peut-Etre


Entter is a digital and crypto artist, his work is represented by Async and SuperRare galleries. He has worked for the blockchain NEAR and DAO Mintbase. He’s also Art Director and UI/ UX Designer. Entter is widely known for his pixelated visuals, focused on retro arcade and low-fi gaming graphics from the first era of home entertainment consoles and computers.

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