Mercat with…

The Mercat de les Flors expands its activities and leaves the building that gives its name, and goes to other spaces.

PER AMOR A LES ARTS – Cicle at the Filmoteca

New year of the initiative Per amor a les arts, cinema series related to the other arts that seven years ago launched the Filmoteca de Catalunya and the MNAC. Weekly programming consists of a screening of a film that relates the world of cinema and the world art, preceded by an introduction by an expert. In addition to the Filmoteca and the MNAC, other cultural facilities of the city take part: the Mercat de les Flors, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, L’Auditori, the TNC, the Teatre Lliure, the Palau de la Música Catalana, the Servei de Biblioteques, la Institució de les Lletres Catalanes, the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, Joan Miró Fundation and FAD (Foment de les Arts Decoratives) with Museu del Disseny.

Mercat de les Flors participates with two films: Rize, by David LaChapelle (2005) on 22nd of October and Suspiria, by Luca Guadagnino (2018), on 14th of April.

Program Per amor a les Arts 2019/2020 HERE

More information Per amor a les Arts 2019/2020 HERE

FLIC – Festival of literature and arts

For the third year, the Mercat will be collaborating with the FLIC, an innovative festival of actions, experiences and creation that invites families, schools and professionals to enjoy literature and the arts. FLIC is committed to experimenting with various cultural formats and this year celebrates its tenth edition.

Sala Hiroshima

The Mercat collaborates with the Sala Hiroshima for the presentation in Barcelona of selected pieces by Aerowaves, an European project for the visibility and mobility of new creators. The Mercat de les Flors every year features three pieces, some of which are exhibited in Hiroshima.

November 22, 2019 – Flora Détraz presents MUYTE MAKER at the Sala Hiroshima

Fira Mediterrània de Manresa

During the 2019-20 Season, the Mercat de les Flors co-produced the Explica Dansa Laboratory by Roger Bernat and Toni Jodar. Explica Dansa invites the playwright and director Roger Bernat to rethink the role of Toni Jodar’s storyteller – with the complicity of the playwright Helena Tornero, the journalist Bàrbara Raubert, the choreographer Montse Colomé, and the musician Laia Vallés– as part of the process of creating a new piece about tradition and contemporaneity.


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