People On The Grid with Waldemar Ramos

Today on the show we will be talking to Waldemar Ramos. Waldemar is a collage artist from Brazil who creates collages that are inspired by his personal interests. He also used his work as a form of political criticism by integrating political messages and into his work.   Tune in to learn about Waldemar’s work Read more about People On The Grid with Waldemar Ramos[…]

Guiri On The Grid with Javier Navarro

Today on Guiri On The Grid, we are talking to the artist behind El Dios De Los Tres, Javier Navarro. Javier is an artist and illustrator based out of Madrid and Barcelona. He is considered a multidisciplinary artist, who likes to create images, symbols, aesthetics and stories from his particular vibrant colourful world with a surrealist and baroque style.

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People On The Grid with Duda Faria with Art Bike Tour

Today we are talking about the Art Bike Tours in Barcelona, a unique and relaxed way to see the city and the galleries it has to offer. Our guest is Duda Faria, co-founder of Art Bike Tours. Originally from Brazil, she started this business with two Barcelona locals as a way to offer visitors and locals alike a way to see amazing art in a genuine way. The tour is offered on three different routes and six different languages. Tour-goers can choose between Montjuic and Raval, Eixample, and Ciutat Vella, each with its own unique gallery spaces. 

To find out more about the tours visit artbiketour.com

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POTG Video Interview with Jessika Klingspor

People On The Grid with Jessika Klingspor

We recently met up with Jessika Klingspor to talk about The Muro Lab, a project that is turning art into decoration via original handmade paintings sold at affordable prices. Jessika told us about the project in its past, present and future plans. We love the idea and we can’t wait to see it continue to grow! Watch and help us share it with the world. […]

People On The Grid Interview with Carlota Simó

People On The Grid with Carlota Simó

This week on People On The Grid, Katrina Logie interviewed Carlota Simó, a young artist in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat area of Barcelona. We met up with Carlota and talked about her art, inspiration, and other things that she is passionate about; like sustainability, “country living”, and minimalism. As a millennial, Carlota had a lot to share with us and we love her ideas.  […]

Modern Art Around the World

In May 2016, a young man placed a pair of glasses on the ground of the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco. Instead of walking by, dozens of people gathered around the irrelevant object to take photos and converse about its meaning.

Though comedic, this experiment shows just how much the definition of art has changed throughout recent years. While art has historically been characterized by its aesthetic qualities, the movement towards postmodernism has put the focus directly on a work’s ideological implications. Art doesn’t need to be beautiful in the traditional sense; it needs to elicit an emotional or mental response.

To get your dose of modern art, here’s our list of the coolest museums to find thought-provoking pieces:

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People On The Grid Interview with Alexia Chellun

People On The Grid with Alexia Chellun

In this People On The Grid, we get to know Alexia Chellun, a singer-songwriter who is launching her new album called ‘Open’. With her soothing and relaxing voice, she performs for us acoustic versions of her latest songs: “All That Remains”, “Open” and “Take Your Destiny”.

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Barcelona’s Street Artists

It’s official: with so many great artists in Barcelona, the artwork can no longer be contained within museums, and has started to flow throughout the streets. Street artists have created hundreds of masterpieces that are waiting to be discovered around every corner of the city.

On the neighbourhood block, the formal rules of art can be put aside, and each artist can express their creativity as boldly and unabashedly as they desire. While the museum or gallery may be reserved for the elite, this hasn’t stopped the disenfranchised and countercultural people of Barcelona from painting this city in their unique style. The streets have become a canvas for the people of Barcelona, freely expressing their dissatisfactions, their points of pride, or anything else which may come to mind.

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