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Technological, biomedical and digital: this is how the emerging new Barcelona industry is perceived

The City Council has led the study "Barcelona in the Eyes of the World 2018" which aims to register the evolution of the city perception at a global level, through the opinions of more than 3,000 people between…
Klimt Schiele The NBP

On how Klimt transformed Schiele: an exhibition in London

On the centenary of the death of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, the Royal Academy of Arts of London wanted…

Philip Glass, the kaleidoscope’s vivacity

The wonderful album that Víkingur Ólafsson has devoted to Johan…

Philip Glass, the kaleidoscope’s vivacity

The wonderful album that Víkingur Ólafsson…
Post data gasto en cutura y entretenimiento The NBP

How much do Europeans spend on culture and entertainment?

Households in the European Union spent 8.5% of their total spending on entertainment and culture in 2017, six tenths less…

BUSINESS&TALENT

Beyond buzz and beach: What does Barcelona really offer to digital nomads?

Barcelona enjoys a reputation as popular place for digital nomads. That’s no surprise: The city boosts plenty of sunshine, beaches and a laid-back lifestyle. But can the Catalonian capital keep its position as top destination…

NATURGY

INVENTING THE ENERGY OF THE FUTURE

Technological innovation and digitalization will be key to change the energy model, to achieve decarbonization and expand renewable...

Google Barcelona The NBP

Isaac Hernández (Google): “Barcelona has an enviable ecosystem of entrepreneurs”

The Country Manager of Iberia Google Cloud, Isaac Hernández, has met with startups at Pier 01,…

Reputation beyond ‘Black Mirror’

In this digital era, brands and people are subjected to constant assessment. Managing reputation is, nowadays, more…
Barcelona’s female founders The NBP

The faces of Barcelona’s female founders

It is a man’s world. Even though the number of female entrepreneurs has increased over the…

Postpartum: the unexpected tsunami (Second wave, the emotional damage)

Eight mothers and a midwife share thoughts and feelings about…

Most influential people

1. ÀLEX MAÑAS
Carmen Laforet Premi Nadal The NBP
2. PREMI NADAL
3. VINTON CERF

ARTS

Egon Schiele, the myth of a damned genius (II): polemical exhibitions and epidermal exhibits

In 2018 it was 100 years since Egon Schiele’s death. To celebrate the anniversary, cities around the…

Picasso vs. Picabia, a paintbrush duel

More than 150 works, including paintings and documents, show the confluences and…
Enric Sagnier Barcelona The NBP

Walking around the Barcelona of Sagnier

Enric Sagnier was not only in charge of projecting the temple that is visible on the Tibidabo peak, but also responsible of 300 other works throughout the city that made him the most prolific architect in Barcelona.…

Thirty years, or more, in Carmen’s patio

In 1988, amidst the Barcelona pre-Olympics, Tablao de Carmen opened its doors. Barcelona displayed an unprecedented commitment and energy to…

Egon Schiele, the myth of a damned genius (II): polemical exhibitions and epidermal exhibits

In 2018 it was 100 years since Egon Schiele’s death. To celebrate the anniversary, cities around…

CULTURAL EVENTS

BY JACOBO ZABALO

 

After the success of the Saul Leiter exhibition, Foto Colectania, the Foundation specialized in photographic art, offers a fabulous show under the title "Identity Structures. The Walther Collection".

PAID POST

Vertical Barcelona

The image of a skyscraper-free Barcelona is part of a widespread belief in the Mediterranean as an…

Revisiting Cassavetes

Iván Morales (director) and Pol Fernández (actor) take to the cinema two sequences…

LITERARY

INVENTORIES

POETRY

NOVEL

THEATER

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LIFESTYLE

Bjarke Ingels, the architect enamoured with Barcelona

One of the most unknown aspects of one of today’s most popular architects, Bjarke Ingels –shortlisted as Time magazine’s 100 most influential people– is that he always explains that he…

Bjarke Ingels, the architect enamoured with Barcelona

One of the most unknown aspects of one of today’s most popular architects, Bjarke Ingels –shortlisted as Time magazine’s 100 most influential people– is that he always explains…
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Eight Hours in Guardiola’s Locker Room

The documentary series All or Nothing: Manchester City is a never-before seen…

The football player as a work of art

Jaime Gil de Biedma said that he had spent his life trying to be a poet,…

The football player as a work of art

Jaime Gil de Biedma said that he had spent his life trying to be a…
Alma Microbiota intestinal The NBP

Chocolate crepe or ham omelette?

Maybe you're hesitating between taking a chocolate crepe or a ham omelette. But that decision is not…

Against the Social Networks

The years have gone by and many of the promises regarding the…

Life 3.0: the Promise of Artificial Intelligence

Can we reduce the sentiment perceived upon entering the Sistine Chapel or the nave of the Sagrada Família…
Tintín i la Lluna The NBP

Did Armstrong read Tintin’s adventures on the Moon?

CosmoCaixa commemorates the half century of the arrival to the Earth satellite with an exhibition on Tintin and the Moon, until next May 26th. Even the words "that's one small step for a…