The wonderful world
of gaudi

Premiere 29.01.2022
The Amazing World of Gaudi
Is it possible to understand genius? Can you describe his creations? The great master not only left us objects for contemplation, but also statements that became a creed for many of his descendants.
"The greatest property of a work of art is harmony, which in the plastic arts is born from light. Light creates relief and decorates. Architecture is the creation of the order of light" - Antonio Gaudí.
About the exhibition
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word Barcelona?
Sunlight flooding the streets, romance, sultry Spanish smiles and breathtaking architecture. Admiring the boldness of forms, bright dazzling colors, unexpected solutions. The architecture of the enigmatic Antonio Gaudí.
All this - and the enthusiasm of Barcelona, and the magic of Gaudi's works - in the new exhibition The Amazing World of Gaudi!
Get comfortable. We go for a walk in the Park Güell, stop at the Güell Palace, which is so reminiscent of the Venetian palaces. And what is this writhing monster covered with scales? Batllo's house. Let's look at the House of Figueres and the Bellesguard Tower - an illusion of light and innovation in every detail. Here is the Sagrada Familia. Sagrada Familia is Gaudí's most famous and controversial creation.
Perhaps our 20-minute journey through the city of Gaudí will reveal the veil of secrets of the genius of architecture.

Exhibition duration: 20 min
Gaudi's bio
The outstanding Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí is a native of the city of Reus. Having overcome the difficult path from a simple draftsman, he became one of the most expensive, fashionable and sought-after architects of his time.
Gaudi deified nature and drew inspiration from it, tried to convey the beauty of the world around him in color schemes, architectural curves and forms. He was the first to decide to transfer the laws of nature to architecture.
To this day, the name of Gaudi is shrouded in a veil of mystery. Probably the first thing that makes it difficult to understand his work is the mystery inherent in all geniuses. He did not leave any notes and diaries, he had no close friends (except for Eusebe Güell). Everything we know about Gaudi is connected with his works and creativity, and his personal life is covered in darkness.
Towards the end of his life, Gaudi came to a complete disregard for appearance and immersed himself in mystical and religious themes. In 1891, he was commissioned to build the Sagrada Familia (Sagrada Familia). While working on the project, Antonio avoided any communication for days on end, locking himself in a workshop on a construction site. For more than 30 years he was engaged in the construction of the cathedral - his latest brainchild.
What is a multimedia exhibition?
Multimedia exhibitions are a new way of experiencing art – grandiose scale projections of paintings by world-famous artists, animated by digital artists, accompanied by breathtaking music. All of this - in a relaxed, modern atmosphere.

You don't have to have to be an art expert or have knowledge in painting techniques to get an ocean of positive emotions from visiting the exhibition.
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