Jordi Bernadó and Quimet Sabaté, The Spirit of Imagination

Space. From 14 Dec, 2017 to 03 Feb, 2018

Opening:14 Dic, 2017

Professional visitors:14 Dic, 2017

Opening to public:14 Dic, 2017

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In The Spirit of Imagination exhibitionwe can see the story of the chance meeting by Jordi Bernadó and Quimet Sabaté. The ambiguity, the paradox and the misrepresentation in Bernadó´s photos are merged with the fictional atmosphere in Sabaté´s paintings. As a result, we can see a set of mirrors that proposes the representation as a simulacrum at the same that challenging the authorship limits and the usage rights.

Exhibition view, The Spirit of Imagination, Jordi Bernadó & Quimet Sabaté galeria SENDA, Barcelona 2017. Image credits: Enric Berenguer
Exhibition view, The Spirit of Imagination, Jordi Bernadó & Quimet Sabaté galeria SENDA, Barcelona 2017. Image credits: Enric Berenguer
Exhibition view, The Spirit of Imagination, Jordi Bernadó & Quimet Sabaté galeria SENDA, Barcelona 2017. Image credits: Enric Berenguer
Exhibition view, The Spirit of Imagination, Jordi Bernadó & Quimet Sabaté galeria SENDA, Barcelona 2017. Image credits: Enric Berenguer
Exhibition view, The Spirit of Imagination, Jordi Bernadó & Quimet Sabaté galeria SENDA, Barcelona 2017. Image credits: Enric Berenguer
Exhibition view, The Spirit of Imagination, Jordi Bernadó & Quimet Sabaté galeria SENDA, Barcelona 2017. Image credits: Enric Berenguer
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