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List of artworks by Joan Pere Viladecans

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Joan Pere Viladecans was born in Barcelona in 1948. In a first moment it showed interest in the poetry, the music and the fine arts and was through them that it discovered its vocation for the paint.

In 1967 he carries out a series of paints inspired by the work of Salvador Espriu. In January 1969 he does its first exhibition in Room Gaspar, with presentation of Joan Brossa. From this date, it carries out and international and national exhibitions, Johanesburg, Toronto, Madrid, Seville, Washington, Cologne, New York, Taipei, Stockholm. He carries out multiple posters and covers of books, newspapers and disks. In 1971 he takes part (together with other intellectuals and artists) in the closing in Montserrat in protest against the Judgment of Boroughs and the death sentence.

In 1971 he wins the prize “Primer Premi Internacional d'Art Jove” in Granollers. It projects the scenography “Calaix de Sastre” with the companyía “Claca” in homenatge to George Mèliés.

In 1980 it exposes simultaniamente in three galleries of Barcelona (Gallery a hundred, Gallery René Métras, Room Gaspar).

In 1983 he exhibits in El Museo Español de Arte Contemporáneo of Madrid.

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Joan Pere Viladecans was born in Barcelona in 1948. In a first moment it showed interest in the poetry, the music and the fine arts and was through them that it discovered its vocation for the paint.


In 1967 he carries out a series of paints inspired by the work of Salvador Espriu. In January 1969 he does its first exhibition in Room Gaspar, with presentation of Joan Brossa. From this date, it carries out and international and national exhibitions, Johanesburg, Toronto, Madrid, Seville, Washington, Cologne, New York, Taipei, Stockholm. He carries out multiple posters and covers of books, newspapers and disks. In 1971 he takes part (together with other intellectuals and artists) in the closing in Montserrat in protest against the Judgment of Boroughs and the death sentence.


In 1971 he wins the prize “Primer Premi Internacional d'Art Jove” in Granollers. It projects the scenography “Calaix de Sastre” with the companyía “Claca” in homenatge to George Mèliés.


In 1980 it exposes simultaniamente in three galleries of Barcelona (Gallery a hundred, Gallery René Métras, Room Gaspar).


In 1983 he exhibits in El Museo Español de Arte Contemporáneo of Madrid.


In 2000 Viladecans 365 dias. Cultural Center of the Duke Earl. Town Council of Madrid.


EXHIBITIONS SELECTION:


1969 - First individual exhibition of Joan Pere Viladecans in the Room Gaspar, Barcelona. An exhibition that was repeated of new in 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980, 1988 and 1992.


You enter the years 1971 and 1990 - Exhibition in Galeria Dreiseitel, Cologne, Germany. Gallery Quadrado Azul Oporto. Home of Goya Bordeaux (France). Duszka Patÿn Karolczak, Galerie d'Art Bruselas (Belgium). Gallery Ponce, Mexico D.F.


1992 - Expo of Seville.


1998 - Museum of Zoology of Barcelona.


1999 - Room d'Exposicions de la Fundació Caixa de Manresa.


1999 - Center d'Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona.


2001 - UNDER DM 2000. Galerie Dreiseitel, Cologne, Germany.


2003 - Arbeiten auf Papier. Galerie Dreiseitel, Cologne, Germany. Viladecans 15 anys of Showroom trajectòria of the Govern D'Andorra. Arbeiten auf Papier. Galerie Dreiseitel.


2004 - Viladecans illustrates Edgar Allan Poe. Circle Cultural Center of Readers. Madrid.


2005 - Institut d'estudis ilerdencs. Lleida.


2006 - Gallery Horizon. Colera (Girona)


2007 - Viladecans, Great Format Fontana d'Or (Girona). Gallery Joan Gaspar. Barcelona and Madrid.


2008 - Palau Moja Barcelona.


2009 - Viladecans Gran Format. Circle Foundation of Readers. Barcelona.


2011 - Viladecans Obra Recent 2008-2010. Museu Can Framis. Fundació Vila Casas. Barcelona

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