Indeed peculiar in all sorts of wonderful ways, Barcelona has long been seen as the most European of Spanish cities. Therein lies its future.
Some of the most exciting cities are those that have their own unique aesthetic. Photographer Marc Provins shows us his favorite spots in this visual tour.
Changes in government policy, tax laws and 21st century socioeconomic issues are having a large impact on Spanish culture. How will street art and residents be affected?
The “Ferran Adrià and elBulli. Risk, Freedom and Creativity” exhibition at the Palau Robert in Barcelona unveils the creative universe and talent of Ferran Adrià , the late 20th and early 21st centuries’ most influential chef, as well as the comprehensive capacity to innovate that he has applied to gastronomy with his work at elBulli restaurant.