Acquisitions
Progamme

For the sixth consecutive year, Barcelona Gallery Weekend 2022 presents an Acquisitions Programme intended for foundations and private companies that commit to incorporate to their collections works exhibited at the participating galleries.

BGW2022 once again features the participation of Fundació Vila Casas, an institution dedicated to contemporary Catalan art with four exhibition spaces in Catalonia, which has remained faithful to this initiative since the first edition.

Joining us for the first time is Cosentino City Barcelona, a meeting point for architecture and interior design professionals from which the organization supports culture and promotes art, creativity and inspiration through a powerful social agenda of events, meetings, round tables and professional networking. 

Also becoming part of Acquisitions Programme, La Roca Village: a destination for fashion, gastronomy and art experiences with more than 150 boutiques that hosts artistic initiatives that showcase local talent for their visitors to discover. Supporting art and creative talent made in Barcelona is part of the company's DNA and, with its involvement in Barcelona Gallery Weekend, it confirms its commitment to culture and creativity by accompanying artistic initiatives from the city.

The participating institutions freely choose the artworks without limitation of value and in direct relation with the galleries.

Fundació Vila Casas
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Alisa Sibirskaya
Adán y Eva, 2019. Printing on Chromaluxe; Ed. 1 /3. 120 x 80 cm Valid Foto
Fundació Vila Casas
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Alisa Sibirskaya
Adán y Eva, 2019. Printing on Chromaluxe; Ed. 1 /3. 120 x 80 cm Valid Foto, BGW2021
Colección Manuel Expósito - Visualsign Barcelona
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Marria Pratts
All Wizards Make Mistakes, 2020. Mixed media on canvas. 120 x 80 cm 3 Punts Galeria, BGW2021
Piramidón. Centre d'Art Contemporani
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Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe
Masi | Species of hard fruit palm, 2019. Acrylic on coated cane paper. 50 × 70 cm Ana Mas Projects, BGW2021