Javier Arce, Joan Brossa, José Manuel Broto, Miguel Ángel Campano, Leo Copers, Tony Cragg, Antoine d'Agata, Alberto García-Alix, Michael Joo, Cornelia Parker, Javier Pérez, Guillermo Pfaff, Justin Randolph Thompson, Bosco Sodi, Keith Tyson, Vicky Uslé.
Galeria Carles Taché, founded and directed since 1986 by Carles Taché (Barcelona, 1947), is located at Mèxic street on the slopes of Montjuïc, a hub of museums in the city of Barcelona. The gallery joins the Art Barcelona association (which Carles Taché preside for eight years).
Internationally, the gallery has participated in the foremost contemporary art fairs: FIAC (Paris), Art Cologne, Chicago Art Fair, ARCO (Madrid), Art Brussels, MACO (Mexico), KIAF (Korea) and SH Contemporary (Shanghai), among others. The gallery regularly collaborates with other national and international galleries, institutions, foundations and museums, and has a long history as an art editor. Since its opening, the gallery has been recognized with many awards: ACCA award of the Art Critics Association in 1987 and 2000, Ciutat de Barcelona award in 1990, the Freedom Award of the International Peace Centre in Sarajevo in 1995, GAC award in 2013, Creu de Sant Jordi de la Generalitat de Catalunya award in 2016 and Tendències de El Mundo award also in 2016.
From Thu. 17th to Sat. 19th Sept. / 10 am - 8
Sun. 20th Sept. / 10 am - 3 pm
Always unconventional and contested, the exhibition "Miguel Ángel Campano in Black and White" shows its most radical stage of rupture: his painting turn into black and white that began in 1991.
Miguel Ángel Campano received the National Arts Prize in 1996, and his great retrospective at El Palacio Velázquez in Madrid in 1999 was the confirmation of its relevance within the Spanish contemporary art scene. Carles Taché Gallery continues the tribute made last year by the Museo Nacional Artes Plásticas Reina Sofía (Madrid) and soon at EsBaluard Museum (Palma de Mallorca).
In his works, Miguel Angel Campano (Madrid, 1948 – 2018) blends Abstract Expressionism and the historical avantgardes, abstraction and figuration. Awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas in 1996, he is considered a major exponent of the renewal of Spanish painting in the 80's. His retrospective at the Palacio Velázquez in 1999 confirmed his evolution as one of the most important figures in Spanish contemporary art.