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The collection

The collection is the point of convergence where the plural vision of the collector Antoni Vila Casas meets contemporary art. It is a map of movements and decisions to accept particular works that embrace different ideologies and creative languages. Encompassing the period between the 1960’s and the present, with a few previous exceptions, a number of currents of pictorial and sculptural creation in Catalonia are displayed. Only the photography collection is within an international framework.


Antoni Abad
Lleida, 1956

Cesc Abad
Barcelona, 1973

Cesc Abad is a self-taught and multidisciplinary artist who draws on the postulates from the best Catalan artists, as well as the most renowned international artists. His artworks are directly related to nature, especially the landscape in the Catalan Pyrenees, and although they are figurative, they are all endowed with a deep conceptual sense that goes beyond the limits of utopia to delve into a dystopian world.

His ease in dealing with different disciplines enables him to work with ceramics in a highly personal and identifiable way. He manages to create a fusion of painting and sculpture to reflect on the relationship between humankind and nature and also on its relationship with passions, fears and hopes.

Francesc Abad
Terrassa, Barcelona, 1944

Ignasi Aballí
Barcelona, 1958

Joan Abelló
Mollet del Vallès, Barcelona, 1922 - 2008

Joan Abras
La Bisbal de l'Empordà, Girona, 1949

After working in advertising in Mexico, María María Acha-Kutscher moved to Madrid, where she currently lives and where she took her first steps in the world of art and feminist militancy. Using multiple modes of expression such as drawing, photography and archive images the artist produces long research pieces dealing with gender discrimination.  Her works reflect on issues such as the cultural construction of femininity, the participation of women in global conflicts, and femicide. Putting the patriarchal system under the microscope, her work becomes not only an instrument for political struggle but also a testament to the concerns and demands of today's feminist movements.

Pep Admetlla
Girona, 1962

Xavier Agramont
Barcelona, 1933

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