Suñol Foundation

Fundació Suñol is a private, non-profit organization based in Barcelona. The Foundation was created with the aim of spreading the Suñol Soler Collection and promoting contemporary artistic production and dissemination.

The Fundació Suñol is involved in various fields: on the one hand it is dedicated to the conservation and dissemination of its collection through a full program of exhibitions and exhibitions, on the other it is also a support in the field of local contemporary art, so much so that it also promotes public programs and educational projects on contemporary art aimed at the diversity of collectives and in dialogue with different agents. Fondacio Sunol organizes nearly a hundred exhibitions and activities in which over 100,000 visitors participate. The Suñol Soler Collection is one of the largest private contemporary art collections in Catalonia and Spain. There are more than two hundred and fifty artists, many of international fame for a period ranging from 1915 to 2006. The value of the collection is also due to Josep Suñol's close relationship with the gallery owner and friend Fernando Vijande. Initially the collection was on display at Galeria 1 and it wasn't long before it got too small due to the rapid growth of the collection. Galeria 2 was thus inaugurated in 1979, located in the Les Corts district of Barcelona and the current headquarters of the Fundació Suñol.

Among the numerous artists in the collection we mention:

Antoni Abad, Ignasi Aballí, Rafael Armengol, Jean Arp, Eduard Arranz-Bravo, Eva Arrizabalaga, Giacomo Balla, Carlo Battaglia, Manuel Bea, Erwin Bechtold, Miguel Berrocal, Alighiero Boetti, Jordi Bordas, Jordi Canudas, Joan Cardells, Anthony Caro, Christo, Ettore Colla, Salvador Dalí and Lucio Fontana.

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Fundació Suñol Leaflet Mejía Lequerica 14
08028 Barcelona


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