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|Title:||A.D.L.A.N y la promoción de jóvenes artistas: Ramón Marinel·lo, Jaume Sans y Eudald Serra|
|Other Titles:||A.D.L.A.N and the promotion of young artists: Ramón Marinel·lo, Jaume Sans and Eudald Serra|
|Author:||Gómez Pradas, Muriel|
|Publisher:||Arte, Individuo y Sociedad|
|Citation:||Gómez-Pradas, M. (2018). A.D.L.A.N y la promoción de jóvenes artistas: Ramón Marinel·lo, Jaume Sans y Eudald Serra. Arte, Individuo y Sociedad, 30(2), 225-242. doi:10.5209/ARIS.56432|
|Abstract:||A.D.L.A.N. (Amics de l'Art Nou [Friends of New Art]) was, until the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, the most important promoter of avant-garde artistic activities in the Barcelona of the 1930s. ADLAN's organization of exhibitions to spread international avant-garde art has been studied in detail, such as in the exhibition by Hans Arp, Picasso, Alexander Calder, Joan Miró, etc. But we can not forget that in this work of diffusion of the "new art" the promotion of young Catalan artists of the moment had a prominent role within the elite of Barcelona. The paradigmatic example was the exhibition ADLAN presents three new sculptors. Ramon Marinel·lo, Jaume Sans and Eudald Serra, at the Galleries Catalonia in Barcelona (March 1935). The aim of this article is to analyze this exhibition in its social and artistic context, as well as to explore the later and divergent artistic trajectory of these three sculptors after the Spanish Civil War. © 2018 Universidad Complutense de Madrid. All rights reserved.|
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