Eva Divari joined 60 international artists that exhibited at the second edition of World Art Vision. The exhibition was held from May 19th to June 5th 2011 at Real Círculo Artístico de Barcelona (Royal Artistic Circle), situated in the Barrio Gotico area of Barcelona, Spain.
For 18 days, the artists exhibited more than 150 artworks: paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, prints, installation art, video and digital images. The exhibition was highlighted by a series of collateral events: presentations, concerts and lectures.
Barcelona, with 1.6 million inhabitants, boasts a lively cultural and artistic life, thanks not only to the universities and the literary and artistic circles of significant historical importance. This is the case of the Real Círculo Artístico, that was founded in 1881 and is still being attended by hundreds of members, who work in the halls of the upper floors of the prestigious Palau Pignatelli, which also houses the Salvator Museum. The area of the Barrio Gotico, the famous Gothic Quarter where the Cathedral, the Ramblas, the Picasso Museum are all located, has recently been declared as the most visited urban area in the whole of Spain.
The exhibition was attended by over 50,000 people
Below are some of the official exhibition's photos
Some more photos from the exhibition:
The Greek press had nothing but praise for the participating artists