Ramon Llinés. Fugint de què i cap a on? Gravats

"Impressed by the news and images that arrived about boats adrift seeking refuge, I began to graphically express what I felt. These graphic notes became, a few years ago, the first engraving that I called the Refugee Series. The theme began to emerge. I became interested and looked for typical names from the countries of origin of many refugees such as Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Afghanistan, Syria... names that were also part of an engraving.

Ramon Llinés. Fugint de què i cap a on? Gravats

"Impresionado por las noticias e imágenes que llegaban sobre pateras a la deriva buscando refugio, empecé a expresar gráficamente lo que sentía. Estos apuntes gráficos se convirtieron, hace unos años, en el primer grabado al que llamé Serie sobre refugiados.  El tema empezó a interesarme y busqué nombres típicos de los países de origen de muchos refugiados como Etiopía, Eritrea, Somalia, Afganistán, Siria... nombres que también formaron parte de un grabado.

Open dialogue with the artists Pere i Josep Santilari around his exhibition
Friday February 23


Friday, February 23 at 7:00 p.m



Diada de la Flor - L'Ou com balla a la font

June 1 and 2 Open days at the museum where you can visit the traditional Dancing Egg in the courtyard fountain SCHEDULE

Francesca Poza. "Esa maraña invisible que es la NADA"

Francesca Poza presents, at the Museu del Càntir d'Argentona,an exhibition where fabrics are intertwined with words

International Museum Day 2024

Open days at the Museu del Càntir where you can visit for free: Permanent exhibition of the museum + Espai Picasso.

Intensive summer courses

Intensive one-month ceramic courses for children from 5 till 12 years and adults

Hello Ceramics - Open days at the Càntir Museum

OPEN DOOR DAYS TO THE CÀNTIR MUSEUM On the occasion of HOLA CERÁMICA, an activity to promote ceramics in the

Hello Ceramics - Children's workshop: Little fingers, expert hands: turn your vase

CHILDREN'S ACTIVITY: TURN YOUR VASE Children's activity for families in which the children can make their own vase in


The jug from 2022 is the work of the designer Nani Marqina :"I have a great respect for popular craftsmanship; that’s why redesigning a “càntir” (a traditional water jug) has been a challenge for me. Craftsmanship is functionality, simplicity and, at the same time, aesthetics; a sign of sincerity."
Measurements: 20 x 15 cm
Numbered edition to 5,000 copies
Price: 25 Euros
Available in the shop



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