The prize has positioned Catalonia on the map of major international awards
Featuring documents and photographs of great historic value, a new exhibition in the Garden of the Palau Robert is devoted to the winners of the first 25 editions of the Catalonia International Prize and the work carried out by the members of the prize jury. Writers, scientists, musicians, philosophers, economists, artists and activists are amongst those that have received a prize that has positioned Catalonia on the map of major international awards.
The curator of the show, which will be open to the public in the Garden of the Palau Robert from December 13 to March 23, is Teresa Sala, Executive Secretary for the prize.
The exhibition features photographs of the winners as well as letters from them and documents drafted by the jury. The museological design is by the Cadaval & Solà-Morales architectural studio, whilst the graphic design is by the firm Artofmany. The photographs are by Eugenio, Miquel González, Jordi Bedmar and Rubén Moreno. The show also includes an audiovisual featuring footage of the award ceremonies, interviews with the delegate presidents of the Prize, Baltasar Porcel and Xavier Rubert de Ventós, and a report on the winners.