Contemporaneïtat

8Contemporany Art

Permanent exhibition
Contemporany Art
#MAMT

The democratisation of the political system that permitted the internal artistic development and international interrelation, and the intense commercialisation of the artistic phenomenon, brought about a stark development in the 1980s in the plastic arts. Despite this, in the last decade of the century, enthusiasm declined, but not the work or the quality of the artists.

The Diputació de Tarragona Biennial Art exhibition

In 1944, with the Julio Antonio Prize for Sculpture and the Tapiró Prize for Painting, the Diputació de Tarragona introduced awards for the promotion of artistic creation. This award was initially an annual one, before it became the Biennial Art Exhibition we know today.
Artworks
Artists

Bruno Gallart

Tarragona, 1941

Daniel Argimón

Barcelona, 1929 - 1996

Jaume Solé

Valls, 1943 - 2011

Enric Adserà

Cabra del Camp, 1939

Albert Macaya

Barcelona, 1961

Ester Ferrando

Reus, 1972

Diego Pujal

Buenos Aires (Argentina), 1971

Antoni Alcàsser

Quart de Poblet, 1963

Javier Muro

Pamplona (Navarra), 1968

Ana Sánchez

Salamanca, 1964

Barbara Stammel

Söcking-Stamberg (Alemanya), 1960

Jep Cerdà

Tarragona, 1954

Joan Casals

Tarragona, 1945 - Reus, 2011

Manuel Quintana Martelo

Santiago de Compostela, 1949

Federico Sancho

Madrid, 1979

Joaquim Chancho

Riudoms, 1943

Manel Llauradó

Reus, 1959

Josep Salmerón

Tortosa, 1964

Genaro Lahuerta

València, 1905 - 1985

Alfonso Parra

Villarobledo (Albacete), 1941 - El Provencio (Cuenca), 2016

Kribi Heral

Biar (Alacant), 1967

Josep Sala

Barcelona, 1928 - Altafulla, 2010

Mariano Rubio

Calatayud, 1926 - Tarragona, 2019