This is how the opening of IWCS went

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Last 25th of February we had the pleasure of opening The International Weird Collage Show, an itinerant exhibition of contemporary Collage that shows the most relevant international collage work and gathers together a selection of pieces from artists all around the world:

Alan Ganev & François Ares (Canada), André Bergamin (Brazil), Anna Taratiel (Barcelona), Anthony Zinonos (USA), April Gertler (Germany), Ashkan Honarvar (Norway), B.D. Graft (the Netherlands), Bill Noir (France), Chang Gang Lee (Japan), Charles Wilkin (USA), Cless (Spain), Dennis Busch (Germany), Franco Fasoli (Argentina), Fred Free (USA), Gloria Vilches (Barcelona), Goster (Perú), Grande (Sweden), James Gallagher (USA), Jon Legere (USA), John Whitlock (USA), Julia Busch (Germany), Mario Zoots (USA), Marta de los Pájaros (Barcelona), Max-O-Matic (Barcelona), Mike de Sutter (USA), Niko Vartiainen (Finland), Rubén B (Spain), Sergi Lacambra (Barcelona), Sylvia Stølan (Norway), Tamar Cohen (USA), Vincent Pacheco (USA).

This exhibition curated by Max-o-matic and Rubén B, founders of The Weird Show, has been travelling through different countries and cities since 2011. Some of the places it has visited so far are New York, Berlin, Montreal, the Netherlands, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Madrid and finally it has arrived to Barcelona where me & the curiosity has been responsible for its production.


The event had a lot of public from all around who had the chance to talk to some of the artists that showcase in this exhibition (Charles Wilkin, André Bergamin and Bill Noir), the curators (Rubén B and Max-o-matic) and local artists (Cless, Gloria Vilches and Sergi Lacambra). The bustling ambient was propitious to exchange opinions about techniques, styles, and share impressions about their work…







The audience could enjoy of the show while tasting delicious wines (Perro Verde Limited Edition and Sospechoso) which enlivened the night.


The collaborating space that me & the curiosity used to show the International Weird Collage Show has been Espronceda Center for Art and Culture, at Espronceda street 326, in Barcelona.