Núria Gussinyer's Art Exhibition
If a month ago we announced the first art exhibition of the year with Chicote CFC at the Hotel Áurea Washington Irving 5* in Granada, today we share with you a new art exhibition, this time in Barcelona. Once again, we are collaborating with the Hotusa group to present the artworks of the artist Núria Gussinyer at the Eurostars Monumental 4* hotel.
The Eurostars chain speaks of this hotel as “the place where the Sagrada Familia and the Torre Agbar, the two great watchtowers of Barcelona, cross their intimate dialogues”. And it is that the Eurostars Monumental hotel is a newly built establishment in which its guests find modernity, design, comfort and a warm and welcoming environment wrapped in a decoration with constant nods to Gaudí.
But if we highlight something about this hotel, it is undoubtedly its location: It is located in the heart of Barcelona and from the hotel suites you can enjoy wonderful views of the temple, whose construction is expected to be completed in 2026 with its 18 towers touching the sky of the Condal City.
Pictures from Eurostar Hotel website.
This very special environment hosts, from February 1st to March 29th, the artworks of the Catalan artist Núria Gussinyer, born in Sant Joan les Fonts (Girona) and graduated in Fine Arts in the specialty of Painting from the University of Barcelona.
Not only does she have a long and solid artistic career that has made her exhibit her arworks outside our borders in countries such as Ireland or the United States, but she has also been teaching art for more than twenty years. As always, we leave you here the link to her complete trajectory.
Throughout her artistic career, Núria Gussinyer has focused on studying and experimenting with color. Inspired by the forms of nature, her artwork tries to express her own emotions and the desire to connect with the public through arousing emotions.
Color manifests itself in the artist's work as a reflection of what life represents to her. And the fact is that this art exhibition is the result of the study and experimentation of colours, of inspiration in the forms of nature, of the expression of one's own emotions and of the desire to connect with the public, awakening various emotions in them.