Equip web CCCB

(Català) “Barcelona-València-Palma”, en construcció

May 21st, 2010 Comments Closed

CCCB: Open to Internet

May 17th, 2010 3 Comments

Today, 17 May, we are celebrating Internet Day by opening the doors to all the activities of the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona that are possible thanks to the existence of the Internet and the millions of internauts who interact using it.

We’re inviting you into our home through the most visible face of the CCCB on the Net: its corporate website. Today, it invites you to immerse yourself in the CCCB’s online offer: blogs and websites where you can take part in the Centre’s cultural projects.


(Català) Oda a la lletjor de Barcelona, València i Palma

May 10th, 2010 3 Comments


Shouts of protest in Iran, photo of the year 2009

February 15th, 2010 Comments Closed

A summer’s night in Tehran. A woman on a terraced roof is shouting. Italian reporter Pietro Masturzo photographed that moment a few days after the presidential elections in Iran, a reflection of citizen protest at the contested elections that saw Mahmoud Ahmadineyad re-instated as president. The photo was chosen by the jury of the prestigious World Press Photo award as the best photograph of 2009. According to the jury chair, Ayperi Karabuda, the photograph shows the beginning of a huge story that touches you visually and emotionally. “My heart went out to it immediately”, he explains in a press release.

World Press Photo of the Year 2009 - Pietro Masturzo, Italy - From the rooftops of Tehran, June

World Press Photo of the Year 2009 – Pietro Masturzo, Italy – From the rooftops of Tehran, June


What did the Fall of the Berlin Wall represent?

October 29th, 2009 Comments Closed

Contemporary thinkers give their views on walls old and new

The debate “1989. Europe, 20 Years after the Fall of the Wall” brings together at the CCCB writers, philosophers and journalists, people who have some kind of link with that historical event that transformed Europe. We ask them how the world changed after the night of 9 November 1989, and if dreams of a freer, less divided continent really came true. Twenty years on, we also want to know which other borders or dividing lines, visible or invisible, affect humankind with the same force as the Berlin Wall.