Sala Nonell | Jorge Alcolea

Jorge Alcolea combines his commitment to contemporary painting with the conservation of antiques and Modern Art, more committed to family tradition.

With a consolidated artistic trajectory that extends from 1989 to the present, Jorge Alcolea gallery has always been at the service of the best modern and contemporary works of art. In its first stage, it was dedicated to exhibiting and supporting the work of young artists, many of whom are now recognized nationally and internationally, and over the years has managed to preserve this spirit, combining a portfolio of well-established artists with a special attention to the young promises of Spanish painting.

The name Alcolea has been linked to art since 1973, when Alfonso Alcolea and Teresa Albero inaugurated the Nonell Room in Barcelona. Dedicated to Modern Art, they showed the works of Marià Fortuny, André Masson, Grau Sala, Picasso, Juan Gris, Santiago Rusiñol, Joaquin Mir or Ramón Casas from New York to Buenos Aires, cities where the gallery was based. In November 2019, the gallery reopened as Jorge Alcolea – Nonell with the exhibition The Pheasant Hunt, curated by Enrique Juncosa.

Currently, Jorge Alcolea coordinates the galleries of Madrid and Barcelona and combines his commitment to contemporary painting with the conservation of antiques and Modern Art, more committed to family tradition.

Director: Jorge Alcolea
Adress: Johann Sebastian Bach, 16 · 08021, Barcelona
Hours: From Monday to Saturday: 10:30 a 14:30 y de 17:00 a 21:00 h
Telephone: 93 201 69 11
eMail: barcelona@jorgealcolea.com
Website: jorgealcolea.com

Disciplines

Paintings
Esculpture
Drawings

Works on paper
Photografie

Artists

Alejandra Caballero
Carlos Azañedo
Isabel Ramoneda
Juan Escauriaza
Lídia Masllorens
Mario Pavez

Matías Krahn
Miguel Macaya
Pedro García Villegas
Sílvia Palou
Teresa Calderón