The Glòria Soler Foundation collaborates strategically with the Fundació Suñol, an entity dedicated to the dissemination and promotion of art that has one of the most important collections of contemporary art in the entire State, with a fund of more than 1,000 works by 250 artists. Together with the Glòria Soler Foundation, they work to disseminate contemporary art and bring its values closer to society.
Both foundations join forces by uniting their experience and aligning their programs, sharing and collaborating with each other on projects that investigate the relationships between art and society, or with other interest groups: citizens, artists, museums, cultural and academic institutions, as well from other foundations, schools, hospitals and social entities.
In this area, different initiatives are developed based on the use of art as a vehicle of expression, in order to improve the health and social integration of the people who participate in the projects to generate, in this way, a process of personal growth.
Educational program and accessibility
The Fundació Suñol has developed various educational projects, which adapt to the needs of each audience, with the use of the Suñol Soler Collection. On the one hand, we have Art a la carta, a modality that consists of work capsules inspired by contemporary art practices and procedures, which are open and autonomous, with the aim of dealing with specific works or topics to teach both in the classroom as in the foundation itself.
From the educational team, visits are also made to schools or various audiences through the Apropa Cultura platform, where all types of participatory and dialogue activities related to contemporary art and the temporary exhibitions of the headquarters have a place, betting on accessibility and the inclusion of all audiences.
Designed for each of the temporary exhibitions, the public program offers activities of all kinds, from round tables to family workshops, which generate spaces for meeting and exchange aimed at a plurality of audiences based on creativity, reflection and criticism.Public program
Collaboration between the Clínic Barcelona-IDIBAPS together with the Gloria Soler Foundation and Fundació Suñol, with the aim of uniting art and science and bringing both disciplines closer together through the transfer of various works of art from the Suñol Soler collection. This collaboration began with the work Trodotz by the artist Zush, installed in the lobby of the IDIBAPS headquarters, and has continued with the work Untitled by Eva Lootz.Eva Lootz in IDIBAPS
Pediatric Cancer Center Barcelona
As a sign of appreciation and recognition of the work of the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona, the Fundació Glòria Soler and the Fundació collaborate with the transfer of the work L’estany by the artist Albert Ràfols-Casamada, which is part of the Suñol Soler Collection.Ràfols-Casamada in Pediatric Cancer Center
Fundació Suñol Online
The Fundació Suñol has a YouTube channel that allows online dissemination of the most significant events for both the Suñol Foundation and the Glòria Soler Foundation. You can find, among others, videographic material and exhibition information, as well as streamings of certain activities of the public program.Youtube Channel