The MACBA presents an exhibition by Eulàlia Grau, a Catalan artist known for her avant-garde montages, collages and manipulated photographs.
Most of her art is created in response to what she sees as a weak and corrupt communication media which serves the interests of a controlled, censured, unjust and male-dominated society.
As an artist she is concerned with concepts such as loneliness, incomprehension and desperation. Her work also contains a strong feminist element while some of the pieces from her early career in the 1970s depict her opposition to the Franco regime in Spain.
These days most of her ire is directed at politicians and bankers.