Set in a stylishly converted garage, this forward-thinking photography hub specialises in experimental contemporary international work and hosts four major exhibitions a year, with local pieces on show in between (check upcoming events online). There's also a bookshop devoted to photography and a tranquil minimalist-chic cafe serving organic coffee, homemade lemonade and freshly baked cakes.

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Nearby Barcelona attractions

1. Església de Sant Joan

0.12 MILES

Construction on this striking church began in 1878 and was completed in 1884. It was designed by Francesc Berenguer i Mestres, Gaudí's protégé, but it's…

2. Plaça de la Virreina

0.14 MILES

Pleasant terraces adorn the leafy, pedestrianised Plaça de la Virreina, presided over by the 17th-century Església de Sant Joan, rebuilt in the 1880s by…

4. Casa Vicens

0.32 MILES

A Unesco-listed masterpiece, this angular, turreted 1885-completed private house was Gaudí’s inaugural commission, when the architect was aged just 30,…

5. Plaça del Sol

0.34 MILES

Lined with bars and restaurants, the rowdiest of Gràcia’s squares springs to life on long summer nights.It was the scene of summary executions after an…

6. G Experiència

0.41 MILES

A fun-filled Disney-style look at the life and work of Barcelona's favourite son Gaudí, just a stone's throw from Park Güell. There are models of Gaudí's…

7. Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia

0.45 MILES

Gràcia's busiest square, the Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia, was, until a few years ago, known as Plaça de Rius i Taulet, and you'll still hear that name…

8. Plaça de la Llibertat

0.47 MILES

This popular square is home to the bustling Modernista produce market of the same name, along with a couple of great little restaurants.