The exhibition produced by the Museu Abelló To make kind the humor visit Llançà


Last Friday, the exhibition To make kind the humor produced by the Museu Abelló was inaugurated at the Museu de l’ in Llançà. With this new inauguration, the City Council of Mollet, through the Joan Abelló Municipal Museum, continues to make known everywhere the work of Josep Antoni Fernández, illustrious comic artist and Mollet for adoption

This is the retrospective exhibition held last year at the Museu Abelló, an anthology that embraces the different vital aspects of one of the essential names in contemporary Catalan humor.

From here, the exhibition has become itinerant, exhibiting at the Palau Mercader Museum in Cornellà, the Santa Mònica Arts Cultural Center in Barcelona and, now, at the Museu de l’ in Llançà. The exhibition will soon visit the cities of Ripollet and León.

Fer was deeply rooted in Llançà, a town where he had a home and where the Gat Perich Prize was born.

Coinciding with the first anniversary of his death, Llançà pays tribute to his figure with this exhibition that can be visited until the beginning of October.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by the Mayor of Llançà, Núria Escarpanter, the Councilor for Culture, Sònia Sarola, Fer Noemí Fernández’s sister, Antoni Godoy, a friend of the ninotaire and Pepa Ventura, director of the Abelló Museum.

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