KAMERINO POP-UP SHOP. Barcelona
Exclusive five-day sale of a unique collection of handmade pieces from the old workshop of a historic Barcelona shop specializing in party favours and theatrical curios.
You’ll find cardboard masks, hats and instruments, genuine Japanese lanterns, paper toys and a dazzling array of other weird and wonderful objects made between 1926 and 1948.
From Wednesday 1st March 2017 until Sunday 5th March 2017
Open: 10am-6pm daily
Adifferentkettleoffishaltogether, 18 Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin 7
The Catalan artist/performer/scenographer/collector and antique furniture restorer Xavier Palet Sabater will set up his exquisite shop at 18 Ormond Quay Dublin 7. Now the new home of Dublin Civic Trust. This will be the final event to take place in this historic building before the Trust begin renovations and the scaffolding goes up.
Please call in and visit over the week. Xavier is selling rare Catalan stock from 1926-1948 and will be giving a demonstration and talk on Saturday 4th March at 3 pm in 18 Ormond. (Adifferentkettleoffishaltogether)
This is a free event but limited seating – 20 persons
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place
Kamerino shop, Barcelona
POP-UP SHOP KAMERINO. Barcelona
Exclusiva venta durante seis días de la inédita colección recuperada de un antiguo almacén de Barcelona dedicado a la fabricación artesanal de artículos de teatro y fiesta entre los años 1926 y 1948.
Podréis encontrar máscaras, sombreros e instrumentos de cartón, auténticos faroles japoneses, juguetes de papel y una infinidad de objetos curiosos…
Además, programaremos una charla teatralizada para dar a conocer el proyecto.
Estaremos en a different kettle of fish altogether, 18 Ormond Quay Upper, Dublín, del 28 de febrero al 5 de marzo de 2017.
Horario: 10 h a 18 h
Encontraréis más información en la página de Facebook Kamerino Collection in Dublin.
Please join us for Xavier’s workshop on Saturday 4th March at 3pm in 18 Ormond Quay Upper (adifferentkettleoffishaltogether)
Xavier Palet Sabater was born in a small town in L’Empordà, Catalonia. In 2000 he embarked on an artistic career restoring antique furniture and artwork while managing his workshop and the Kamerino shop in Calonge. Since 2007 he has also worked in the field of performance art and theatre, designing, directing and performing his own work at a number of festivals. In 2016 he launched the Kamerino de l’Enginy project in Barcelona.
Tim James Morris grew up on the south coast of England to a family with Welsh roots, but has lived for the last 15 years in Barcelona, where he translates for art exhibitions, festivals and other cultural events.
(Tim will be translating Xavier’s talk on Saturday 4th March)
Further information on the Kamerino Collection in Dublin Facebook page.
Supported by: Dublin Civic Trust/Farcry Productions/The Temple Bar Company/DCC