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Photographs of Joaquim Font i Cussó’s collection

Joaquim Font i Cussó carried out the excavations  in Badalona in the thirties, in the area of Clos de la Torre. After the war, he didn’t excaved anymore. He was also interested in Sant Jeroni de la Murtra, He did research and published the result of his studies in different articles. Joaquim Font also collected […]

Publication of the book Before the memory disappear

Josep M. Padrós i Cuyàs, director of the Museum of Badalona between the years 1971 and 1975, has recently published the book Before the memory disappear, a work that gathers his memories and experiences over more than seventy years of dedication to heritage and archeology, both in Badalona and Tiana. Padrós recovers, among many other […]

The article on the study of the polychrome of a piece of the museum from the old monastery of Sant Jeroni de la Murtra now online

The no. 17 of the Unicum magazine (publication of the Superior School of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Assets of Catalonia) contains an article devoted to a late Gothic corbel that is kept in the Badalona Museum (inv. MB 156), which was restored with reason of the exhibition that was presented in 2016 to commemorate […]

The Museum prepares a new cultural trip

In the Museum we are preparing a new cultural trip for the coming autumn, which will bring us to know the north of Portugal and Galicia. From October 24th to 30th, we will walk on both sides of the border with only one goal: to discover the history, heritage and beauty that is hidden in […]

The Carthusian of Montalegre in Breda

On the 11th and 12th of May, the photographs of the Montalegre Cartushian made by Oriol Casanovas and awarded with the Humanity Photo Awards 2015 prize were seen in Breda. These photographs, together with those made by Antonio Guillén, were part of the the exhibition The Carthusian of Montalegre. Six centuries of Carthusian silence, produced […]

Sculpture by Agustí Querol Subirats

The coincidences do not exist and lately we have experienced it at the Museum. A couple of years ago, Natàlia Esquinas, now a doctor in art history, an specialist in sculpture, did a restoration work at the Museum and cleaned a sculptural piece – an old woman’s head in terra cotta – from the Museum’s […]

Stereoscopic photographs from Can Mora

In 2012, the Club Joventut Badalona, ​​then the owner of the Can Mora farmhouse, donated to the Badalona Museum a set of photographic material that had been found in this country house of Canyet. The material is mostly made up of large-format stereoscopic photographs (9 x 12 cm), of great quality. It seems that some […]