Barcelona Summer Guide by Julia Mariscal

Our third edition of In Casa takes us to summer in Barcelona, shedding light on places to experience, observe and savor the city—guided by artist and local Julia Mariscal.

Julia Mariscal (Barcelona, 1981) studied at Goldsmiths College of Art and Design and earned her Master's in Fine Arts from Chelsea College in London. Her work spans performance, installation, drawing, and sculpture, employing collage as a practice to assemble artistic elements —sounds, videos, images, or actions—into a cohesive whole.

Your guide's preview

In the guide, you'll find all of Julia's tips on the art, food, culture and nightlife scene for visiting Barcelona, but here's a sneak peek at some of them:

1. Suto
Japanese restaurant in Sants. A charming place known for the quality of its food and warm, family-like service, which has garnered a lot of attention and earned it a Michelin star. It’s a small space, so be sure to book in advance.

2. Fundación Miró Library
It's a must to visit the museum and its building, but I suggest taking some extra time to spend in the library, where you'll find interesting reads from Miró's personal collection. It's a calm space that I believe can offer another perspective on the artist.

3. Sala VOL
A small to medium-sized concert hall that serves as a meeting point with Barcelona's pop and rock underground scene, as well as for listening to international bands. Managed by the cooperative l’Afluent, it's a special place and a reference model, with an interesting selection of natural wines.

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