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«Camí de lluc», sculptures in Inca, Selva, Caimari and Lluc


“Road to Lluc – Shelters of love and offering” is the work created by Joan Bennàssar in a year full of uncertainties and with the motivation to bring hope to those who come to Lluc after making such an effort to get here. This exhibition follows the traditional path, that begins in Inca, passes through Selva and Caimari, crosses Escorca and reaches Lluc, meandering through magical corners of the Serra de Tramuntana, as the path is the perfect metaphor of life. The work arises from the conviction that living means live together in harmony and that there is no progress without ethics. It is connected to the work Human Reasons because it reinforces effort, love and individual offering to the collective future.

Joan Bennàssar was born in Pollença in 1950. From an early age, he showed a particular talent and vocation for drawing. In 1969, he began to study Fine Arts in Barcelona and his works were exhibited for the first time ever that same year. In the 1970s, he won a number of competitions, including the Pollença Biennial. The 1980s were marked by his collaboration with the Maegth gallery, and he featured in numerous exhibitions held around the world. After living in Barcelona, London, Paris and Mexico, in the 1990s he moved back to his native Pollença and was named a member of the San Sebastián Royal Academy of Fine Arts.

The early years of the 21st century were characterised by a powerful desire to delve deep into his Mediterranean roots, addressing aspects such as society, sex and the culture of the Balearic Islands as the central axis of the Mediterranean.

Santuari de Lluc

Plaça Major de Caimari

Plaça Major de Selva

Monestir de Sant Bartomeu

Plaça Santa Maria la Major

Sa Quartera

Inca

Selva y Caimari

Lluc



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