The Fundació Antoni Tàpies was created in 1984 by artist Antoni Tàpies himself. His goal was to promote the study and dissemination of modern and contemporary art. The Foundation's doors were finally opened in June of 1990 in the building of the former Editorial Montaner i Simon publishing house. The building was restored and refurbished by the architects Roser Amadó and Lluís Domènech Girbau. The building itself is one of the first examples of Catalan Modernism in the Eixample district in Barcelona, featuring exposed iron and brickwork . The Foundation not only has one of the largest collections of Tàpies' works, but also offers many temporary exhibits, symposiums, lectures, and films.
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