What we specialise in

Since 2008 the objective of Untitled Barcelona has been to create links between local and visiting artists through group exhibitions, residencies and events. (Click for more information) In 2017 it has specialised in group visits for universities.

Untitled Barcelona works with a team of local people who love their city and are enthusiastic about sharing it with visitors from other countries. The aim is to show you the places that inspire us, places that you would not know existed unless you were visiting with a native of the city.

Untitled Barcelona organises creative tours that include walks around the city using public art as reference points to discuss its history and popular culture. There are visits to artists’ studios and independent art galleries as well as major institutions such as Macba and the Miró foundation. We want you to feel that you have experienced the ‘real’ Barcelona not just a walk up the Ramblas.

We specialise in creative visits and prepare 5 day itineraries to cover any of your needs.


What people say about us

Untitled Barcelona were fantastic hosts – really great to have people on board who know the city, the art scene and the culture. Our students loved the trip, especially the bespoke activities that offered a way in to the key events, venues and communities that related to their studies and passions.

Andrew Prior

Arts & Media Plymouth University, Barcelona visit Novermber 2017

Jess and Xev are exemplary hosts for a creative immersion in Barcelona. Their passion for the city is palpable and infectious, and their knowledge of the locality is in another league from any tourist guide. The guided sculpture tour was a particular highlight for many students, as was the opportunity to get off the tourist trail, be that on a mountaintop or at a backstreet private view. Untitled Barcelona is an impressive, professional and inspiring organisation with a slick gallery in a great part of town. The fantastic opportunity for an international exhibition was amplified by the well-publicised and well-attended opening night.  Above all, this unique experience was made truly extraordinary by the charming wit and warmth of Jess and Xev. Thank you so much, we will be

Mark Fearbunce Lecturer

Bridgwater college, Barcelona visit & exhibition May 2014

We came in order to understand the city and its culture. We knew the sun would be out – it was. We knew the people would be passionate – they were. We got lost, quite a lot. Xavier and Jess showed us Barcelona they tried to explain how to detect patterns in the relationships between people and this remarkable city. The week finished with a group exhibition, an opening and even a birthday cake. Each day was different, memorable, tiring and rewarding. We will be back in 2 years to begin our own Barcelona Biennale.

Phil Power Course leader

Plymouth University, Barcelona visit October 2014

“We took undergraduate students from two programmes on the School Trip BCN deal. It was worth every euro. The students had an invaluable glimpse into the Barcelona art scene with very well judged tailored tours, we got a perspective on the city which can only be given by people who live and work there. The experience of putting up the exhibition and the subsequent private view has really increased the confidence of the students. As soon as we returned to England some of the students were organising their own independent exhibition, this would not have been conceivable without the Untitled BCN experience. Suddenly they had a Barcelona show on their CVs and anything seemed possible. This is the trip which they will be talking about for the rest of their lives, not least because of the great after show party! I am so grateful to Jess and Xavi for giving them this opportunity and can’t wait to return.”

James Frost Senior Lecturer

Canterbury Christ Church University, Barcelona visit & exhibition March 2012

“Jess and Xavi provided our group an excellent insiders guide to Barcelona and were wonderful hosts during our study trip. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activities organised and we look forward to coming back!”

Ashley Palmer Study Abroad & Projects Manager

University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins, Barcelona visit November 2012

‘I happened upon Untitled BCN on a chance walk through Gracia a little over 4 years ago. Since then, the gallery has supported my development as an artist unequivocally. Alongside carrying out a months residency i have exhibited there numerous times, co-curated a show and developed links with other artists that will last a lifetime. Jess and Xavi’s unrelenting support for emerging artists oozes out of every part of the gallery creating a wonderful community of like minded and vibrant individuals. I’m now dividing my life now between London and Barcelona as much as i can. Without a doubt the gallery has been central in my continued effort to make this happen.’

Laurie Nouchka

Resident artist & exhibitor.

“My Residency at Untitled BCN Gallery in Barcelona helped me learn a lot about my practice and how I would be able to make the transition from University to a more professional practice….. Whilst I was there I learnt how to overcome issues that can arise during a project, and also opened my eyes to the opportunities that are available outside of the UK. I feel this experience gave me the confidence to believe in my own abilities and made me realise how beneficial it is to make connections with people like Jess and Xavi while still studying.”

Esme Rogers-Evans

Resident artist


Some of the many things we do


On the day of arrival the group will be met at the airport and taken to their accommodation. The group will be given the week’s itinerary and meet their hosts.


On the second day the group is taken on a walk around the centre of Barcelona to talk about its history and popular culture using a number of pieces of public art.


On the third day the group is taken to the Miró Foundation in Motjuïc to see Joan Miro’s major works and temporary exhibitions.


On the fourth day the group walks up to El Parc de la Creueta del Coll to see sculptures by E.Chillida and E.Kelly this location is also perfect for a day out drawing.


On the last day the group visits local independent galleries as well as having the chance to meet and speak to local artists such as illustrator Elisa Munsó featured in the photograph.


Based on a 5 day visit.

Cost per person

Easter, Chrsitmas, July Aug & Sept


30+ Students

€355 15-30 Students
€385 10-14 Students

Based on a 5 day visit includes:

·Accommodation at a local hostal
·5 Day Itinerary
·Guided tours
·Entrance to Museums
·Untitled BCN recommends book
·T10 (10 ticket public transport pass)

Jan, Feb, March, Nov & Dec


30+ Students

€295 15-30 Students
€325 10-14 Students

Based on a 5 day visit includes:

·Accommodation at a local hostal
·5 Day Itinerary
·Guided tours
·Entrance to Museums
·Untitled BCN recommends book
·T10 (10 ticket public transport pass)

April, May June, October


30+ Students

€325 15-30 Students
€355 10-14 Students

Based on a 5 day visit includes:

·Accommodation at a local hostal
·5 Day Itinerary
·Guided tours
·Entrance to Museums
·Untitled BCN recommends book
·T10 (10 ticket public transport pass)

We can also take care of the booking of flights but prices vary on a day to day basis, this can be arranged once we know the full number of students and any special requirements.

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