Dani Pujalte takes us Trippin in Barcelona
Dani Pujalte takes us Trippin in BarcelonaDani Pujalte
Barcelona-based photographer Dani Pujalte body of work demonstrates the emotional journey experienced by many in his generation: changing expectations of a future plagued by uncertainty.
Dani graduated with a law degree in 2008, but rather than pursuing legal ambitions he decided on a career in photography. His photography revolves around landscape and exploration in ambiguous spaces as a tool to tackle cultural and social issues. Scroll down to check out his guide to the city of Barcelona.
In this Guide
“Of all the bars I really like Quimet. They have tapas and conservas. I used to live really close so this was the bar I went to all the time”More Info
“It's the best party in Barcelona. You'll need to drink but it's definitely the best party in town”More Info
“This place is really special. When we had the Olympics here they built a pool with a super high trampoline where you can see all of Barcelona. They built a shitty bar there too, it’s not fancy at all but that’s why I like it. It’s good for the views, having a beer with your friends and watching the sunset”More Info
“I really like this gallery. It's also in Montjuic so stop by when you're there”More Info
“I really like pizza and Italian food. It’s really good here. It’s a bit expensive, but not super expensive and they have really good wines. It's run by two twin brothers and I really recommend this one I love it. Everything’s super good, the spaghetti and squid ink pasta super good”More Info
“It's super crowded but they've opened an exhibition on Picasso with photography which is really nice. I've been lucky to have been documenting the installation and stuff so I got a sneak peek. There are loads of cool sculptures too.”More Info
“I've been going here since I was super young - this is a good club to go to in Barcelona”More Info
“We’re super lucky in Barcelona to have the sea here, it's super important for me. Whenever I have some free space, I used to go to where the beach is separated by stones because I hate sand. I have my own stone that I sit on, relax and have my legs in the water. I really like this stone. There’s not thousands of tourists so you can be chill alone and naked too”More Info