JOID’ART IN “LA GALARINA”, PÚBOL

In the midst of the stone houses of the small town of Púbol (Girona), a refuge and source of inspiration for Dalí, which was to become a temple of his love for Gala, we find La Galarina. Inside the space, the Joid’art creations are exhibited in a subtle, austere and simple way. The pieces of jewellery are integrated within the surroundings as if they were part of a museum dedicated to the essential.

The town of Púbol is home to just 40 houses, one church and Gala Dalí Castle. The town is small but its charm is huge, as is the beautiful landscape surrounding it. The Mediterranean on one side and L’Empordanet on the other, with open seas and fields which are green in springtime and golden in summer, concealing small towns and villages where life passes slowly, the architecture is on a human scale, and losing yourself means finding yourself.

Many Joid’art creations have been inspired by the calm nature of these landscapes that, to a certain extent, are part and parcel of our personality: organic shapes, landscapes sculpted by the sea and the wind, intense colours, and an essential simplicity that needs no adornment. You can find all this in La Galarina, integrated within a space that forms part of the aesthetic ecosystem of the place itself. But if it is too far away or you cannot visit right now, remember that the pieces are also available in our stores and on joidart.com.

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