About César
César Pesquera makes films, directs music videos and commercials, creates installations, designs live visuals and writes. His work combines the grammar of cinema with a taste for conceptualization and visual experimentation. He likes to think about images, spaces, technology, perception, identity and time. At the moment he is working in a short film and writing a feature film. Sometimes he makes music as Portabot.
http://www.cesarpesquera.com
Current city: Barcelona
César Pesquera makes films, directs music videos and commercials, creates installations, designs live visuals and writes. His work combines the grammar of cinema with a taste for conceptualization and visual experimentation. He likes to think about images, spaces, technology, perception, identity and time. At the moment he is working in a short film and writing a feature film. Sometimes he makes music as Portabot.
 
Every weekend there are concerts of known and emerging groups and the room is usually filled by the unconditional Hi Jauh. If you wish to attend, you must become a member and pay the fee.
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Impervious to the slightest tourism, El Loquillo is perhaps the last bar where fishermen gather to 'split' the profits
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A committed and activist non-profit cultural commitment, whose multidisciplinary program in original version shares the leading role with other cultural activities. A space to think and share.
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Asian flavours in platillo format reinterpreted with mediterranean touches. The food is ace and the prices are fair.
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Ultra-Local Records is a small record store located in the Poblenou district of Barcelona, specializing in independent labels and local bands. You can find all the available references of all the Catalan record labels as well as the self-editions on CD or LP of different groups.
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Every seven days a different food truck from the more than 300 that the association of tasty vans has in its database is in charge of the cuisine. In fact, at just 18m2, the Var has the exact measurements of a food truck, plus two entrances. Compensating for the tiny size indoors is the magnificent terrace under the bridge that separates Poblenou from the rest of the city. If you don't follow Van Van Var online, you never know what you'll find to eat if you stop by for a surprise visit, but you will always get a good draught beer.
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Laut is avant-garde culture from the heart of Barcelona. Very close to the Paral.lel street, old cradle of Barcelona's bohemia, you will find a space of two hundred and forty-five square meters designed for a reduced audience and equipped with a high-quality sound system.
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Simple and charming, Bacaro is an authentic Venetian tavern located near the rear of the Mercat de la Boqueria, where its owners buy daily the freshest products to create an excellent menu featuring always homemade pasta and fish dishes. Definitely a great alternative to enjoy non-commercial Italian cuisine.
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Elegant, original and cozy restaurant bar near the church of Sant Pau del Camp. You can have a vermouth or a cocktail, as well as taste some of the dishes of their menu, all very careful and varied. If you want to be accompanied by the dog itself, this will be welcome.
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