OUR FIRST GALLERY IN BARCELONA
After a couple hours of conversation (with the guy that was now studying animation in University of California), I bought my first piece of animation art, a limited edition cel of Duffy Duck created by the great Chuck Jones: “Nasty Canasta”.
At that moment, I couldn’t imagine what was going to happen between Mr. Jones and I, a few years later.
Once I landed in Barcelona, I started studying carefully this special kind of art. For almost a year, I did all in my hand to become an expert, read all the books, and kept in touch with many animators and art departments of major studios around the world.
Finally, all the work paid off and a new gallery was born in 1998 being the first animation and comic art gallery in south Europe.
The company, called BAC ART (it was 2008 when the name was changed to Corner4art), was based in Barcelona and started selling animation art, comic art and original certified autographs and sports memorabilia (other of my passions).
More than twenty years later, the gallery still remains a family business as an art dealer where family members work proudly every day to continue being a reference for many collectors around the world.
We still do our work every day with collectors, galleries and auction houses around the world with the intention to do all the best to connect artists with art lovers and collectors.
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That’s our natural mission!
My name is Sergio Rincón and I’m here from the beginning.