On Monday, 11 December 2017, members of the Japan-Spain Business Circle (CEJE) attended a private visit held at the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) in Barcelona. Those present at this exclusive museum tour were able to view two important exhibits: the works selected for the ‘Figurativas 2017’ international competition, and the recently inaugurated exhibit of the works of Polish sculptor Grzegorz Gwiazda, considered a promising new artist on the contemporary European sculpture scene.
Present at the event were the Consul General of Japan in Barcelona, Mr. Naohito Watanabe, and the representatives of several companies affiliated with CEJE, such as Casio, Cuatrecasas, Honda, Iberia, Kenogard, Ricoh, Roland DG and VipBureau, among others.
A cocktail party was held after the visit to say good-bye to the year 2017 and welcome in a new year full of activity and good news for CEJE.
SHACHO KAI Japanese Enterprise Association is a not-for-profit organization that encompasses the non-Japanese leaders and presidents of Japanese enterprises with headquarters in Catalonia, the Valencian Community, and the Balearic Islands.