WASHINGTON. Luisa Pastor “Paper routes” 8 october 2020 – 18 january 2021. National Museum of Women in the Arts.

2020-10-18T08:15:31+00:00

Luisa Pastor participates at “Paper Routes,” the sixth installment in “NMWA’s Women to Watch” exhibition series that showcases contemporary artists working in paper. The exhibition series is presented every two to three years and is a dynamic collaboration between the museum and participating outreach [...]

WASHINGTON. Luisa Pastor “Paper routes” 8 october 2020 – 18 january 2021. National Museum of Women in the Arts.2020-10-18T08:15:31+00:00

THE HAGUE. Nora Aurrekoetxea “Palpable Surfaces” 9 al 25 october 2020. Trixie gallery.

2020-10-15T07:52:10+00:00

The exhibition “Palpable Surfaces” will take place, organized by the contemporary art space Tilde in Amsterdam and Trixie, a gallery in The Hague managed directly by the artists. The exhibition will feature works by the Spanish artist Nora Aurrekoetxea, as well as other international [...]

THE HAGUE. Nora Aurrekoetxea “Palpable Surfaces” 9 al 25 october 2020. Trixie gallery.2020-10-15T07:52:10+00:00

BREMEN. Mateo Maté “Landscape Europe 2020” 19 november – 28 february 2021. Weserburg Museum.

2020-10-07T16:06:23+00:00

Mateo Maté (* 1964, lives in Madrid) is considered one of the most famous Spanish artists of his generation. In his installations and video works everyday objects and routines are linked to socially relevant issues, mixing up the private and the public, the political [...]

BREMEN. Mateo Maté “Landscape Europe 2020” 19 november – 28 february 2021. Weserburg Museum.2020-10-07T16:06:23+00:00

AZORES. Andrea Santolaya “Isolado” 1 october – 21 november 2020. Fonseca Macedo Arte Contemporanea.

2020-10-06T17:33:09+00:00

Andrea Santolaya (Madrid, 1982) has developed a personal and honest photographic language to portray the life of small communities where timelessness as a social bond stands out. Whether with the Mikhailovsky Ballet of Saint Petersburg, in Russia; the Warao ethnic group of the Orinoco [...]

AZORES. Andrea Santolaya “Isolado” 1 october – 21 november 2020. Fonseca Macedo Arte Contemporanea.2020-10-06T17:33:09+00:00

GENEVA “Bajal al Sur: Al-Andalus” 12 november 2020- 9 january 2021. VESANIART Art Gallery.

2020-10-05T09:30:33+00:00

The aim of the exhibition, curated by Nuria Delgado, director of VESANIART, is to bring Spanish contemporary art to the Swiss public and to reflect through art on the richness of cultural mix throughout history, highlighting the rich Arab cultural heritage in Spain after [...]

GENEVA “Bajal al Sur: Al-Andalus” 12 november 2020- 9 january 2021. VESANIART Art Gallery.2020-10-05T09:30:33+00:00

VILA DO CONDE. “Isaki Lacuesta” 3 october – 21 november 2020. The Solar – Cinematic Art Gallery.

2020-10-03T18:14:58+00:00

The exhibition route establishes differentiated relationships between the works, from different periods, starting with the first short films that here find another dimension of more direct and intimate coexistence with the audience, going through a project of multichannel projection, therefore, specific to the gallery [...]

VILA DO CONDE. “Isaki Lacuesta” 3 october – 21 november 2020. The Solar – Cinematic Art Gallery.2020-10-03T18:14:58+00:00

WASHINGTON. PhotEspaña 2020 “#Phedesdemibalcón” 22 september – 22 december 2020. Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain.

2020-09-30T11:23:44+00:00

The XXIII edition of PHotoEspaña which started this year with a call for photos of the Spanish lockdown and with open-air exhibitions in 50 Spanish cities is now moving to Washington, D.C. The exceptional situation around the world caused by the current health crisis [...]

WASHINGTON. PhotEspaña 2020 “#Phedesdemibalcón” 22 september – 22 december 2020. Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain.2020-09-30T11:23:44+00:00

BARCELONA “Tàpies at 30” ocober 3, 2020 – january 6, 2021.Fundació Antoni Tàpies.

2020-09-27T08:53:54+00:00

In celebration of the Fundació’s 30th anniversary, this exhibition focuses on the period when Antoni Tàpies was in his thirties: the decade between 1953 and 1963. It was during those years that Tàpies’ art reached maturity with the creation of the so-called matter paintings. [...]

BARCELONA “Tàpies at 30” ocober 3, 2020 – january 6, 2021.Fundació Antoni Tàpies.2020-09-27T08:53:54+00:00

LAUSANNE. Jorge Conde. “Remember that place? 16 september – 14 november 2020. Fabienne Levy Gallery.

2020-09-25T07:54:21+00:00

Fabienne Levy is pleased to announce the opening of the first solo show in Switzerland of photographer and visual artist Jorge Conde, born in Barcelona, Spain in 1968, where he lives and works. The artist’s interest in archaeology is rooted in the summer of [...]

LAUSANNE. Jorge Conde. “Remember that place? 16 september – 14 november 2020. Fabienne Levy Gallery.2020-09-25T07:54:21+00:00

ROTTERDAM. “The total scab-free solidarity and performative silence that struck floor-shows and soundstages from Desert to NJ coast for over half a year” 5 September – 1 November 2020 Tale of a Tub.

2020-09-22T06:51:03+00:00

A group exhibition with Lara Almarcegui, Mercedes Azpilicueta, Daniel Jacoby, David Maroto, Falke Pisano, and Victor Santamarina. Curated by Tiago de Abreu Pinto. The exhibition The total scab-free solidarity and performative silence that struck floor-shows and soundstages from Desert to NJ coast for over half [...]

ROTTERDAM. “The total scab-free solidarity and performative silence that struck floor-shows and soundstages from Desert to NJ coast for over half a year” 5 September – 1 November 2020 Tale of a Tub.2020-09-22T06:51:03+00:00

NEW YORK. Jaume Plensa “FIELD OF DREAMS” August 20, 2020–August 31, 2021. Parrish Art Museum.

2020-09-21T08:44:16+00:00

On August 20, 2020, the Parrish opened Field of Dreams, our inaugural sculpture exhibition created to extend the galleries outdoors and activate the Museum’s meadows with work that engages and responds to the Parrish’s architecture and landscape. The exhibition series is part of the Museum’s [...]

NEW YORK. Jaume Plensa “FIELD OF DREAMS” August 20, 2020–August 31, 2021. Parrish Art Museum.2020-09-21T08:44:16+00:00

MÜNSTER. Daniel Steegmann Mangrané “Dog Eye” 13 september – 22 november 2020. Kunsthalle Münster.

2020-09-14T07:56:49+00:00

Dog Eye – taking the place of an introduction to the show of Daniel Steegmann Mangrané is the eye of a dog that has undergone a metamorphosis: it has transformed into a geometric form of in-distinct origin. The animal’s intensive gaze escapes us. Through the [...]

MÜNSTER. Daniel Steegmann Mangrané “Dog Eye” 13 september – 22 november 2020. Kunsthalle Münster.2020-09-14T07:56:49+00:00

LISBON. Karlos Gil “Come to Dust” 12 september – 31 october 2020. Francisco Fino Gallery.

2020-09-13T07:49:59+00:00

In this project, the idea of fog operates on a fictional plane, a territory calling for exploration and understanding, whose codes and mysteries are an alternative to scientific vocabulary; mist as an epistemological antidote to previously produced and acknowledged narratives – a gateway into [...]

LISBON. Karlos Gil “Come to Dust” 12 september – 31 october 2020. Francisco Fino Gallery.2020-09-13T07:49:59+00:00

PORTO. José Luis Carrillo “Children of the Deer – The last Celtiberian people” 18 september – 31 october 2020. Mira Forum.

2020-09-08T07:45:57+00:00

The Alto Tajo Valley, located in Spain, is one of the most unpopulated territories in Europe. There we find a region where nature and climate dominate in a wild way, imposing an ancestral vision of reality. This region is called “Spanish Siberia,” a territory [...]

PORTO. José Luis Carrillo “Children of the Deer – The last Celtiberian people” 18 september – 31 october 2020. Mira Forum.2020-09-08T07:45:57+00:00

BRAGA. Rosa Rodríguez “The White line”11 september – 31 october 2020. Mosterio de Tibäes.

2020-09-07T06:54:20+00:00

The places that man has been unable to conquer and shape to his taste are, paradoxically, those where we can find freedom and rediscover our identity. In this regard, the Arctic is one of the most inaccessible places where we can return to the [...]

BRAGA. Rosa Rodríguez “The White line”11 september – 31 october 2020. Mosterio de Tibäes.2020-09-07T06:54:20+00:00

BERLIN. “11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art” 5 september – 1 november 2020. Various venues.

2020-09-04T07:56:03+00:00

The 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art takes place at various venues in Berlin and has appointed collaborating curators María Berríos, Renata Cervetto, Lisette Lagnado, and Agustín Pérez Rubio. The members of this intergenerational, female identified team of South-American curators come together in a four-voice [...]

BERLIN. “11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art” 5 september – 1 november 2020. Various venues.2020-09-04T07:56:03+00:00

LONDON. ‘Being pulled all over the place’ 5th of September to 17th of October, 2020. SCAN proyects.

2020-08-30T17:28:56+00:00

SCAN is pleased to present 'Being pulled all over the place', a group show curated by Cristina Ramos and with works by Katharina Siegel, Carlos Monleón, Marc Vives, Ingela Ihrman and Elena Aitzkoa 'Every story begins in water. So it does this exhibition, articulated while [...]

LONDON. ‘Being pulled all over the place’ 5th of September to 17th of October, 2020. SCAN proyects.2020-08-30T17:28:56+00:00

AIX EN PROVENCE. Joaquín Sorolla“Spanish lights”10 july to 1st november 2020. Hôtel de Caumont Art Centre.

2020-08-27T17:22:00+00:00

Joaquín Sorolla (1863- 1923), is one of the greatest Spanish painters of the twentieth century. He produced one of the most outstanding and vibrant representations of a luminous, Mediterranean, optimistic, and modern Spain. The international exhibitions devoted to Sorolla’s work, held during the last [...]

AIX EN PROVENCE. Joaquín Sorolla“Spanish lights”10 july to 1st november 2020. Hôtel de Caumont Art Centre.2020-08-27T17:22:00+00:00

KÖLN. Juana González and Silvia Lermo “Historias salvajes”4 september 2020 – 22 january 2021. Galerie 100 Kubik.

2020-08-15T07:52:57+00:00

Galerie 100 Kubik opens its new exhibition with the promising title Wild Tales, which brings together works by the two successful Spanish artists Juana González (*1972, Ciudad Real) and Silvia Lermo (*1986, Cádiz). The paintings contrast with each other and are accompanied by written [...]

KÖLN. Juana González and Silvia Lermo “Historias salvajes”4 september 2020 – 22 january 2021. Galerie 100 Kubik.2020-08-15T07:52:57+00:00

CHICAGO “Poured Architecture: Sergio Prego on Miguel Fisac” until 20 december2020. Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.

2020-08-19T07:11:30+00:00

Poured Architecture: Sergio Prego on Miguel Fisac establishes a dialogue between the work of the late architect Miguel Fisac (1913–2006) and the work of the artist Sergio Prego (b. 1969) and it is curated by Carlos Copertone, Patxi Eguíluz, and Iker Gil. Sergio Prego (b.1969) is a Basque sculptor and part [...]

CHICAGO “Poured Architecture: Sergio Prego on Miguel Fisac” until 20 december2020. Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.2020-08-19T07:11:30+00:00

SAO PAULO. “Muntadas” 4 august – 26 september 2020. Galeria Luisa Strina

2020-08-07T06:42:18+00:00

La novena exposición de Muntadas en la Galería Luisa Strina muestra simultáneamente dos conjuntos de piezas que el artista catalán nunca antes había mostrado en Brasil: Palabras… (Palabras…, 2017) y Cercas (Fences, 2008). Palabras ... (Words ...) es un proyecto directamente vinculado a las [...]

SAO PAULO. “Muntadas” 4 august – 26 september 2020. Galeria Luisa Strina2020-08-07T06:42:18+00:00

HAGEN. Juan Muñoz. “Almost alive. Hyperrealism Sculpture”. 23 august 2020 – 31 january 2021.Osthaus Museum.

2020-08-05T16:02:29+00:00

The Osthaus Museum crosses over to the third dimension with the exhibition ‘Hyperrealism Sculpture’. This exhibition will show a unique selection of three-dimensional works by all important hyperrealist sculptors of the past 50 years. From the early American pioneers, including George Segal, Duane Hanson [...]

HAGEN. Juan Muñoz. “Almost alive. Hyperrealism Sculpture”. 23 august 2020 – 31 january 2021.Osthaus Museum.2020-08-05T16:02:29+00:00

GUANGZHOU. Okuda San Miguel “Kaos Trip” 10 july – 11 october 2020. K 11 Art Mall.

2020-07-24T06:48:33+00:00

It has taken nine months and an infinite amount of effort within a Chinese-Spanish multidisciplinary team working in the midst of a global pandemic crisis. But finally, ‘Kaos trip’ made its debut last July 10 in K11 Art Mall in Guangzhou, China. This show  [...]

GUANGZHOU. Okuda San Miguel “Kaos Trip” 10 july – 11 october 2020. K 11 Art Mall.2020-07-24T06:48:33+00:00

DALLAS. Juan Gris “Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes” 8 november 2020 – 14 february 2021. Dallas Museum of Art.

2020-07-23T06:52:28+00:00

Co-organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and the Baltimore Museum of Art, this is the first U.S. exhibition in over 35 years dedicated to the Spanish artist Juan Gris. Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris highlights the artist’s pioneering and revolutionary contributions [...]

DALLAS. Juan Gris “Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes” 8 november 2020 – 14 february 2021. Dallas Museum of Art.2020-07-23T06:52:28+00:00

ST. ALBANS. Rosana Antolí “Chaos Dancing Cosmos” 16 january – 1 march 2021. St Albans Museum + Gallery.

2020-07-06T07:05:31+00:00

Using around 2 km of rubber and copper piping, the installation pervades the space like a pulsating three-dimensional drawing. Small motors bestow movement upon the static rubber tubing creating a human characteristic to an inanimate object. Rosana AntolÍ works across drawing, sculpture, video and performance [...]

ST. ALBANS. Rosana Antolí “Chaos Dancing Cosmos” 16 january – 1 march 2021. St Albans Museum + Gallery.2020-07-06T07:05:31+00:00

SEOUL. Eva Armisén “Life” 27 june – 20 september 2020. Sejong Museum of Art.

2020-07-01T09:54:22+00:00

“Life” is a solo exhibition by contemporary Spanish artist Eva Armisén whose paintings, drawings, and etchings have the capacity to transform each day into a unique occasion. Eva Armisén brings something that goes almost beyond definition: an affirmation of life that vetoes any form [...]

SEOUL. Eva Armisén “Life” 27 june – 20 september 2020. Sejong Museum of Art.2020-07-01T09:54:22+00:00

MADRID. Concha Jerez “Our Memory is Being Stolen” 29 july 2020 – 11 january 2021. Museo Reina Sofía.

2020-06-30T07:02:28+00:00

Concha Jerez (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1941) studied Music and Political Science before fully undertaking her artistic practice under the label of conceptual art in the early 1970s, a period in which she would produce drawings and collages, often basing her work on [...]

MADRID. Concha Jerez “Our Memory is Being Stolen” 29 july 2020 – 11 january 2021. Museo Reina Sofía.2020-06-30T07:02:28+00:00

MADRID. Álvaro Urbano “The Awakening” 1 july 2020 – 10 january 2021. La casa encendida.

2020-06-24T08:24:08+00:00

Like a strange dream that seems to go on forever, The Awakening reanimates a building whose life appears to have expired long ago. Through an immersive installation comprised of fragments that make up the body of a building, a forgotten edifice is reactivated to provoke speculative [...]

MADRID. Álvaro Urbano “The Awakening” 1 july 2020 – 10 january 2021. La casa encendida.2020-06-24T08:24:08+00:00

AIX-EN-PROVENCE. Rubén Martín De Lucas “Inhabiting the earth” 18 june – 27 september 2020. Gallifet Centr d´Art.

2020-06-22T06:42:15+00:00

Trained as a civil engineer and with an outstanding career as an urban artist, Rubén Martín de Lucas (Madrid, 1977) has directed his latest works towards a research focus that, under the heading Landscape and associated behavior, refects on the emergence of problems derived [...]

AIX-EN-PROVENCE. Rubén Martín De Lucas “Inhabiting the earth” 18 june – 27 september 2020. Gallifet Centr d´Art.2020-06-22T06:42:15+00:00

TOKYO“Picasso The Writer”16 june – 30 september 2020. Instituto Cervantes.

2020-06-16T06:44:29+00:00

The exhibition highlights how the great exponent of modern art was able to use pencil and ink in a highly original way, painting words and transforming them into pictograms that tell us about his world and memories. It features examples of facsimiles, photographs and [...]

TOKYO“Picasso The Writer”16 june – 30 september 2020. Instituto Cervantes.2020-06-16T06:44:29+00:00

MEXICO. “Brossa Poetry” 6 june – 4 october 2020. MUAC. Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo.

2020-06-10T08:02:11+00:00

Brossa Poetry is a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions. Joan Brossa (Barcelona, 1919-1998) was first and foremost a poet, but [...]

MEXICO. “Brossa Poetry” 6 june – 4 october 2020. MUAC. Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo.2020-06-10T08:02:11+00:00

CLEVELAND. “Picasso and Paper” From 22 september 2020. The Cleveland Museum of Art.

2020-05-28T06:59:10+00:00

Picasso didn’t just draw on paper – he tore it, burnt it, and made it three-dimensional. From studies for ‘Guernica’ to a 4.8-metre-wide collage, this exhibition brings together more than 300 works on paper spanning the artist’s 80-year career. For Picasso, paper was both [...]

CLEVELAND. “Picasso and Paper” From 22 september 2020. The Cleveland Museum of Art.2020-05-28T06:59:10+00:00

NEW YORK. “Ilustrad/as. A look at female creation in contemporary illustration” 10 september – 14 november 2020. Instituto Cervantes.

2020-05-27T08:53:31+00:00

Illustration is one of the most imaginative branches of creation, currently undergoing a remarkable cycle, the work of illustrators, and especially female illustrators, is being highly recognized at both the professional and artistic levels. In the publishing field, where the concept of the illustrated [...]

NEW YORK. “Ilustrad/as. A look at female creation in contemporary illustration” 10 september – 14 november 2020. Instituto Cervantes.2020-05-27T08:53:31+00:00

PARIS. “PICASSO AND THE COMICS” Until 31 january 2021. Musée National Picasso.

2020-07-30T06:12:22+00:00

«Picasso y los cómics» es la primera exposición dedicada a los vínculos entre el trabajo de Pablo Picasso y el mundo del cómic. A través de una selección de dibujos, grabados y láminas originales, la exposición primero recuerda la pasión de Picasso por el [...]

PARIS. “PICASSO AND THE COMICS” Until 31 january 2021. Musée National Picasso.2020-07-30T06:12:22+00:00

NEW YORK. Manuel Ferreiro Badia “Compostela Fractal Study of a Shell” february 3, 2020 to february 2, 2021. Finn Square, Manhattan.

2020-02-26T06:20:55+00:00

The sculpture Compostela Fractal Study of a Shell is based on origami studies and is composed of broken steel planes that cause the sculpture to change or live with sunlight. It reflects in an abstract way the fractal system of matter, looking for a simplicity that [...]

NEW YORK. Manuel Ferreiro Badia “Compostela Fractal Study of a Shell” february 3, 2020 to february 2, 2021. Finn Square, Manhattan.2020-02-26T06:20:55+00:00

MEXICO “On the Importance of Thriving” 7 february – 24 may 2020. Centro Cultural de España.

2020-01-30T06:24:43+00:00

The Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico (CCEMx) in collaboration with Acción Cultural Española, AC/E and AECID presents the exhibition "La cuestión es ir tirando"(On the Importance of Thriving). A curatorship of Angel Calvo Ulloa that brings together the work of 27 essential artists within [...]

MEXICO “On the Importance of Thriving” 7 february – 24 may 2020. Centro Cultural de España.2020-01-30T06:24:43+00:00

BARCELONA. Ignasi Aballí “Without Image” 29 november 2019 – 12 april 2020. Blueproject Foundation.

2019-11-28T08:14:26+00:00

"Words are all we have".Samuel Beckett Without image is basically composed of two elements, distinctive but at the same time completely related. On the one hand, an architectural intervention that alters the perception of the exhibition space and movement through it, while remaining completely integrated [...]

BARCELONA. Ignasi Aballí “Without Image” 29 november 2019 – 12 april 2020. Blueproject Foundation.2019-11-28T08:14:26+00:00

MEXICO. Laia Abril “On Abortion” 23 october – 23 february 2020. FotoMexico. Centro de la imagen.

2020-01-14T06:52:52+00:00

The exhibition On Abortion is the first chapter of a long-term project titled A History of Misogyny from the photographer, a visual investigation of misogyny through historical and contemporary comparisons. In this chapter that she presents  documents and conceptualizes the dangers and damages caused by women’s lack of [...]

MEXICO. Laia Abril “On Abortion” 23 october – 23 february 2020. FotoMexico. Centro de la imagen.2020-01-14T06:52:52+00:00

LONDON. David Rodríguez Caballero “Recent Work” 15 february – 12 april 2019. County Hall Gallery.

2019-02-15T09:15:35+00:00

David Rodríguez Caballero, one of the main representatives of Contemporary Spanish Sculpture, opens his first solo show in London. Composed of fifteen works in aluminum, brass and copper, in large and small formats, and a selection of original drawings on paper never showed until [...]

LONDON. David Rodríguez Caballero “Recent Work” 15 february – 12 april 2019. County Hall Gallery.2019-02-15T09:15:35+00:00

“Wordless Dialogues: Africa” The End. Patricia Esteve (ESPAÑA – KENIA)

2018-11-15T11:20:28+00:00

The Spanish photographer living in Kenya Patricia Esteve has closed "Wordless dialogues: Africa" Since last june we have had an on-line conversation through the images of the 19 participating African photographers. The complete result can be seen in https://quepintamosenelmundo.com/blog/en/wordless-dialogues-africa/ Throughout the process the only communication we have had has [...]

“Wordless Dialogues: Africa” The End. Patricia Esteve (ESPAÑA – KENIA)2018-11-15T11:20:28+00:00

WASHINGTON. Consuelo Chambó “Entre Cuatro Hierros “ 2 november – 17 december 2018. Hillyer Art Space.

2018-10-26T07:41:42+00:00

The Ibero-American Cultural Attachés Association (AACIA) presents Women Who Make a Better Ibero America: Power Behind the Everyday, an exhibition aiming to show how Iberoamerican women contribute to their cultural, economic, scientific, educational, social, and inclusive development. The exhibition features artwork by contemporary photographers from [...]

WASHINGTON. Consuelo Chambó “Entre Cuatro Hierros “ 2 november – 17 december 2018. Hillyer Art Space.2018-10-26T07:41:42+00:00

PRAGUE. Picasso. “Suite Vollard” 15 september 2018 – 15 january 2019. Muzeum Kampa

2018-09-12T09:08:03+00:00

Pablo Picasso jammed plenty of creativity into his 91-year life, including paintings, sculptures, prints, ceramics, stage design, plays, poetry and more. During the 1930s, he also etched and engraved a set of 100 pieces, in a series that was named after the art dealer [...]

PRAGUE. Picasso. “Suite Vollard” 15 september 2018 – 15 january 2019. Muzeum Kampa2018-09-12T09:08:03+00:00

NEW YORK. Casilda Sánchez “The Foghorn´s Song” 6 – 26 september 2018. The Cluster Gallery

2018-08-29T08:25:50+00:00

The iconic underworld figure in Greek mythology, Charon, appears in the Renaissance painting by Joachim Patinir, portraying the ferryman in a small boat, amidst the river surrounded by two islands. Charon’s role is to ferry the dead across the Styx River, which separates Hell [...]

NEW YORK. Casilda Sánchez “The Foghorn´s Song” 6 – 26 september 2018. The Cluster Gallery2018-08-29T08:25:50+00:00

PALERMO. Jordi Colomer, ENORME Studio, Cooking Sections , Cristina Lucas and Andrés Jaque “Manifesta 12” 16 june – 4 november 2018. Differents venues

2018-05-30T07:27:50+00:00

Manifesta 12, taking place in Palermo in 2018, is the latest installment of the world’s only nomadic biennial of contemporary art and culture. Throughout its 11 editions, Manifesta has always been politically and socially engaged, beyond producing an experimental and emerging art experience. With [...]

PALERMO. Jordi Colomer, ENORME Studio, Cooking Sections , Cristina Lucas and Andrés Jaque “Manifesta 12” 16 june – 4 november 2018. Differents venues2018-05-30T07:27:50+00:00

VENICE. Juan Navarro Baldeweg “Rings of a Zodiac” 25 may – 7 october 2018. Ca’ Pesaro – International Gallery of Modern Art

2018-05-07T08:18:39+00:00

Ca’ Pesaro hosts one of the most authoritative and eclectic Spanish practitioners of contemporary art and architecture: Juan Navarro Baldeweg (Santander. España 1939). Architect, painter, sculptor, engraver, lecturer and essayist, Baldeweg has designed some of the most emblematic Spanish buildings of recent decades, among [...]

VENICE. Juan Navarro Baldeweg “Rings of a Zodiac” 25 may – 7 october 2018. Ca’ Pesaro – International Gallery of Modern Art2018-05-07T08:18:39+00:00

AMSTERDAM. Lara Almarcegui “Terrestrial Records”. Until 25 may 2018. Manifesta Foundation

2018-03-10T09:56:11+00:00

Manifesta is proud to present Terrestrial Records by Ellen de Bruijne PROJECTS. Terrestrial Records is part of an ongoing series of in-house exhibitions hosted by Manifesta in its Amsterdam headquarters. Every 6 months, a different contemporary art gallery from Amsterdam is invited to curate [...]

AMSTERDAM. Lara Almarcegui “Terrestrial Records”. Until 25 may 2018. Manifesta Foundation2018-03-10T09:56:11+00:00

ST. PETERSBURG “Dali / Duchamp”. 10 february – 27 may 2018. The Dalí Museum

2018-03-08T15:13:30+00:00

This unique exhibition examines the relationship between Salvador Dali and the father of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp. It is the first show dedicated to their friendship and the mutual influence on their work, exploring the common ground, both personal and aesthetic. Dali and Duchamp maintained [...]

ST. PETERSBURG “Dali / Duchamp”. 10 february – 27 may 2018. The Dalí Museum2018-03-08T15:13:30+00:00

PARIS. “GUERNICA”. 27 march – 29 july, 2018. Musée National Picasso

2018-03-06T17:20:52+00:00

Following the 80th anniversary of the creation of the work, the Musée national Picasso-Paris, in partnership with the National Museum Reina Sofía Art Center, presents an exhibition about Guernica, masterpiece of Pablo Picasso. The anti-Franco, anti-fascist and pacifist symbol, was preserved in 1981 to [...]

PARIS. “GUERNICA”. 27 march – 29 july, 2018. Musée National Picasso2018-03-06T17:20:52+00:00

BARCELONA. Francesc Torres. “The Ermetic Bell. Space for a Non Transferable Anthropology”. 10 march – 11 september, 2018. MACBA

2018-03-05T18:57:50+00:00

In relation to contemporary artistic practices, the work of Francesc Torres (Barcelona, 1948) lays halfway between the proposals of those artists who, in the mid-sixties, were in favour of institutional critique and those who, during the eighties, refused to be part of the art market by [...]

BARCELONA. Francesc Torres. “The Ermetic Bell. Space for a Non Transferable Anthropology”. 10 march – 11 september, 2018. MACBA2018-03-05T18:57:50+00:00

ROTTERDAM. Juan Muñoz. “Hyperrealism Sculpture”. march 10 – july 1, 2018. Kunsthal Rotterdam

2018-03-05T09:49:03+00:00

The Kunsthal Rotterdam crosses over to the third dimension with the exhibition ‘Hyperrealism Sculpture’. This exhibition will show a unique selection of three-dimensional works by all important hyperrealist sculptors of the past 50 years. From the early American pioneers, including George Segal, Duane Hanson [...]

ROTTERDAM. Juan Muñoz. “Hyperrealism Sculpture”. march 10 – july 1, 2018. Kunsthal Rotterdam2018-03-05T09:49:03+00:00

MADRID. Nano4814. “Turno de noche”. 17 february – 1 april, 2018. Delimbo Gallery

2018-03-24T17:29:02+00:00

Attempting to go through any work by Nano 4814 (Vigo, 1978) involves delving into a hole-like shape––a space appearing laconically before us and dragging us toward the joys of synesthesia, where we know full well that one or another of our senses may undergo [...]

MADRID. Nano4814. “Turno de noche”. 17 february – 1 april, 2018. Delimbo Gallery2018-03-24T17:29:02+00:00

UTRECHT. “Contemporarte 2018”. 9 – 31 march, 2018. Instituto Cervantes

2018-03-04T15:46:10+00:00

Contemporarte comes to Utrech to give you the possibility to admire the most recent photography created in Andalusia: contemporary images with different aesthetics to allow you to value the visual wealth in young creators’ works. Contemporarte is an artistic creation competition organised by the [...]

UTRECHT. “Contemporarte 2018”. 9 – 31 march, 2018. Instituto Cervantes2018-03-04T15:46:10+00:00

STUTTGART. Aurora Valero. “Space for Art”. 25 january – 31 july 2018. Institute of Space Systems (IRS)

2018-03-02T18:21:42+00:00

For years the Institute of Space Systems (IRS) at the University of Stuttgart has been enticing space experts and space enthusiasts with the traditional lecture series “A passion for space” to the Vaihingen Campus. Now art experts and art lovers are also now coming [...]

STUTTGART. Aurora Valero. “Space for Art”. 25 january – 31 july 2018. Institute of Space Systems (IRS)2018-03-02T18:21:42+00:00

Teresa Solar Abboud. Blind Faith. Between the Visceral and the Cognitive in Contemporary Art

2018-02-28T17:42:01+00:00

MUNICH. Haus der Kunst. 2 march – 19 august, 2018. Geopolitical tensions as well as unsettling ecological, social, and economic developments are challenging the current world order. Faced with such growing uncertainty, trust in the pillars of our society is continually waning. Although it [...]

Teresa Solar Abboud. Blind Faith. Between the Visceral and the Cognitive in Contemporary Art2018-02-28T17:42:01+00:00
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