Past Expositions2018-03-08T17:40:13+00:00

PARIS. “The Music of Picasso” 15 december 2020 – january 3 2021. The Philharmonie’s Musée de la Musique.

The Philharmonie’s Musée de la Musique is sure of it; music is omnipresent in fine arts. In many exhibitions, the institution tends to show the influence of music in works by major painters or plastic artists. Until January 3, 2021, come and study Pablo Picasso’s work even though[...]

ROME. Manolo Valdés “Le forme del tempo” 17th October 2020 – 10th January 2021. Palazzo Cipolla.

Manolo Valdés, an internationally renowned artist, returns to Rome after 25 years (Galleria Il Gabbiano, 1995), with a solo exhibition titled Le forme del tempo (The Shapes of Time) held in the magnificent halls of the Museo di Palazzo Cipolla curated by Gabriele Simongini.[...]

BERLIN. Fermín Jiménez Landa “The Visits” 24 october – 5 december 2020. The Institute for Endotic Research (TIER)

Fermín Jiménez Landa proposes a group of small interventions with the idea of exploring the notion of home, seeking to scrutinize the public dimension of the domestic, as well as the possibilities of touching, of meeting, of winking from the isolated. It can be[...]

TOKYO. Javier Calleja “No Art Here” November 25 – December 20, 2020. NANZUKA.

Javier Calleja produces works that bring surprise and humor to viewers by incorporating subtle twists and interventions to various events within everyday life. Expressing a fondness for the works of René Magritte, Calleja attempts to reference and reinterpret the techniques of the surrealist master[...]

MIAMI. Javier Riera “A Growing Transparency “ 20 de noviembre 2020. Deering State.

Deering State will host a unique, outdoor installation that combines ‘land art’ with healing soundscapes at the Deering Estate by Spanish artist Javier Riera on November 20th, 7:30PM. This ephemeral collaboration, titled “A Growing Transparency,” merges the geometric imagery of Spanish artist Javier Riera, projected onto a lush backdrop of mangroves,[...]

CHICAGO. Jaume Plensa ”NOCTURNE” 14 november 2020 – 9 january 2021. Gray Warehouse.

In Nocturne, a word evocative of the night, Plensa navigates the symbolic dichotomy between lightness and darkness. The artist presents his newest body of work in a gradient of material density, beginning with the most substantial sculpture crafted from black basalt and bronze, and concluding[...]

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