Actual Exhibitions2019-09-10T07:57:10+00:00

Spanish  Contemporary  Art  Worldwide

BARCELONA. “Chema Madoz – Recent work” 17 january -28 march 2020. Galería Joan Prats.

The black and white photographs by Chema Madoz are characterized by their sharpness and fineness. Simple objects of everyday life appear in his pictures. The photographer has manipulated them, often combining two objects, looking for associations or paradoxes. These sculptures created by the artist [...]

MOSCOW, “Salvador Dalí. Magic Arts” 28 january – 25 march 2020. Manege Central Exhibition Hall.

The Manege Central Exhibition Hall will host the exhibition Salvador Dalí. Magic Art, organized by the Link of Times Foundation and the Fabergé Museum in partnership with the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation (Figueres) and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid). The exhibition [...]

LONDON. Concha García, Victoria Civera, Carmen Calvo, Bleda y Rosa“In the Eye of Bambi”14 January – 19 April 2020. Whitechapel Gallery

A forest creeper invades the gallery with its sinuous tendrils. This hanging sculpture by Concha García (b. 1960, Spain) is made of bright red wool, alerting us to the danger that all is not right in the world. Nearby, an enlarged eye looks out at the [...]

SAN FRANCISCO. Daniel Canogar “Surge” 17 january – 29 february 2020. Minnesota street Project.

SAN FRANCISCO. Daniel Canogar “Surge”   17 january -  29 february 2020. Minnesota street Project. Luminous, connected, resonant. For this third major public art commission at the Moss Art Center, Daniel Canogar has created a site-specific sequence of dynamic, data-fed sculptural forms. Surge encompasses thousands [...]

MADRID. José Manuel Ballester “A day at the Zoo” 16 january – 10 march 2020. Galería Pilar Serra.

José Manuel Ballester (Madrid, 1960), painter and photographer, started his artistic career as a painter, paying particular attention to the techniques used by the Italian and Flemish schools. To begin with, his painting was realistic, but he soon started using a more personal, minimalist [...]

LONDON. Ana Barriga “Maní” 10 january – 8 february 2020. Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery.

A giant peanut with a blue face and red lips resides as deity over a vibrant world of cartoon-like creatures. This is Maní, the fictional civilisation created by Spanish artist Ana Barriga (Jerez 1984)in which society centres around the peanut. For her solo show [...]