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

Spanish  Contemporary  Art  Worldwide

LONDON. Alan Sastre “Empty Sea and Cavern” 8 november 2019 – 3 january 2020. We Collect Gallery

‘Empty Sea and Cavern’ is the first solo show of Alan Sastre in London, he shows a selection of his two latest series of works. On one hand a series of monochrome canvases that offer the shade of one of the possible ways of [...]

LISBON. Daniel Canogar “Teratologies, 2001” 1st november – 8 december 2019. Museo Nacional de Arte Contemporánea do Chiado.

Daniel Canogar (Madrid, 1964) is one of the most important international artists in the field of multimedia arts and a pioneer in the use of new digital languages ​​that for over 25 years have embodied an extensive and continuous path. There is a richness of [...]

LONDON. Ana Pallares “Eternal Life. The thin line between life and death” 31st October- 24th November 2019. Hundred Years Gallery.

Ana Pallares painted her own burial at the age of nineteen. In this dramatic scene, she included her family: her mother, her father, her sister…all of them screaming in a terrifying choir of deep sorrow, the priest in the background rolling his eyes up to [...]

BERLIN. Anaïs Senli “The Heavy Air That Surrounds Us” 1 november 2019 – 12 january 2020. Galerie im Turm.

Microscopic beings moving with the ocean currents are generally referred to as plankton. They are scarcely recognisable by the human eye, but the cycle of life cannot be imagined without them. They are the essential foundation of the food chain of marine ecosystems, and [...]

SAO PAULO. Adriá Juliá “Not Even the Dead Will Survive” 26 october 2019 – 16 february 2020. Pinacoteca de São Paulo.

The show Adrià Julià: Not Even the Dead Will Survive, the first solo exhibition of the artist, born in Barcelona in 1974, to be held in Brazil. The show is curated by Fernanda Pitta, the museum’s curator, and artworks will be displayed on the [...]

UTRECH. Eva Davidova “Global mode: Narcissus and drowning animals” The sound of one computer thinking. 30 october – 22 december . IMPAKT. Center for Media Culture.

This exhibition’s title paraphrases the zen koan, ”What is the sound of one hand clapping? to invoke a paradox or question that is essentially unanswerable. The artworks presented share an underlying concern regarding the essence of sentience. Are love, death or humour uniquely human [...]