Actual Expositions2020-01-28T11:14:55+00:00

Spanish  Contemporary  Art  Worldwide

AMSTERDAM. Martí Sawe “DontGiveADamns” 27june – 31 august 2020. Marian Cramer Projects.

DontGiveADamns is an eclectic selection of 18 international artists whose creative practice carries the “f**k it!” attitude at some level. Whether approaching the rendering of their visuals loosely, being purposely careless or sloppy about the technical aspect of their work, or resolutely trying to [...]

LONDON. Nora Aurrekoetxea “Hard as Horse Hair, Soft as Feathers” 25 june – 15 august 2020. Intersticio gallery.

The artist offers a complicit scenario, a witness to a run away, to a knowledge in motion, to care and to resistance – a shared space that seeks to bear witness to a radical sociability. To put ourselves in risk, to allow access, to [...]

BERGEN, Eva Navarro “The celebration of life” 13 june – 10 july 2020. GalleryThe Obsession of Art.

The celebration of life is central to every painting by Eva Navarro. The pleasure of all people that can be the joy of every person. Always placed in backgrounds that are as abstract as they are recognizable. In her recent work, Navarro has increasingly [...]

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

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 [...]

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

“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 [...]

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

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 [...]