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

Spanish  Contemporary  Art  Worldwide

BUENOS AIRES. Remedios Varo “Constellations” 6 march – 15 june 202. MALBA. Museo de Arte Moderno.

Malba opens its 2020 exhibition calendar with an anthology exhibition of Remedios Varo (Anglès, Spain 1908 - Mexico City, Mexico 1963). She is a central figure in Latin American surrealism and fantastic art and an essential reference in Mexico's mid-20th-century art scene as a [...]

KÖLN. Carlos Albert “Space and Colour” 27 march – 30 june 2020. 100 Kubik Galerie.

With the exhibition "Space and Colour" we present a new facet of the artist Carlos Albert: his coloured sculptures. If his works so far have shown the natural surface of iron, corten steel or stainless steel, the artist has been experimenting with the expressiveness [...]

NEW YORK Elena del Rivero “Hash Brownies-After AliceB. Toklas” 13 february – 11 april 2020. Henrique Faria Gallery.

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote in the United States. Even though voting was not truly available to all women in the country, particularly not to women of color, this right was hard-won [...]

LISBON. Karlos Gil “Come To Dust” 13 March – May 2020, Galería Francisco Fino.

The multiple art practice by Karlos Gil (Toledo, 1984) thrives on paradox, memory and navigation between the past and the present to articulate or question the codes that construct meaning. His latest projects reflect on the cadences of language as a narrative element and [...]

MADRID. Álvaro Urbano “The Awakening” 28 february – 19 april 2020. La casa encendida.

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 [...]

PARIS. Pilar Albarracín “Don’t put out my fire, let me burn” 28 february – 11 april 2020. Galerie Vallois.

Pilar Albarracín’s new exhibition in Paris is based on a critical and political exploration of the Semana Santa («Holy Week») in Seville. For a week in April, the whole city lives to the rhythm of plural and thematic processions. About sixty fraternities commemorate the [...]