Actual Expositions2019-08-07T08:18:42+00:00

Spanish  Contemporary  Art  Worldwide

BERLIN. “Dionisio González” Until 31 august 2019. Taubert Contemporary.

González shows in his works ‘surrealistic’ architecture in a natural landscape. His visionary constructions are close to Le Corbusier, projects of buildings made out of béton brut and futuristic visions of cities inspired by Japanese metabolism architecture especially Kenzo Tange and Kisho Kurokawa. But [...]

BRUSSELS. Esther Gatón and Guillermo Mora “Extended Spaces” 6 september – 17 october 2019. Irène Laub Gallery.

Extended Spaces is an acknowledgement of artworks developing a pragmatic architectural relationship, which in turn induces spiritual awareness through the subtle process of perception. Often, the artworks will transform space by means of expansion, contraction, addition or even subtraction. These artwork protocols create spatial [...]

BERLIN “Editing Spaces 2019” 1 july – 30 november 2019.The Institute for Endotic Research.

The Institute for Endotic Research (TIER) seeks to present a transdisciplinary approach that brings together art practice and writing. The programme "Editing Spaces" unfolds as a group exhibition developed through time: every two weeks, one more contribution is added to the space, creating a palimpsest. [...]

MADRID. Lucía Vallejo Garay “Eternidad ¿Imágenes para siempre?” Until 22 september 2019. Museo Lázaro Galdiano.

Lucía Vallejo was born in Bilbao in 1975. Sculptor and art historian. Her artwork is related to the decomposition movement in painting, it expands and liberates the linen's materiality recovering this fabric's expressive potential. Painting loses its two-dimensional condition to become a 3d object. She [...]

BERLIN. María Jauregui Ponte “Lumineszenzen “ Until 14 september 2019. Springer Galerie.

María Jauregui Ponte plays with light – and (almost) blindly! This creates images in which colors, lights and lines of light arise a mysterious world. However, her work is the result exactly planned photographic processes. While the Überstrahlungen series has emerged in the laboratory without [...]

BLACKSBURG (USA) Daniel Canogar “Surge”august 29, 2019 – september 1, 2021. The Moss Arts Center.

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 of flickering LED lights in moving, ever-changing, computer-generated abstract images that glide across four [...]