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

Spanish  Contemporary  Art  Worldwide

LISBON “Parallel Looks. Iran-Spain: Photographers in the Mirror” 26 july – 24 september 2019. Archivo Municipal.

"The asphalt covered streets and sidewalks during the everyday hustle and bustle are the ideal backdrop to study and record a city and has been an ongoing subject for the camera since the earliest days of photography, whether in books or exhibitions, and worthy [...]

BARCELONA. “Miró-Gaudí-Gomis” Until 6 october 2019. Fundació Joan Miró.

Miró always expressed his admiration for Gaudí's work, valuing the architect's penchant for risk and improvisation. The two artists viewed nature as the root of all their creative endeavours. Gaudí used it as a source of inspiration for both his ornamental and structural elements. [...]

ZURICH. Lara Almarcegui “Deep Inside – Out” 28 august – 17 november 2019. ETH Zurich. Graphische Sammlung.

In her work, the international acclaimed Spanish artist Lara Almarcegui (*1972) investigates urban zones, she explores the relation between construction, decay and regeneration of our built world and engages with property situations of natural resources. Almarcegui describes her approach as follows: “I am searching [...]

PORTO. Mercé Soler “ICE. Paper, Intimacy and Skin” 29 june – 14 september 2019. Espacio Jhannia Castro.

Reading is one of the most exquisite pleasures there is, an act which produces different effects in each reader, caused by the story which the book’s author sends. Well, to contemplate a book is to say, “Reading the visual and looking at the textual”, establishes [...]

VENICE. Javier Pérez, Jaume Plensa, Bernardi Roig “GLASSTRESS 2019” Until 24 november 2019. Fondazione Berengo Art Space.

The sixth edition of GLASSTRESS brings together a new lineup of leading contemporary artists from Europe, the United States, Latin America, India, and China in an ambitious exhibition exploring the endless creative possibilities of glass. To celebrate 10 years of GLASSTRESS and 30 years [...]

PORTO. June Crespo “NO OSSO” 19 july – 7 september 2019. Uma Certa Falta de Coerência.

In an article about Franz Mesmer, the Austrian physiologist who claimed he could cure ailments through channelling “animal magnetism,” writer Christopher Turner says that “The Lyonnais Mesmerists purported that their patients could see their own insides when in somnambulistic trances, and thereby make uncannily accurate self-diagnoses .” [...]