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

Spanish  Contemporary  Art  Worldwide

PARIS “Picasso, decidedly Mediterranean” 4 june – 6 october 2019. Musée National Picasso.

What links did Pablo Picasso maintain with the Mediterranean space? This exhibition gives an overview of the life and work of Pablo Picasso in the Mediterranean by showing the richness of links uniting Picasso with this geographical area. Thanks to innovative audio-visual equipment and [...]

KÖLN. Joan Pere Massana “The Book of flowers” 06 september- 31 november 2019. 100 Kubik Gallery.

For the third time we present a solo exhibition of the Catalan artist Joanpere Massana (Ponts 1968). This time he shows us paintings and sculptural objects in which he attaches great importance to the surfaces, the skin of the works. It is therefore essential [...]

SHANGHAI. Antoni Muntadas “Look See Perceive” 23 august – 20 october 2019. Vanguard Gallery.

This exhibition examines several perspectives of thinking and artistic proposals as significant examples of different projects and work issues developed by the artist through his career. It will be the artist’s first exhibition in the gallery. Muntadas was born in Barcelona in 1942 and has lived in New [...]

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 [...]