Past Expositions2018-03-08T17:40:13+00:00

PARIS. Pilar Albarracín “Don’t put out my fire, let me burn” 28 february – 25 june 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 [...]

SYDNEY. Josep Grau – Garriga “Hanged Men” 14 march – 8 june 2020. Biennale of Sydney. NIRIN.

Josep Grau-Garriga (Born 1929 in Barcelona, Spain- Died 2011 in Angers, France) Lived and worked in Catalonia until 1991 when he settled in the French region of Anjou Having begun his artistic career in painting and drawing, when Grau-Garriga was still very young he [...]

MEXICO. Carlos Casas “CEMETERY ARCHIVE WORKS” 13 – 21 march 2020. Galería Patricia Conde.

A possible future of an eternal cemetery.  Developed as a research for a future film about  a cemetery of elephants. The research is based on classic adventure films, Lost World literature adaptations and exotic adventure films from the 30´s, 40´s, 50´s, 60´s, the golden [...]

LONDON. Cristina Mejías, Christian Lagata, Fuentesal&Arenillas and Esther Gatón “Where Water Rumbles, Metallised” 19 march – 26 april 2020. Scan Projects + Intersticio gallery.

This exhibition initiates an exciting collaboration between SCAN + INTERSTICIO at a new facility on 469 Bethnal Green Rd. This new space offers larger and more flexible exhibition rooms close to transport – Bethnal Green tube - and conveniently situated between the Herald Street and Vyner [...]

ANTWERPEN. Angel Vergara, J’efface, et cela apparaît” march 07 – may 30, 2020. Axel Vervoordt Gallery.

Axel Vervoordt Gallery is pleased to present J'efface, et cela apparaît, the third exhibition of Angel Vergara in Belgium with the gallery. In the Patio Gallery at Kanaal, several oil paintings on canvas will challenge recognisability and abstraction: Vergara created colour evocations that make certain [...]

St. PETERSBURG (FL). Salvador Dalí “Midnight in Paris” Until 9 april 2020. The Dalí Museum.

When Salvador Dalí & Luis Buñuel’s film Un chien Andalou premiered in the City of Light, Paris was an avant-garde hothouse rife with artistic conflict and friendly rivalry. Midnight in Paris: Surrealism at the Crossroads, 1929 immerses visitors in this particularly rich and vital [...]