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This year’s event, which has the support of AC/E’s PICE programme for the internationalisation of Spanish culture, features Andreu Balius Planelles, one of the most important typographers in Spain, who is performing two activities.
Organised by the Luz Austral foundation, this year the festival is featuring a retrospective of the work of Humberto Rivas (1937–2009) at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. AC/E is collaborating on this project through the PICE programme for the internationalisation of Spanish culture.
AC/E is taking part in this year’s Encuentro Iberoamericano de Dramaturgia along with playwrights, directors, actors and theatre researchers by supporting the participation of José Sanchís Sinisterra, one of the most prize-winning and best represented playwrights in contemporary Spanish theatre who has breathed new life into the Spanish scene.
Six groups of local and international creators who have taken part in the TWS Residency are participating in this exhibition, among them Luis Urculo that was selected from the Residency programme run by AC/E in 2013 for a stay at Tokyo Wonder Site.
ART Fahrenheit 451: Sailing into the sea of oblivion is the title of this year’s Yokohama Triennale among whose participan artist are included Spaniards Dora García and Karmelo Bermejo, who enjoy the support of AC/E’s PICE programme for the internationalisation of Spanish culture.
Pilar Albarracín’s art project La calle de los pasos perdidos (The street of lost steps) sets out to reflect on the theories of justice in the context of the current spiritual, social and economic crisis. The exhibition includes photography, video and installation, produced works and new works by the artist.
AC/E is collaborating in this eighth Biennial by supporting the participation of Spanish guest artists Cristina De Middel and Ira Lombardia with the project Not All Documents Are Records: Photographing Exhibitions as an Art Form, and Víctor Herrero in The Companion – A Weekend Performance Programme.
It is for the first time that the series of works of the so-called “black paintings”, “Soñé que revelabas” (“I dreamed that you appeared”), by Spanish painter Juan Uslé (Documenta IX and others) is presented in a German museum
This exhibition, curated by Spaniard Alicia Chillida, is intended to provide a broad-ranging view of the work of Víctor Grippo from his earliest artistic output of the 1960s to that of 2002, taking as a reference the idea of transformation.
The curator of this year’s event, German Kasper König, has made a very small selection of artists in comparison to previous years, including two Spanish artists: the deceased Juan Muñoz and Jordi Colomer. AC/E is collaborating in the project to exhibit the works of both.
This exhibition sets out to show the importance of the rediscovery of the Cretan painter in the development of nineteenth- and twentieth-century painting.
The exhibition is organized by S.M.A.K with the collaboration of AC/E's PICE programme for the internationalization of Spanish culture. It's the very first cross section of Wilfredo Prieto's artistic practice over the past fifteen years.
Two hundred and three years after the shipwreck of the frigate of Las Mercedes, the ‘treasure hunting’ firm Odyssey Marine Exploration located and plundered part of this frigate’s cargo, illegally. This exhibition aims to make these assets known and available to society as part of a heritage that belongs to it...
The 14th Venice Biennale is intended as a biennale about architecture, not about architects. The Spanish Pavilion will examine the concept of ‘Interior’ as the overall theme of the pavilion. As the curator Iñaki Ábalos explains, ‘there is no architecture without an interior...
Cristina Lucas comes to what was once the cold storage room of the old slaughterhouse building in Madrid’s Legazpi district with a site-specific project that analyses some of the main unknown factors, paradoxes and challenges of the current capitalist system.
The Exhibition Photobooks: Spain 1905-1977 presents a journey through the history of the photobook in Spain, setting off at the beginning of the 20th century and ending in the mid seventies, via a selection from the Museo Reina Sofía Collection, contextualised and accompanied by an assortment of complementary material.
With this exhibition MACBA, with the collaboration of AC/E, investigates the potential of photography as a tool for re-reading recent history through themes that invite us to reflect on our immediate surroundings.
In the project Itziar Barrio borrows from popular music as a starting point for exploring language, politics and sexuality. At Tranzit.ro, the project began with a preliminary investigation starting in February to adapt it to the Romanian context.
AC/E collaborates, through the mobility programme of the PICE, with The Bronx Museum of the Arts in this exhibition supporting the participation of the Spanish artist Jordi Colomer with two works: Avenida Ixtapaluca, 2009 (video 6:10 min.) y Co-Op City, 2010 (video 8:13 min).
The Annual Report is being launched with the aim of analysing the impact of the Internet and that of the cultural world’s transition to the digital world. Ready to download in English and Spanish, PDf and Epub versions.
An illustrated bibliographical dictionary with a significant amount of images, representative both of the variety of authors and of Spanish photography as a whole. A list of over 500 authors that spans the full spectrum of photography and that seeks to bear witness to its plurality.
The purpose of the exhibition Auditorio 1988–2013 is to commemorate this landmark date. It is expected to be visited by both veteran aficionados keen to recall some of the moments experienced over the past twenty-five years