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Para su edición 2014 la organización ha solicitado la ayuda de movilidad del PICE de Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) para invitar a la compañía valenciana El Teatre de l´Home Dibuixat para presentar su obra Piedra a piedra.
The Meeting with the collaboration of AC/E, is inviting Spanish women Carmen Cecilia Piñero (musicologist), Isabel Gil Vera (guitarist) and Elena León (visual artist) to work with the rest of its team and the Symphonic Orchestra of the Instituto Politécnico Nacional of Mexico
AC/E is collaborating with Tanzfabrik through the mobility programme of the PICE by supporting the artistic residency of the Spanish artist María Jerez at this centre. During her two-week residency, the artist will create her new piece entitled ‘ba-deedly-deedly-deedly-dum ba-boop-bedoop!’.
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 presents the new generation of Spanish visual creators. The result is a selection of works in printed and audio-visual format where each artist presents two works created specially for each of the venues. In every venue, different artists are displayed in order to promote as many as possible...
Adelaide Writer’s Week, which is part of Adelaide Festival 2014,is hailed as one of the most important international literary festivals. AC/E is supporting the participation of Bernardo Atxaga, whom the Festival has invited to take part in the “Writing in translation” programme.
Since 2004, megafone.net has been inviting groups of people on the fringes of society to express their experiences and opinions through face-to-face meetings and mobile phones,which participants can publishe immediately on the web...
A visual summary of the Antoni Abad's project Megafone. net 82004-2014). Communities + Smartphones = Collaborative Webcast
The exhibition, organized by Acción Cultural Española (AC/E), shows through two hundred or so design objects how design finds solutions to the problems posed over the years by the world of cuisine. And particularly how Spanish culture has come up with ingenious inventions and solutions throughout history.The exhibition takes a look at how Spanish culture has come up with ingenious inventions and solutions posed by the world of cuisine...Spain’s food culture crosses boundaries to compete at the highest level worldwide...
Hugh Forrest, who was in Spain to attend the 5th Iberoamerican Culture Congress, talked to us about SxSW Interactive, the main cutting-edge technologies and digital creativity festival in the world, que se celebra en Austin (Texas, USA.), entre el 7 y el 11 de marzo.
AC/E is collaborating with the Centre d'Art Contemporain de la Ville de Clichy through its mobility programme by supporting the involvement of the Spanish artists Carme Nogueira, Julia Montilla, Juan Pérez Agirregoikoa, Francesc Ruiz and Oriol Vilanova.
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.
As part of the Think Space Programme of the Zagreb Society of Architects, two Spanish architects, Ethel Baraona and César Reyes, have been invited to a devise a competition for designs. AC/E is collaborating in setting up the third part of the cycle that deals with the environment.
An exhibition featuring Informalismo (the Spanish version of Art Informel) through its most significant representatives works from the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía...
This Is Not a Museum becomes a nomadic exhibitions as a platform for direct participation. It showcases more than 50 projects from various cities around the globe.
AC/E is taking part in the events commemorating the 5th centenary of the discovery of the Pacific Ocean by Vasco Núñez de Balboa through this exhibition project.