¿What is AC/E?
¿What is AC/E?

 
José Guerrero. The Presence of Black 1950-1966
Madrid, 29.01.2015 - 26.04.2015

 Scheduled in connection with the centenary of his birth, this is the first monographic exhibition that explores in depth what we might call the painter’s American years. The show features more than a hundred works, including paintings, prints and drawings from national and American collections that have never been exhibited in Spain.

 

 
Paloma Polo. Unrest
Naples, 11.12.2014 - 11.02.2015

This project by the artist Paloma Polo is the result of a collective effort which provides a basis for structuring and organising a fiction film that reflects on the possibilities of social change and the difficulties inherent in the exercise of imagining a better future. The artist brings together and proposes a collective and multidisciplinary effort in an attempt to think of and propose new models of social organisation.

 
Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities
NewYork, 22.11.2014 - 10.05.2015

The exhibition Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities has brought together six interdisciplinary teams of researchers and professionals who, for 14 months, have held workshops aimed at examining new architectural possibilities for six world metropolises: Hong Kong, Istanbul, Lagos, Mumbai, New York and Rio de JaneiroAC/E is collaborating by supporting the participation in the project of the Zoohaus group, which has carried out research on the city of Lagos through its project Inteligencias Colectivas (Collective intelligences).


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Hay Festival Cartagena 2015
Cartagena de Indias, 29.01.2015 - 01.02.2015

AC/E, which took part in the event in 2014, is continuing its collaboration on the 10th anniversary of the festival supporting the presence of Isidro Ferrer, Miguel Brieva, Almudena Grandes and Marta Sanz in various chats and roundtables, and the encounter organized by Talento Digital about digital publishing.

 
Flamenco Biennial Netherlands 2014
Amsterdam, 19.01.2015 - 03.02.2015

 Flamenco Biennial Netherlands has paved the way for flamenco in Northern Europe. With a multidisciplinary programme that cuts across different fields of culture, from the outset it has attempted to promote flamenco as a contemporary art form aimed at a heterogeneous audience. Its main purpose is to innovate and shatter preconceptions and expectations both in the artistic field and among audiences.


 
Living in the Material World
Innsbruck, 06.12.2014 - 15.02.2015

What material does an artist select, and for what reasons? The international group exhibition Living in the Material World examines the role of materials in contemporary art. The aspect of materiality has again come to represent a key concept for a young generation of artists today. AC/E collaborates in this project supporting the parcipation of the Spanish artist Lara Almarcegui, through its PICE mobility grants Programme.

 
The Wilson Exercises
Los Angeles, 13.12.2014 - 08.02.2015

The Wilson Exercises is an exhibition project devised for the REDCAT in Los Angeles and is focused on collaboration between two artists: American Anna Craycroft and Spaniard Marc Vives. It consists of a residency in situ(autumn 2014) and an exhibition at the REDCAT gallery (December 2014). 

 
The Partial Declatation of Human Wrongs
London, 20.11.2014 - 15.02.2015

The mobility grants awarded by AC/E are enabling the artists Libia Castro and Ólafur Ólafsson to take part in an exhibition project at London’s Waterside Contemporary, for which they are developing a fragment of their project The Partial Declaration of Human Wrongs. This project consists of a series of works based on texts published in newspapers by the British philosopher Nina Power and a large installation on the façade of St. George’s Hall in Liverpool. 


 
Orchestra of New Spain. 2015 Season
Dallas, 26.01.2015 - 22.03.2015

The Orchestra of New Spain is made up of more than 40 instrumentalists and singers specialised in performing early Spanish and Spanish-American music. AC/E is collaborating with the orchestra in its first quarter of 2015 season by supporting the participation of Spanish musicians Jaime Puente Expósito, Antonio Bartolo Hernández and Gustavo Adolfo Tambascio Levy.

 
Pacific. Spain and the Adventure of the South Sea
Quito, 18.12.2014 - 05.02.2015

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.

 
Handicops, by Squadra Sua and Aitor Basauri
Prague, 06.10.2014 - 18.03.2015

The play Handicops is the third part of The Heroic Trilogy created and performed by the Czech theatre company Squadra Sua. The Spanish clown Aitor Basauri is the director of this third play, entitled Handicops, for which he has benefited from the support of AC/E through the PICE. The trilogy began in 2012 with the street show Soldiers and was followed a year later by Firemen, a family comedy on people who fight fires. 

 
The Recovery of Spain’s Artistic Heritage. Ricardo de Orueta (1868–1939)
Málaga, 18.12.2014 - 08.03.2015

The aim of this exhibition is to rescue from oblivion the discreetly silenced figure of Ricardo de Orueta and vindicate him as an essential reference in the history of twentieth-century Spanish culture. Orueta, from his post as Director General for Fine Arts in the Second Republic from 1931 to 1933 and in 1936, defined the cultural aspects of the Constitution of 1931 and established a policy for protecting and publicly disseminating Spain’s heritage which ended in the passing of the law of 1933 on artistic heritage – Ley del Tesoro Artístico  (1933) – one of the most advanced of its kind in Europe.


 
Generation of ‘14. Science and Modernity
Alcalá de Henares, 29.10.2014 - 26.02.2015

In 2014 it will be 100 years since the historical context that saw the emergence of a generation of writers and artists whose aim was to Europeanise Spanish culture through an aesthetic renewal of literature and art... 

 
Cristina Lucas. Es Capital
Santiago de Compostela, 17.10.2014 - 22.02.2015

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. 

 
International Nets of the Spanish Culture 1914 – 1939
Madrid, 27.11.2014 - 08.03.2015

This exhibition is intended to show how those years were a crossroads for Spanish culture, which was rapidly undergoing internationalisation and in which the modernising project promoted since 1876 by the Institución Libre de Enseñanza played a decisive role. 

 
Romani Lives. Lungo Drom
Jerez, 19.12.2014 - 08.03.2015

Romani Lives. Lungo drom is an exhibition dealing with the least well-known gypsy reality of today, providing a modern perspective of this people and its way of life in a show that combines historical and contemporary photography, videos, interactive elements, documents, objects and cutting-edge technology.An exhibition dealing with the least well-known gypsy reality of today, providing a modern perspective of this people and its way of life.


Videos
Galería de audiovisuales de la exposición TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food
Virtual tour
Virtual Tour: The Face of Literature
eBook
eBook: Photobooks: Spain 1905-1977
eBook
The face of Literature. eBook