¿What is AC/E?
¿What is AC/E?

A false horizon. Alberto García-Alix
París, 21.10.2014 - 25.01.2015

This exhibition of photos by Alberto García-Alix, on show at the Maison Européene de la Photographie (MEP) in Paris from 21 October 2014 to 25 January 2015, brings together a selection of the León-born photographer’s best work of the past five years.

Carlos Garaicoa. Unfinished Order
Madrid, 22.11.2014 - 08.03.2015

Carlos Garaicoa (La Habana, 1967) is a key figure among Latin-American artists from the 90’s. He is also a reference both inside and outside of Cuba when it comes to understanding artistic discourses through the globalization of Cuban art that started that same decade. Since then, his work has continued to revolve around social, economic and political change resulting from the history of the 20th century. This change is codified in an urban territory that becomes a field of study: architecture and urbanism are the two main focus of attention.

Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities
Nueva York, 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).

XII BEAU. Spanish Architecture and Town Planning Biennial  / Live Architecture
, 27.11.2014 - 21.12.2014

The exhibition Live Architecture whose project was design by the young architects' studio Taller de Casquería,  was presented at BEAUXII and its aim is to make known the award-winning architecture in use, by showing the different stages of activity and how spaces are understood through their users. 

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. 

Festival Don Quijote 2014
París, 22.11.2014 - 20.12.2014

El Festival Don Quijote fue creado en 1992, avalado como proyecto cultural europeo por la UNESCO y el Consejo de Europa. Es el único festival en Europa dedicado exclusivamente a la lengua y a la dramaturgia hispánica. Con el apoyo de AC/E actua en esta edición del festival la compositora y cantante Carmen Paris. Esta artista fusiona en su música la jota aragonesa, el jazz, la música andalusí, el flamenco y otras corrientes musicales.

Next events
The face of literature. Writers and photographers from Romanticism to the Generation of ’14
Madrid, 24.09.2014 - 11.01.2015

‘El rostro de las letras’ (The face of literature) makes an exhaustive survey of Spanish photographic portraits throughout a century and how they are reflected in the field of literature. Through more than 200 photographs, objects and documents, the exhibition’s argument sets out to reflect the evolution in Spanish photographic portraiture from the daguerreotype era to the end of the Civil War and the beginning of the Franco dictatorship.

The Partial Declatation of Human Wrongs
Londres, 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. 

Performing Arts
Festival Internacional de Dramaturgia Europa + América 2014
Buenos Aires, 15.11.2014 - 30.11.2014

This festival brings together theatre professionals, encouraging exchange between the work of foreign authors and the direction of Argentinean artists. The project lies at the boundaries between several production systems: that of independent theatre of Buenos Aires, that of international cultural institutions and that of each of the countries that are taking part in this first edition. AC/E is supporting the staging of the play Humo written by Josep María Miró and directed by Anna Katz through the PICE grants.

The Recovery of Spain’s Artistic Heritage. Ricardo de Orueta (1868–1939)
Valladolid, 16.09.2014 - 30.11.2014

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.

Antoni Abad - MEGAFONE.NET/2004-2014
Madrid, 31.10.2014 - 11.01.2015

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...

Performing Arts
Negra es la noche que llega
Sao Paulo, 17.11.2014 - 06.12.2014

An in-depth examination of the human soul that strips it of all its coverings and deceit. A search for the unconscious and animal chaos of human life. AC/E is collaborating in this production by supporting the mobility of the Spanish company Sfota! Teatro! through the PICE grants.

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. 

Spain NOW! 2014
Londres, 09.10.2014 - 25.11.2014

The 6th Annual Season for Contemporary Spanish Art and Culture in London takes place 9th October – 25th November. AC/E collaborates in this edition supporting the launch of two works of contemporary fiction in brand new English translations by authors Nicolás Casariego y Pedro Zarraluki in Hispabooks.

Beyond the Supersquare
Nueva York, 01.05.2014 - 11.01.2015

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).

Galería de audiovisuales de la exposición TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food
Virtual tour
Visita virtual: Viaje al cine español
Photo album
Fotogalería obras: El rostro de las letras
E-book: Escritura Experimental en España. 1963-1983