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AC/E is collaborating with the Fair through the PICE mobility grants by supporting the participation in the tribute to writer Julio Cortázar, of artist Emilio Urberuaga, a renowned and multi-award-winning illustrator.
On the 19th takes place Incógnito with Choreography of the Spanish artist Lali Ayguade and danced by her with Nicolás Ricchini, with music by Mar-Khalifé (Ya Nas-Yeribi), production by Momentum Association and the collaboration of AC/E through its PICE programme for the internationalization of the Spanish Culture.
El proyecto artístico de Pilar Albarracín La calle de los pasos perdidos, propone una reflexión sobre las teorías de la justicia en el contexto de crisis espiritual, social y económica de nuestros días. La muestra incluyte fotografía, video e instalación..
El programa de becas DanceWEB 2014, organizado por Life Long Burning, se enmarca en ImPulsTanz - Festival Internacional de Danza de Viena, bajo la tutela del coreógrafo austríaco Chris Haring. AC/E colabora con este programa apoyando la participación de Marina Colomina Martínez.
Through the programme of Artistic Residencies promoted by Acción Cultural Española (AC/E), Gasworks has chosen the Spanish artist Karlos Gil out of more than a hundred applications to complete a residency from July 17 to October 1, 2014.
Supported by AC/E through its Program for Internationalization of Spanish Culture PICE, one of the leading groups of Contemporary Music - UMS 'n JIP - led by songwriter and multi instrumentalist Ulrike Mayer-Spohn, develops The Spain Projectc,
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
Fringe14, the third edition of Fringe Madrid, will take place at Matadero between 4 and 27 July and has the support of AC/E through its aid visitors' grants. AC/E has invited to participate several international performing arts programmers in order that they know the landscape of the current Spanish performing arts sector.
. Basque artist Asier Mendizábal is also taking part in the event with the support of the mobility grants awarded by AC/E under the PICE.
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...
La muestra ofrece una amplia visión del trabajo de Víctor Grippo desde el inicio de su producción artística en los años sesenta hasta el 2002 tomando como referencia la idea de la transformación. AC/E colabora a través de su programa PICE para la internacionalización de la cultura española.
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.
With the collaboration of Acción Cultural Española through the PICE mobility awards, the festival, now in its 40th year, is featuring in its programme the vihuela player José Miguel Moreno as part of the Mare Nostrum project devoted to Mediterranean culture.
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.
AC/E is collaborating on Descubrimientos through the PICE/visitors programme by enabling some of the most prestigious international photography experts to travel to Madrid to gain first-hand knowledge of up-and-coming photographers.
For this 8th Biennale, AC/E is accordingly supporting the participation of Xabier Arakistain (curator), Erick Beltrán (artist), Chus Martínez (curator) and Pedro G. Romero (artist) in the public and education programme.
The Darling Foundry and the FTA (Festival Transámeriques), with the collaboration of AC/E through its mobility programme, are presenting the Description of a Fight project on which Dora García from Spain and the Canadian performer Jacob Wren are collaborating.
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).
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.
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.
The book presents more than 200 designs of products for the Kitchen, for the Table and for Food • Projects by outstanding designers including: Arola, Azúa, Bankook, Benedito, Bernal, Bregaña, Carulla, Claret, Culdesac, díez+díez, Emiliana, Eslava, GR, Hayón, Huber, Lluscà, Luesma & Vega, Mañosa, Mariscal, Marquina, Moerel, Pensi, Quitllet, Serrano, Tusquets, Úbeda, Urquiola...
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
The exhibition offers a visual and acoustic perspective on the indigenous, Hispanic and African cultural roots of Latin American music through audiovisual materials and instruments from the three cultures and their combinations.