Santiago a Mil International Festival 2019

Santiago a Mil International Festival 2019

03 January - 20 January 2019
Festival Santiago a Mil (Santiago de Chile, Chile)
Through its PICE mobility grants, AC/E is supporting the participation in this festival of the company Antigua i Barbuda, directed by  Jordá Ferré, with the street performance "La Bailarina". The show marks the start of the 36th edition of Santiago a Mil Festival 2019 on 3 January in the Plaza de la Constitución (outside the government building in the centre of Santiago,
WIELS Artistic Residency Programme 2019

WIELS Artistic Residency Programme 2019

09 January - 30 June 2019
Wiels Contemporary Art Centre (Bruselas, Belgium)
Bruno Delgado Ramo (Sevilla, 1991) is the artist selected by the panel of experts to enjoy the Wiels Residency 2019 with the collaboration of AC/E. The WIELS Residency Programme is an international laboratory for emerging artists from all over the world. It forms a key part of the overall programme of WIELS and is one of its core activities. WIELS provides a unique working environment for artists, so that
2018 Entreviñetas Comic and Illustration Festival

2018 Entreviñetas Comic and Illustration Festival

05 January - 25 February 2019
Varias sedes (Cartagena de Indias, Colombia)
Within the framework of the “Foco Cultura España-Colombia” (Spanish / Colombian Culture Spotlight), AC/E has  programmed several activities at the festival with participation by Spanish artists  Toni Mascaró, Rubén Romero, Ana Penyas, Nicolas Castell, Álvaro Ortiz, José Jajaja, Ricardo Cavolo, Los Bravú and Enrique Bordes, just to name some.  Since 2010 this Festival has become the most significant narrative graphics event (comic, graphic novels, albums and drawings) in Colombia, and one
Papers of change. Revolution, literary publishing and democracy 1968‒1988

Papers of change. Revolution, literary publishing and democracy 1968‒1988

18 December 2018 - 10 March 2019
Biblioteca Nacional de España (Madrid, Spain)
#PapelesDelCambio | During the twenty-year period from 1968 to 1988 Spanish culture experienced a transition from the dream of revolution to an agreed break with – and against – the Franco regime. This transition was ushered in by huge minorities of keen and excited readers, many with new habits, alternative and anarchic music lovers, and people who experimented with drugs both old and
The Dream (1518-2018)

The Dream (1518-2018)

05 December 2018 - 24 February 2019
Real Alcázar de Sevilla (Sevilla, Spain)
"The Longest Journey" is an exhibition and documentary programme that reflects on the attitude of man before a long trip into the unknown. It connects the first circumnavigation of the Earth with the individual challenges of the present and the collective challenges of the future. The project begins in 2018 with the exhibition following the steps of Magallanes and the
The Poetics of Democracy. Images and Counter-Images from the Spanish Transition

The Poetics of Democracy. Images and Counter-Images from the Spanish Transition

05 December 2018 - 25 November 2019
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain)
The Poetics of Democracy: Images and Counter-Images from the Spanish Transition originates from research undertaken in 2008 by the Museo Reina Sofía’s Department of Collections, the objective being to vindicate the artistic experiences excluded from the institutional discourses of the history of Spanish art of the 1970s. This change of perspective has given rise to new narratives and to the incorporation
The power of art

The power of art

01 December 2018 - 02 March 2019
Congreso de los Diputados (Madrid, Spain)
#ElPoderdelArteExpo | As part of the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Spanish Constitution, the  Museo Reina Sofía, the Cortes Generales and Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) are organising this exhibition of holdings from the MNCARS’s collection in two venues, the Congress and Senate buildings.  relating to the main themes will be held in connection with the exhibition The part of the
Lope and Golden Age Theatre

Lope and Golden Age Theatre

27 November 2018 - 17 March 2019
Biblioteca Nacional de España (Madrid, Spain)
#ExpoLopeBNE | The main purpose of the exhibition is to highlight the keys to Golden Age theatre and the cultural heritage deriving from it throughout history; the current scene with respect to stage performances and research; and, in particular,  the role played by new technologies in staging, disseminating and studying it. Golden Age theatre is one of the most significant chapters of
O objeto da pintura / The Object of Painting. #ColeccionMarianoYera

O objeto da pintura / The Object of Painting. #ColeccionMarianoYera

23 November 2018 - 03 March 2019
Palácio das Artes - Fundação da Juventude (Oporto, Portugal)
This exhibition brings together a collection of works of art from the Mariano Yera Collection of the Fundaçio de Jueventude, Palacio das Artes de Oporto. It aims to showcase work by the Spanish masters from the second half of the 20th century outside our borders. AC/E is supporting the guest curator invited by the Guillermo Mora Foundation to join the team
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