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Do you paint or draw? A survey of art through comics

Do you paint or draw? A survey of art through comics

03 December 2021 - 06 February 2022
Centro Comercial Boulevard (calle Zaramaga 1) (Vitoria, España)
#ArteYcómic | This portable exhibition surveys the art of picture stories or comics with examples by various Spanish illustrators (Ana Galvañ, Antonio Altarriba/Keko, Fermín Solís, Laura Pérez Vernetti, María Hesse, Mauro Entrialgo, Max, Pablo Auladell and Santiago García/Javier Olivares) who, using a personal and diverse language, address classical and contemporary art in their work through artists such as Bosch, Velázquez, Buñuel, Frida Kahlo, Duchamp and Picasso, among others. It also reflects the illustrators’ thoughts on various aspects of the art world: exhibitions, museums, fairs, biennials, artists, curators, critics, institutions, audience… Cartoon strips first arose in the late nineteenth century as a mass medium linked to the daily press and have undergone major changes since then. For a long time they belonged to the culture industries geared to children and teenagers, and enjoyed a small market share in the field of humour or satire for adults. Following the emergence of American underground comics and the popularity a few European illustrators and publishers enjoyed in the 1960s, the generation of so-called independent, alternative or avant-garde comic art made a powerful appearance in Spain in the 1980s, securing a foothold through fanzines, self-publishing and small independent publishers. In the twenty-first century came graphic novels and with them a new generation of illustrators, among whom women at long last enjoyed a growing presence, and initiatives such as the inclusion of comic books in major art museums.   But comic books cannot be limited to minority and specialist spaces and deserve to be present in all fields, in keeping with their popular origins. This is the aim of the exhibition, which opens in the spring of 2019 as part of the contemporary art and culture project Cáceres Abierto, and will subsequently travel to various Spanish festivals and cities.
Mariano Fortuny and Madrazo. Granada to Venice

Mariano Fortuny and Madrazo. Granada to Venice

03 December 2021 - 27 March 2022
Sala de exposiciones. CajaGRANADA Fundación (Granada, Spain)
The exhibition is held within the multidisciplinary program of activities with which the 150th Anniversary of the artist's birth is celebrated in 2021. Through a careful selection of pieces, he tries to highlight the connection of this universal man with this city in where he lived and which was a permanent inspiration in his work.Mariano Fortuny y Marsal, a painter born in Reus in 1838, was an artist of recognized international prestige when he decided to travel to Granada, looking for a retreat where he could find new inspirations for his works. He stayed in Granada between 1870 and 1872. During that stay, he settled with his family, first in the so-called Pensión de los Siete Suelos, next to the Alhambra, and later in a house with a garden, in the popular Realejo district of Granada, for Unfortunately, currently missing.Heir to one of the most important artistic families of the second half of the XIX century, Mariano Fortuny Madrazo guided his training in the classical tradition to overcome it in a path of search and fascination for technical renewal and beauty. His creations are total works of art, regardless of whether they are formalized in fabrics, costumes, lamps, photographs, engravings, paintings or scenographies. The artist, heir to the tradition of the Arts and Crafts movement, created and innovated outside the historical avant-gardes.This exhibition shows a selection of works by his teachers, his family, the artist himself and his wife Henriette Nigrin and the artistic and cultural context in which he spent his life: paintings, models, dresses, fabrics, artifacts, photographs, furniture, designs textiles, documents, bindings, engravings, drawings, lamps, personal objects, shoes and pieces from its collections (oriental clothing and fabrics), accompanied by audiovisuals.This exhibition is held in collaboration with the Fortuny Museum in Venice, the Musei Civici Foundation in Venice, the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice, the Costume Museum, Spanish Cultural Action, and loans requested, among others, from the Prado Museum, the National Art Museum of Catalonia. , National Library of Spain, National Museum of Decorative Arts, Galliera Museum in Paris, Louvre Museum, Metropolitan Museum of New York and other public and private collections.
German translation residency in Madrid 2022

German translation residency in Madrid 2022

03 December 2021 - 30 January 2022
Open call
This open call for three residencies in the months of April, May and June 2022 is aimed at three Spanish writers and their German translators of at least one of their works in the process of being published by a German publisher. The joint residence will take place in Madrid with a minimum duration of one week and a maximum of three for each of them (the residences of both do not have to have the same length).The residency is organized by Acción Cultural Española and the Goethe-Institut Madrid with the aim of facilitating the creation of collaboration networks, promoting the dissemination of the works of Spanish creators or those residing in our country, enhancing the quality of their translations and strengthening the links between cultural institutions in Germany and Spain.Call deadline: January 30, 2022⇒ See conditions
German translation residency in Madrid 2022

German translation residency in Madrid 2022

03 December 2021 - 30 January 2022
Goethe Institut Madrid (Madrid, Spain)
This open call for three residencies in the months of April, May and June 2022 is aimed at three Spanish writers and their German translators of at least one of their works in the process of being published by a German publisher. The joint residence will take place in Madrid with a minimum duration of one week and a maximum of three for each of them (the residences of both do not have to have the same length).The residency is organized by Acción Cultural Española and the Goethe-Institut Madrid with the aim of facilitating the creation of collaboration networks, promoting the dissemination of the works of Spanish creators or those residing in our country, enhancing the quality of their translations and strengthening the links between cultural institutions in Germany and Spain.Call deadline: January 30, 2022⇒ See conditions
The New Spain fleet and the search for the galleon Nuestra Señora del Juncal

The New Spain fleet and the search for the galleon Nuestra Señora del Juncal

29 November 2021 - 17 April 2022
Archivo General de Indias (Sevilla, Spain)
On November 1, 1631, the Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora del Juncal ended up sinking in the Gulf of Mexico after fighting for 16 days for its own survival. Of the three hundred crew members of her, only 39 managed to return to the coast alive, although luck had a lot to do with the future of those who were on that ship.Almost four hundred years later, Spain and Mexico launched a joint archaeological campaign in 2020 to continue locating the remains of the ship, one of the two flagships of the New Spain Fleet. Its results, together with works and documents of the time, can be seen in this great exhibition at the General Archive of the Indies, the first of its kind, organized by both countries.It is an international cooperation project, within the framework of a memorandum of understanding signed between Spain and Mexico in 2014, which aims at international cooperation for the safeguarding, protection, recovery, conservation and dissemination of underwater cultural heritage.The exhibition will later travel to various venues in Mexico. 
Biba Chamoru: The Marianas and the Chamorra culture

Biba Chamoru: The Marianas and the Chamorra culture

18 November 2021 - 06 March 2022
Museo Nacional de Antropología (Madrid, Spain)
This exhibition is a unique opportunity that presents in Spain the history and cultural richness of a remote and little-known enclave but with which, nevertheless, there are very close links, as can be traced by the footprint left by Spanish culture in its identity.The exhibition proposes a journey through the main historical periods of the island, to then delve into the main identity traits of the Chamoru culture and thus show some significant expressions of the artistic production of local creators today.The exhibition, which has the support of Acción Cultural Española, is part of a cycle of four exhibitions entitled 'Let's go around the world' organized by the National Museum of Anthropology within the framework of the Commemoration of the First Around the World. Its objective is to offer a vision of the transformations that world cultures have undergone in recent centuries and the challenges they face.Curatorship: Sandra Montó, Carlos Madrid, Lourdes Pardos, Patricia Alonso, María Jesús Jiménez, Leo Pangelinan y Fernando Sáez.Organised by: Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte de España, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Acción Cultural Española AC/EWith the collaboration of: Micronesian Area Research Center, University of Guam, Department of Chamorro Affairs, Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Graphic animation residencies Irudika 2021

Graphic animation residencies Irudika 2021

15 November - 10 December 2021
Open call
The Irudika Residences host an illustrator from international territory, and an animator from national territory, in the creation spaces Fundación BilbaoArte Fundazioa and the Maison des Auteurs within the Cité de la Bande Dessinée et de L'image d ' Angoulême to develop his own artistic project and generate the image of the Irudika International Festival in its 2022 edition. Results will be exhibited in the Exhibition Hall of Fundación Vital Fundazioa in the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz, concluding the artistic residency.Acción Cultural Española (AC / E) collaborates again in this edition with the aim of supporting the creation of collaboration networks, promoting the mobility of national creators, promoting creative production and strengthening the links between Spanish and foreign cultural institutions.Dates: Open call from MONDAY, November 15 to FRIDAY, December 10 at 11:59 p.m.See Conditions>The person who is selected will enjoy the residency in several stages and places:03/05/2022 ZAS KULTUR SPACEMeeting and presentation of the two residents at Espacio ZAS Kultur (Vitoria-Gasteiz). Visit the Fundación Vital Fundazioa room. Night in Vitoria-Gasteiz and trip to France.07 / 03–08 / 04/2022 MAISON DES AUTEURSOne month artistic residency at La Maison des Auteurs d’Angoulême, France.04/11–06 / 05/2022 BILBAOARTE FOUNDATION FUNDAZIOAOne month artistic residency at Fundación BilbaoArte Fundazioa (Bilbao) + printing of materials and preparation of the exhibition.VITAL FUNDAZIOA FOUNDATION04 / 05–05 / 05/2022 Exhibition set-up at Fundación Vital Fundazioa (Vitoria - Gasteiz).06 / 05–29 / 05/2022 Inauguration of the exhibition + presentation of the Irudika 2022 poster in the Exhibition Hall of Fundación Vital Fundazioa (Vitoria-Gasteiz). Works 23 days exposed.
Moscoso Cosmos. The visual universe of Víctor Moscoso

Moscoso Cosmos. The visual universe of Víctor Moscoso

13 November 2021 - 20 February 2022
MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (León, Spain)
This exhibition covers the artistic career of Víctor Moscoso (Oleiros, A Coruña, 1936) through a careful selection of his work. Moscoso was a key figure in the counterculture movement of the 1960s in the United States. Along with other names such as Wes Wilson, Rick Griffin, Stanley Mouse or Alton Kelley, Moscoso marked, through its two main facets, the design of psychedelic rock posters and advertising, and through the production of underground comics, a turn in the visual language of the twentieth century. Moscoso has also designed logos, t-shirts, billboards and animations for radio stations, for which he received two Clio Awards. Additionally, he received an Inkpot award in 1979. He also received an AIGA medal in 2018. Some of his works are part of the permanent collections of the Louvre in Paris, MOMA in New York, the Library of Congress of the United States in Washington D.C. or the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Following the footprints of the 'Camino'. Xacobeo 2021-2022

Following the footprints of the 'Camino'. Xacobeo 2021-2022

11 November 2021 - 06 February 2022
Biblioteca Nacional de España (Madrid, Spain)
On the occasion of the Compostela holy year of 2021, which by decision of the Pope will also extend to 2022, the National Library of Spain, the Xunta de Galicia and Acción Cultural Española organize this exhibition in Madrid that can be seen between November 11, 2021 and on February 6, 2022 at the National Library. Subsequently, during the months of March to May 2022, the exhibition travels to the Museo Centro Gaiás in Santiago de Compostela.Based on manuscripts, bibliographic, audiovisual, cartographic, and literary collections from the National Library of Spain, the exhibition addresses the multiple achievements and expressions that the Camino has produced for more than nine centuries, when the status of jubilee year was granted to all those in which July 25 coincides on a Sunday.Visitors will be able to know the historical, cultural, patrimonial, natural and human wealth of this pilgrimage route, only comparable to those of Rome and Jerusalem. The identification footprint = path that gives it its title is the one that organizes the selective presentation of cartography works based on the vestiges that the secular passage of the pilgrims has left, as well as the oral testimonies of the Archive of the Word, without forgetting the natural environment and the relationship that pilgrims have been establishing with it.
The filmmakers, Europe portrayed

The filmmakers, Europe portrayed

11 November - 09 December 2021
Casa Colón de Huelva (Huelva, Spain)
​The exhibition brings together 50 portraits of European filmmakers made by photographer Óscar Fernández Orengo. Of these half, a selection of 25, correspond to Spanish filmmakers in black and white and in panoramic format, portrayed in spaces and places that they themselves have chosen. Among these are Bigas Luna, Josefina Molina, Víctor Erice, Rodrigo Sorogoyen or Belén Funes. The other 25 portraits correspond to filmmakers from other European countries, photographed in black and white, in color and in different formats with special predominance of the square. Among them Béla Tarr, Agnès Varda, Theo Angelopoulos, Roy Andersson, Pedro Costa or Mia Hansen-Løve. Some of Fernández Orengo’s superb photographic work has already been shown in several travelling exhibitions both in Spain and abroad, such as "A través de mis ojos", "Cineastas contados","Cineastas contados... de ambos lados", "Cineastas en su lugar” or "Seguimos rodando", this last organized by AC/E  that brought together portraits of Spanish and Colombian filmmakers from a selection of about thirty portraits, with the aim of bringing the Colombian public Polyhedral face of both its cinema and the Spanish. The photographer, who usually works with a Hasselblad X-Pan and who believes in black-and-white photography because "it gives versatility in all light conditions, as opposed to colour, which is more plastic", also takes as his inspiration other artists who have worked mainly in black and white, such as Eugène Atget, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Robert Frank, David Goldblatt or Cartier-Bresson.
Gonzalo Chillida

Gonzalo Chillida

09 November 2021 - 05 March 2022
Instituto Cervantes de París (París, France)
The exhibition, curated by Alicia Chillida and Miguel Zugaza, delves into the creative universe of Gonzalo Chillida  (San Sebastián, 1926 - 2008), an exceptional artist, whose fascination for the "North" and for a constantly changing nature, endowed an extraordinary spirituality his particular pictorial and visual style.The exhibition brings together more than thirty works including paintings, photographs and lithographs, from important museums and collections in San Sebastián, Barcelona, Madrid and Bilbao, together with a documentary video directed by Alicia Chillida and Benito Macías.The exhibition is scheduled for an international presentation at the Instituto Cervantes in Paris, Rome, and Tokyo, to end at the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum.Gonzalo Chillida feels a very early vocation for painting. At the age of twenty-one he entered the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid. There he admires the Spanish paintings in the Museo Nacional del Prado (Zurbarán, Goya ...) and paints the sobriety of the Castilian landscape. In 1951, he settled in Paris for two years, living at the Colegio de España and participating in the artistic effervescence of the city. In 1953 he definitively returned to his place of origin, San Sebastián. The atmosphere of the Cantabrian Sea, its light quality and the tectonic force of its land will inspire Chillida's mature work: Arenas, Marinas, Bosques, Montes y Cielos will be his great thematic series.He held his first exhibition in Madrid in 1964, at the Juana Mordó Gallery, where he came into contact with artists such as Saura, Sempere, Millares, Zóbel, Manrique ... A fundamental support for Chillida, who will always vindicate the importance of this moment in his career.The fascination for "the North" will precipitate in Chillida's painting a place of spiritual purification through infinite variations of the specular, in which the sea draws a structure in the sand and the sky projects its light and image on it. wet mirror. It is Japanese poetry, through the brevity of haiku, that accurately embodies this process of capturing the transience of time, as the artist himself describes: "The sea retreats, the sky."He accompanies the exhibition the catalogue with texts by the writer José Manuel Bonet, art and literature critic, exhibition curator and one of the most important experts in contemporary painting in Spain; Javier San Martín, historian, art critic and professor of 20th century Art Theory and History at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of the Basque Country; Aurora García, art historian, critic and independent curator; and an unpublished epilogue by John Berger, British writer, art critic and painter.
50 Photographs with a Story

50 Photographs with a Story

05 November 2021 - 16 January 2022
Logroño (Logroño, España)
#50FotosConHistoriaExpo |  is an exhibition that surveys the history of photography in Spain over the past eight years. It shows the history behind fifty or so pictures to provide viewers with a better grasp of the essence of the work and the photographer, as well as their importance in the evolution of this discipline. They represent fifty different gazes full of nuances: documentary photographs, portraits, photojournalism, street photography and artistic photographs come together in ‘50 Photographs with a Story’.  The writer Eduardo Galeano stated that human beings are not made up of atoms but of stories. And if storytelling is the basis of our memory and all our desires, it is also, by extension, the basis of photographic language. Photography is therefore not a universal language: photographers each use a tool – the camera – to shape their own voice, their own search, their own dialogue with the observer. And at the centre of this dialogue there is always an underlying story, which can be related to the historical context, to the technique or to the people in the photograph, but always to the photographer’s gaze. 
Brossa Poetry

Brossa Poetry

30 October 2021 - 27 March 2022
MUAC. Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo de México (Mexico D.F., Mexico)
Brossa Poetry is a comprehensive survey of the work of this pioneering artist, from his early books to his latest visual investigations, and including his work in the theatre, cinema, music and artistic actions. Joan Brossa (Barcelona, 1919-1998) was first and foremost a poet, but we believe it is necessary to see this in relation to his way of working, his poiesis. This exhibition establishes a dialogue and confronts Brossa’s work with the poetry of artists such as Marcel Marien, Nicanor Parra and Ian Hamilton-Finlay, as well as the poets of Lettrism, visual, concrete, experimental and expanded poetry, and Fluxus. Brossa was a poet, but his works stood at a crossroad of languages. Frequently collaborating with other artists, musicians, filmmakers, dancers, comedians and even magicians, his work constantly went against the grain and beyond the limits between disciplines. Brossa developed his artistic practice in the 1940s in a social-political context marked by Franco’s dictatorship and in a cultural milieu characterised by the absence of avant-garde and innovative proposals. From the beginning, Brossa’s work was one of aesthetic renewal, based on literary and artistic research. Up until his death, his extensive production never ceased to develop new forms of expression and ways of experimenting with different media. In 2011, the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona was made the depository of the Fonds of the Fundació Joan Brossa, which contains the legacy of the artist. The Fonds consists of manuscripts, documents, correspondence and his personal library, among other materials. It is a unique tool for understanding Brossa’s extremely interesting work. The exhibition that MACBA, with the support of Acción Cultural Española, AC/E,  is preparing for 2017 approaches Brossa’s work by reappraising his influence and interrelationship with the practice of other artists. The project brings to the fore the constellations of artists around Brossa, his interrelationship with works he may have been unaware of, but which allow us to establish parallels and seek dialogues and tensions. It also aims to emphasise the performative aspects of Brossa’s poetic practice, his poiesis. Accompanying the exhibition there will be a publication exploring these aspects, realised in collaboration with Roger Bernat, Isabel de Naverán and Maria Salgado. To secularise this great poet is not an easy task and this is the challenge facing this project, half way between Marx and Mallarmé: to give Brossa back his simple and popular voice, the voice of the people, whether they wear a hat or not; the voice of a light bulb, a train ticket, a playing card, a set of handcuffs or confetti. 
Emilia Pardo Bazán. The challenge of modernity

Emilia Pardo Bazán. The challenge of modernity

28 October - 18 December 2021
Kiosco Alfonso (La Coruña, Spain)
The exhibition explores the multifaceted character of Emilia Pardo Bazán (La Coruña, 1851-Madrid, 1921), novelist, influential cultural and political journalist, critic and historian of literature, playwright, prolific and decidedly modern short story writer; cultural entrepreneur with a magazine and a publishing house -Nuevo Teatro Critico and La Biblioteca de la Mujer, 1890- which were pioneers in the dissemination in Spain of Russian literature (Dostoevsky, Tolstoy or Turgenev) and of the French and British debates on feminism , with the translation and commentary of the works of John Stuart Mill and August Bebel. The exhibition seeks to convey to viewers, in a visually expressive way, a work and a life that are crucial to review and update the literary and intellectual history of the last third of the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th. To do this, it brings together some two hundred works including printed books, manuscripts, engravings and photographs, among others, from both the National Library of Spain and other institutions.
Azaña: Intellectual and statesman

Azaña: Intellectual and statesman

21 October 2021 - 09 January 2022
Sala de exposiciones de la Capilla. Hospital Real. Universidad de Granada ()
#AzañaExpo | Manuel Azaña Díaz (Alcalá de Henares, January 10, 1880-Montauban, November 3, 1940) is one of the most relevant figures in the contemporary history of Spain, both admired and reviled. He was a politician, writer and journalist, president of the Council of Ministers (1931-1933) and president of the Second Republic (1936-1939). He had a prominent role at the Madrid Athenaeum, of which he was Secretary and President. He collaborated in different newspapers, edited the magazine España and founded La Pluma. He received the National Literature Prize in 1926 for a work on Juan Valera and was a notable translator from English and French. In his political dimension, Azaña is one of the main promoters of the arrival of the Republic in April 1931. The great debates of the period have his outstanding, and sometimes controversial, intervention: the Statute of Catalonia, the Agrarian Reform, the issue religious or women's vote. Not surprisingly, the Republic was identified with Azaña and Azaña with the Republic and was blamed for the outcome of the Civil War, if not its very beginning. The Exhibition aims to provide a complete image of Manuel Azaña, in its triple dimension: human, intellectual and political, underlining, in addition to his work as Minister, Head of Government and President of the Republic, his status as a prestigious intellectual, as well as the harsh conditions of his exile, which ended with his death in the French city of Montauban, where his memory is still present eighty years later. Following a chronological sequence that allows us to understand his career in different periods: his childhood and youth in Alcalá, his subsequent development in Madrid, the exhibition delves into three crucial stages in the history of Spain: the Second Republic, the Civil War and Exile. . About two hundred works from both the BNE and other Spanish and foreign institutions will be exhibited in the exhibition. For this commemoration, very little known photographs and videos have been rescued, which allow us to get closer not only to the figure and the work of Azaña, but also to the memory of his time.
Pérez Galdós in the Spanish Labyrinth

Pérez Galdós in the Spanish Labyrinth

18 October 2021 - 18 February 2022
Archivo General de la Region de Murcia (Murcia, Spain)
PHOTOGRAPHY AND SOCIETY, 1843-1920 The exhibition wants to get closer to the giant figure of Galdós through the evocative power of photography and its quality as a mirror of the past and a source of memory. Under the curation of Publio López Mondéjar, a rigorous historian of Spanish photography, we present hundreds of portraits of the master, most of which are shown in this exhibition for the first time. But the exhibition is not limited to the recreation of a photographic portrait of Galdós, but rather places the writer in the historical, social and cultural context of the Spain of his time.   One of the areas of the exhibition focuses on the representation of the settings in which he spent his life, especially in cities such as Las Palmas, Madrid, Toledo and Santander. In a third area, the portraits of the characters who starred in Spanish history and culture during the years of the writer's life are gathered, from Isabel II, Amadeo I, Alfonso XII, Alfonso XIII, Emilio Castelar, Antonio Cánovas, Práxedes Mateo Sagasta, Baldomero Espartero, Juan Prim, Clarín, Emilia Pardo Bazán, Ruperto Chapí, María Guerrero, Margarita Xirgu and other outstanding figures of the century that is already beginning to be known as the Century of Galdós. In different display cabinets a selection of the photographic reports dedicated to Galdós is exhibited in the most important illustrated publications of the time, such as The Spanish and American Illustration, ABC, Blanco y Negro, El Figaro, Por those worlds, El arte del Teatro, Nuevo World, The Sphere, The Country and Graphic World.
'Surrender' by Nuria Vidal. Mostra Espanha 2021

'Surrender' by Nuria Vidal. Mostra Espanha 2021

09 October 2021 - 23 January 2022
Fundação Dom Luís I (Cascais, Portugal)
'Rendición' is a project by the Spanish artist Nuria Vidal that reflects the act of painting, the moment of creating conceived as an ontological state; a way of being before oneself and before the work itself. The search for a path towards the sublime through the renunciation of intervention, representation and color. Nuria Vidal (Madrid 1967) has a degree in Fine Arts, specialty engraving, from the Complutense University of Madrid. Her work is present in different art collections, from the Community of Madrid, the Mapfre Foundation, the Todisa Collection and the Ángel de Pintura Prize from the Bertelsmann group, the General Directorate for Women, Congress of Deputies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Banco de Santander or Carlos III University. Mostra Espanha WEB: https://www.mostraespanha.org/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/lamostraespanha/    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mostraespanha/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnSPCkLCksSstXBXLtGsgtw
Obra invitada al Museo Nacional de Arte Antiga 2021: Alonso Sánchez Coello. Mostra Espanha 2021

Obra invitada al Museo Nacional de Arte Antiga 2021: Alonso Sánchez Coello. Mostra Espanha 2021

07 October 2021 - 02 January 2022
Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (MNAA) (Lisboa, Portugal)
La Obra invitada es una de las actividades más esperadas de Mostra Espanha y también la que despierta mayor expectación y atrae un mayor número de visitantes. A través de este programa, el Museo Nacional de Arte Antiga de Lisboa da a conocer la obra de grandes maestros de la pintura occidental procedentes de destacados Museos y colecciones del mundo. En esta ocasión la obra elegida es “Isabel Clara Eugenia y Magdalena Ruíz” de Alonso Sánchez Coello procedente del Museo Nacional del Prado. Este retrato de Isabel Clara Eugenia acompañada por Magdalena Ruiz se inserta de lleno en la tradición del retrato de corte creado en los años centrales del siglo XVI. La figura de cuerpo entero de la infanta, ricamente ataviada con un traje de seda blanca bordado en oro y guarnecido por numerosas joyas -entre las que destaca un camafeo con la imagen del Rey-, con una de sus manos apoyadas en la cabeza de Magdalena Ruiz, remite a otros importantes retratos femeninos de la dinastía.  Más información sobre la obra > Mostra Espanha WEB: https://www.mostraespanha.org/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/lamostraespanha/    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mostraespanha/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnSPCkLCksSstXBXLtGsgtw
Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris

Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris

12 September 2021 - 09 January 2022
Baltimore Museum of Art (Baltimore, United States)
Co-organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and the Baltimore Museum of Art, this is the first U.S. exhibition in over 35 years dedicated to the Spanish artist Juan Gris. Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris highlights the artist’s pioneering and revolutionary contributions to the Cubist movement by focusing on his fascination with subjects drawn from everyday life. Through more than 40 paintings and collages that span all major periods of the artist’s evolving practice, the exhibition reveals the transformation of Gris’s innovative style and principal motifs from 1911 until 1926, one year before his tragically early death at age 40. His exquisite compositions explored the boundary between abstraction and representation, tension and stasis, color and form. As a thorough examination of Gris’s still lifes, Cubism in Color provides an opportunity to reconsider the legacy of this important yet underappreciated modernist master. See the full press release. Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris is co-organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and The Baltimore Museum of Art. Additional support is provided by the Robert Lehman Foundation. and Acción Cultural Española (AC/E). The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts, and the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture. Dallas Museum of Art · Curator Commentary: “Cubism in Color” Caption: Juan Gris: ´Newspaper and Fruit Dish´, 1916, oil on canvas, Yale University Art Gallery; ´The Painter’s Window´, 1925, oil on canvas, Baltimore Museum of Art.
50 Photographs with a Story

50 Photographs with a Story

08 September 2021 - 21 February 2022
Versión 2. Embajada de España en Washington (Washington D.C, United States)
#50FotosConHistoriaExpo |  is an exhibition that surveys the history of photography in Spain over the past eight years. It shows the history behind fifty or so pictures to provide viewers with a better grasp of the essence of the work and the photographer, as well as their importance in the evolution of this discipline. They represent fifty different gazes full of nuances: documentary photographs, portraits, photojournalism, street photography and artistic photographs come together in ‘50 Photographs with a Story’.  The writer Eduardo Galeano stated that human beings are not made up of atoms but of stories. And if storytelling is the basis of our memory and all our desires, it is also, by extension, the basis of photographic language. Photography is therefore not a universal language: photographers each use a tool – the camera – to shape their own voice, their own search, their own dialogue with the observer. And at the centre of this dialogue there is always an underlying story, which can be related to the historical context, to the technique or to the people in the photograph, but always to the photographer’s gaze. 
Artistic residency at WIELS 2021.  Jorge Suárez-Quiñones Rivas

Artistic residency at WIELS 2021. Jorge Suárez-Quiñones Rivas

12 July - 24 December 2021
Wiels Contemporary Art Centre (Bruselas, Belgium)
The jury has selected Jorge Suárez-Quiñones Rivas for presenting a candidacy: “the most solid, coherent, exciting and at the same time simple, direct”. This same artist was a finalist last year for the same residency. The jury is made up of Dirk Snauwaert, WIELS Artistic Director, Simon Thompson and Sylvie Eyberg, mentor artists for the Residency Program, Zoe Gray, WIELS Senior Curator, and Eva Gorsse, Head of the Residency Program. The finalists have been Christian García Bello (2) and Anna Moreno (3). Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) organizes with the WIELS contemporary art centre (Brussels) the participation of a Spanish artist in its prestigious international residency programme between July and December 2021. This agreement has the collaboration of the Ministry of Culture of the Embassy of Spain in Belgium. The purpose of this call is to facilitate the creation of collaboration networks, to promote the mobility of Spanish creators, to promote artistic production through the offer of residences for artists and the provision of workspaces, as well as to strengthen links with international cultural institutions.   ANNOUNCEMENT Deadline: Until April 18, 2021 Period of residence: Between July 12 and December 24 (except changes caused by the COVID-19 epidemic) Object of the call Facilitate the creation of collaboration networks, promote the mobility of Spanish creators, promote artistic production through the offer of residences for artists and the provision of workspaces, as well as strengthen ties with international cultural institutions. Participants Artists over 21 years of age, not students, with the capacity to act and of Spanish nationality or residents in Spain and in possession of the NIE who have contributed to the Spanish art scene in recent years, were able to participate in the call. Endowment The resident has: - Travel from your place of residence in Spain to Brussels and back. - Work study of 40 m2 and for individual use within the WIELS headquarters and in the period foreseen for your residence. - Accommodation in an individual apartment fully equipped and close to WIELS, including electricity, water, heating and internet costs and in the period foreseen for your residence. - The amount of 800 euros for each month of stay, for maintenance and production aid. - Access to WIELS facilities, as well as participation in the activities carried out within its Resident program (subject to possible restrictions or limitations due to the Covid pandemic) - Weekly tutorials (face-to-face and / or virtual) by artists and creators integrated into the staff of tutors of the WIELS Residency Program. - A field trip in or out of Belgium - travel and accommodation expenses will be covered, except for meals. - A public presentation / conference during the residency (virtual or face-to-face, the format of which will be decided in consultation with the other residents and the WIELS team) - Visits to the studio of curators, artists or critics invited by WIELS. - Inclusion of your project in the WIELS resident artists web archive. All required documentation and application deadline: *See conditions of the Call (PDF) > *Application form (PDF)>   For more information and submission of documentation: residency@wiels.org
III Open Call for Translations Grants 2021

III Open Call for Translations Grants 2021

09 June - 31 December 2021
Open call
The translation grants programme organized by AC/E, of which this is the third edition, aims to contribute to the dissemination of our authors in the international market and promote the translation of Spanish literature within the framework of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2022, when Spain will be the Guest of Honor. . The translation grants have proven to be an efficient tool for promoting Spanish literature around the world. The first call in 2019 had a budget of 230,000 euros; this was increased to 400,000 euros for the second, in 2020. For this edition it has been raised once again. Final Lists of beneficiary projects - closure September 2021 (published here: 4 December 2021) ► Complete works       ⇥ See list (PDF) >  ► Fragments     ⇥ See list (PDF) >  ► Illustration       ⇥ See list (PDF) > ► Antology       ⇥ See list (PDF) >> APPLY NOW ► See Open Call Conditions (modified on the 1st October 2021) - For technical problems contact: convocatoriaspice@accioncultural.es - For content doubts contact: traduccion@accioncultural.es The Frankfurt Book Fair is the most important in the world in its sector, where it is estimated that 80% of publishing contracts are negotiated there, and it provides an excellent opportunity for the promotion of Spanish titles in Germany and other strategic markets of interest to the Spanish publishing industry, such as Anglo-Saxon, French or Italian. The aim of these grants is to take advantage of the interest and  impact that the Fair generates. Through initiatives like this, AC/E aims to improve awareness of Spanish literature, which is going through  one of the most interesting periods in its recent history. > See briefing Spain at the Frankfurt Bookfair 2022
Treasures and Ghosts of Spanish Science

Treasures and Ghosts of Spanish Science

Open from 5 May 2021
Filmin (Spain)
But was there ever science in Spain? This series of five chapters in which AC / E collaborates aims to disseminate our scientific past. Historians, librarians, scientists, and artists tell us about certain pieces and chapters of our cultural heritage: a medieval manuscript, a Renaissance anatomy treatise, a collection of botanical illustrations, the fossil skeleton of an extinct animal, and an international vaccination campaign. Five episodes that also allow dealing with issues such as the relationship between science and art, the appearance of deep time or the fight against pandemics. A series that wants to contribute to making scientific culture in Spain, made by the brothers Paco and Juan Pimentel, filmmaker and researcher at the CSIC respectively. Direction: Paco Pimentel Distribution: Pilar Farjas Abadía, José Pardo-Tomás, Esther García Guillén, Juan Pimentel, Laura Fernández
Ambulatory Art: 'Goya in a hospital?'

Ambulatory Art: 'Goya in a hospital?'

Mar 2021 - Ene 2022
Hospital Miguel Servet (Zaragoza, España)
Ambulatory Art is a programme of traveling exhibitions that takes place in hospitals (main lobbies, waiting rooms and rooms) and rural areas. The contents are designed to be accessible to all people, providing a new relationship between the cultural event, the viewer, their health and the place. According to scientific research, artistic practices in health and rural settings are a contributing element to improve psychological, spiritual and physical health. Currently there is a European and Spanish institutional framework that prescribes artistic practices in health policies. 'Goya in a hospital?' is an exhibition of the Ambulatory Art program based on reproductions of works by Goya donated for the occasion by the Prado Museum. It is a selection of tapestry cartoons by the Aragonese painter, grouped by themes such as humor, challenges, emotions or contradiction. It is accompanied by texts and mediation workshops that explain the works from innovative perspectives, as well as commented concerts with themes related to Goya, his great themes or his time, always from approaches of maximum accessibility and connection for all kinds of public. During the Summer months, the exhibition includes the performance of the following Folk music groups:  - Atlantic Folk Trío - Caamaño&Ameixeiras - Ombligo *Call for Cultural Metiation: * Call for cultural mediation: Are you interested in cultural mediation? Do you think the presence of the arts in hospitals and rural areas is positive? Do not miss this call for cultural mediators, professionals in the Humanities and the Arts, and restless people interested in culture and its capacity for social impact. Deadline for receipt of applications: July 31 at 11:59 p.m. (time in Spain). Participants must write an email to hola@culturaenvena.org, attaching their curriculum vitae and a motivation letter to present themselves for the call and participate in the training. See conditions >  
Centenary of the Pau Casals Orchestra 1920-2020

Centenary of the Pau Casals Orchestra 1920-2020

01 December 2020 - 02 January 2022
Museu Pau Casals (Sant Salvador, Tarragona, Spain)
On October 13, 2020, the centenary of the first concert of the Pau Casals Orchestra at the Palau de la Música Catalana is commemorated, a project that Pablo Casals promoted and created in 1919 and that, as the musician himself recognized, was one of the most challenging fruitful of his artistic and professional life. The Pau Casals Foundation in collaboration with the Museu de la Música de Barcelona and Acción Cultural Española celebrates this centenary with an exhibition dedicated to the history of the Pau Casals Orchestra that will take place simultaneously at the Museu de la Música (Barcelona) and in the Museu Pau Casals (El Vendrell), setting up two complementary exhibitions that will give a global vision of Pau Casals as a musician and conductor.
Centenary of the Pau Casals Orchestra 1920-2020

Centenary of the Pau Casals Orchestra 1920-2020

24 November 2020 - 02 January 2022
Museu de la Música (Barcelona, Spain)
On October 13, 2020, the centenary of the first concert of the Pau Casals Orchestra at the Palau de la Música Catalana is commemorated, a project that Pablo Casals promoted and created in 1919 and that, as the musician himself recognized, was one of the most challenging fruitful of his artistic and professional life. The Pau Casals Foundation in collaboration with the Museu de la Música de Barcelona and Acción Cultural Española celebrates this centenary with an exhibition dedicated to the history of the Pau Casals Orchestra that will take place simultaneously at the Museu de la Música (Barcelona) and in the Museu Pau Casals (El Vendrell), setting up two complementary exhibitions that will give a global vision of Pau Casals as a musician and conductor.
Insurrecta

Insurrecta

29 June 2020 - 31 December 2021
Street exhibition (Segovia, España)
#InsurrectaBorondoSG | This project by the artist Gonzalo Borondo, organized by the Segovia City Council in collaboration with Acción Cultural Española, is part of the activities that the City Council carries out in commemoration of the V centenary of the Comuneros revolt. Insurrecta aims to generate a freely accessible urban route, using the billboards of the entire city of Segovia as a support, which turn the city into an open-air museum. Borondo conceives the project as a cultural initiative available to citizens, extolling the value of the natural landscape and placing the "NoLugares" on the tourist plane. The 32 works, spread over 17 locations, are divided into 5 chapters, suggestively spinning historical events with a personal and critical reading of the artist towards contemporary times. Gonzalo Borondo (1989) Borondo returns to Segovia, the city that saw him grow, at the end of 2019, after a fruitful professional career developed outside of Spain, which has led him to exhibit in museums, festivals and other institutions around the world. His projection of contemporary art in public spaces tries to break down the barriers between art and life, questioning the limits of the cultural heritage of the context, while paying him a respectful tribute. Borondo's work is the result of a powerful dialogue between his art and the spaces in which it is located. His most recent projects include the intervention in the Temple of Chartrons, in Bordeaux, within the framework of the Liberté! 2019, his interventions at the Contemporary Museum of Rome (2018-2019), at the Musiques Interdites Festival in Marseille, in Berlin (Urban Nation Contemporary Art Museum), and at the Altrove Festival (Italy), among many others. He has starred in solo exhibitions in Madrid, Paris and London and has murals in Kiev, London or Las Vegas.
Artistic residency at Rijksakademie 2020-2021

Artistic residency at Rijksakademie 2020-2021

01 January 2020 - 31 December 2021
Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten (Ámsterdam, Netherlands)
AC/E  supports the participation of Spanish artists Marc Roig Blesa and Claudia Pagès Rabal selected by the Rijksakademie to enjoy a two-year residence (January 2020 - December 2021) in their facilities. The Rijksakademie offers residencies to around fifty artists (for one year, with year extension) with the goal of providing space for research, experiment and production. Apart from facilities such as a studio, work budget and stipend, there is a research and production infrastructure. There is no standard program, predominant style or ideology. The Rijksakademie provides time, people and possibilities.
CELA #2. 2019-2023

CELA #2. 2019-2023

01 September 2019 - 30 September 2023
Varias giras europeas ()
This second edition of CELA (Connecting Emerging Literaty Artists) brings together eleven European cultural institutions from ten different countries and has, once again, the support and funding of the European Union through the Creative Europe programme. AC/E supports the Spanish partner Escuela de Escritores, which in September 2019 selected the three young writers and nine translators who form the Spanish representation in this second edition of the programme. The second edition of CELA, which runs between 2019 and 2023, allows 30 writers, 80 translators and 6 professionals from the world of editing to access a training, editing and promotion program in which some of the best writing schools participate of the continent (the Scuola Holden of Turin, School of Writers), literary festivals (Krakowskie Biuro Festiwalowe (Krakow, Poland) and cultural companies led by the Dutch literary producer Wintertuin (Nijmegen, Netherlands), Huis deBuren and Passa Porta (Brussels, Belgium), Goga (Novo Mesto, Slovenia), the Association of Publishers of Romania (Bucharest, Romania), the Czech Literary Center (Prague, Czech Republic), the Municipal Chamber of Óbidos (Óbidos, Portugal) and the KROKODIL Association (Belgrade , Serbia). For more info>  
Spain Pavilion at Dubai 2020

Spain Pavilion at Dubai 2020

01 October 2001 - 31 March 2022
Expo 2020 Dubai will be the first global event held in the Middle East. Spain will be one of the leading participants at the event, which will bring together over 200 countries and international organisations in a convergence of innovation, business and culture. > OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE SPAIN PAVILION FOR EXPO DUBAI 2020: https://www.expospain2020.comConnecting minds, creating the future is the theme of Expo 2o2o Dubai, a global event to showcase Spain.Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) is the SOE in charge of managing Spain’s presence in world and international expos. The Spain Pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai, designed by Amman-Cánovas-Maruri (Temperaturas Extremas Arquitectos S.L.P., will be a meeting and reception space available to all companies and institutions seeking to boost their presence and visibility. The concept “Intelligence for life” will be the underlying theme for showing the talent and vitality of Spanish companies, so that ideas and knowledge can be shared and a vision for the future built. World Online School Chess Tournament. Expo Dubai 2020The Spain Pavilion at Expo Dubai 2020, in line with the theme of this universal exposition of "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future", invites all member countries to participate in an event that aims to "increase intelligence for life" and expand awareness of the potential of chess as a key educational tool, as supported by sound scientific studies.​ More info →Cultural ProgrammeThe Music and Performing Arts Program of the Spanish Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is the result of a public call that received more than 400 proposals. With that, they wanted to offer the opportunity to present their work in Dubai to as many Spanish artists as possible. The result is a diverse program for all types of audiences, based on Spanish culture and integrating traditional proposals with other more contemporary and innovative ones. Throughout the six-month duration of the Expo, a total of 32 Spanish companies, totaling more than 200 artists, will present their work in Dubai. Around 100 performances will take place in the Spanish Pavilion and in the main stages of the Expo site. Flamenco will be very present with names like Miguel Poveda, Rosario La Tremendita or María Terremoto, among others. You can also listen to Spanish music in its different styles; early music with the medieval music ensemble Artefactum and the Renaissance flute quartet Piacere dei Traversi. Classical music by the violinist Lina Tur Bonet with the pianist Alba Ventura; the Spanish guitar of Miguel Trápaga and José María Gallardo del Rey. Dance is represented in the programming by important companies such as the National Ballet of Spain and that of Jesús Rubio Gamo, among others. The theater has the creation of Isabel Vázquez's The Curse of Malboro Men, and shows such as Tiritirantes, Bubble Factory or Maduixa Company, Mulïer, all in a long list of names of the highest quality.OCTOBER 2021→ Programme Miguel Poveda “En concierto” > Ver concierto→ Programme Rosario La Tremendita “Delirium Tremens, 2.0”→ Programme Artefactum “Medieval Music from Spain”→ Programme Olga Pericet “La espina que quiso ser flor”NOVEMBER 2021→ Programme Miguel Trápaga “The Spanish Guitar”→ Programme Forma Antiqua “La Caramba”→ Programme Jesús Carmona Company “El Salto”→ Programme Manuel Liñán “Con-Vivencias”DECEMBER 2021→ Programme Titiritantes Company “Ulterior”→ Quinteto Aulos “Arab Music and the Muslim Culture”→ Programme Miguel Puga “Deck & Piano Concert”→ Christmas Shadow Puppettopic “Re-Living”→ Piaccere dei Traversi “Good News of Joy” JANUARY 2022→ Bubble Factory “The Impossible Bubble”→ Jesús Rubio Company “Gran Bolero”→ Eduardo Guerrero Company “Faro”→ María Terremoto “Recital”→ Mercedes Ruiz, Eduardo Guerrero & María Moreno “Gala Flamenca”→ Mercedes Ruiz & Santiago Lara “Tandem”→ María Moreno “I Dance”→ Eduardo Paniagua “Dreams of Al-Andalus”FEBRUARY 2022→ Accademia del Piacere “Rediscovering Spain”→ Spanish National Ballet “Invocación”→ José María Gallardo Rey “The Arabic World on the Spanish Guitar”→ Carmen Paris & Nabyla Maan “Dos Medinas Blancas”→ Lina Tur Bonet & Alba Ventura “Noucentisme”→ Maduixa Company “Women”→ Antonio Serrano & Constanza Lechner “Falla, Granados, Sarasate, …” MARCH 2022→ Daniel Ligorio, Belén Cabanes & Loli Molina “Music from Spain”→ Isabel Vázquez's Creation “The Curse of Marlborough Men”>SEE AGENDAExcellent visibility for companiesFor six months, Expo 2020 Dubai will be the point of convergence for the global community, a splendid opportunity to showcase the most creative image of Spain and its business landscape. More than 25 million people are expected to arrive, of which 70% are international visitors. The time of year in which the event will take place and the strategic location of the emirate guarantee a high turnout from professional visitors and extraordinary visibility for Spanish business collaborators. An event of exceptional public interestThe Spain Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is considered to be an event of exceptional public interest. This declaration promotes the participation of the private sector and offers collaborating companies significant incentives stemming from article 27 of the law on the fiscal regime governing non-profit organisations and tax breaks for patronage (49/2002 of 23 December).Connecting minds, creating the futureThe general slogan is divided into three major areas: opportunity, mobility and sustainability. The challenges of humanity require innovative solutions in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). → The Expo is located in an area that is at its financial height and home to an airport, free trade zone and investment parks. → The location facilitates logistical and operational efficiency for participants as well as international visibility with maximum security measures. → The venue can accommodate the arrival and access of 60,000 visitors during peak hours.  → Al Wasl Square is the centre of the venue, a symbolic yet functional space where three districts converge.  → In addition to the pavilions, it houses indoor and outdoor spaces with capacities ranging from 120 to 15,000 people.  → Once the Expo is over, the venue will be reconverted into the city’s District 2020, which will be comprised of green and residential zones with flexible and collaborative work spaces.Dossier "Become a Sponsor"↓ An opportunity for Spanish companiesExpo Dubai in numbers25 M visitors 70 % of international visitors 200 Hectares of the Expo venue + 200 restaurants + 200 Participants (countries, corporations, multinational organisations and academic institutions) 12 Lineal kilometres of shade 60 Live shows every day 3000.000 maximum visitors capacity From 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021, from 10am to 2am. Pavilions will remain open until 10pm. Strategic location of the Spain Pavilion Thanks to its location, it can attract a large volume of visitors. Over 2.5 million people are expected to visit the Spain Pavilion in 173 days.The buildingIconic force, sustainability and design in 6,000m2. The square is covered by impressive cones whose function is to cool down the public space. Based on the principles of a circular economy, the project plans to give the building a second life by reusing the venue or some of its components. Spatial organisation • The square offers various interconnected spaces, covered by cones. • The atrium connects the square with the belowground level and houses a large artistic installation. • The below-ground level houses the theatre and the exhibition gallery.Visitor pathwaySlogan: Spain, Intelligence for lifeThe slogan sums up the priority communication objectives of the Pavilion: our resourcefulness, capacity for innovation and our drive to preserve a good quality of life on the planet, for us and future generations. The Pavilion will present and represent Spain at the Expo, a privileged event for boosting the country’s brand and a unique platform for scientific, technological, business and cultural diplomacy. The visit to the Spain Pavilion must be an unforgettable experience for visitors and a display of the capabilities and contributions of our creative and productive landscape.  SOCIAL NETWORKSTwitter: @ExpoSpain2020 ​Instagram: @ExpoSpain2020 Facebook: @ExpoSpain2020 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXo6bWrgm7rWjuaDlIHE2Yw/featured Hashtags: #ExpoSpain202 #Expo2020  TAKE NOTE! ↓ Expo Dubai 2020 launches the dissemination, innovation and financing programs 'Global Best Practice' and 'Expo Live': ®'Global Best Practice'  ®'Expo Live' Expo 2020 is a business opportunity for Spanish companies. Expo Dubai 2020 has set up a system of registration of suppliers open for all contracts. The web page enabled for the registration of companies and professionals interested in being service providers is https://esource.expo2020dubai.ae/ Only registered companies may participate in the contracting and bidding processes. More info >The organizers of Expo 2020 are committed to transparency and good governance to address the issue of tenders related to the Expo itself. Therefore, they have launched a shopping portal (https://esource.expo2020dubai.ae)  where companies of any size and even individuals can register regardless of which country they are established in. From this portal, users can access the different opportunities as they are published and submit their proposals. → See all tender competitions for the Spain Pavilion at Expo Dubai 2020 (in Spanish) p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica}
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