With commissioned works and specific installations for CCEMx spaces, the exhibition covers a wide range of languages: from painting to performance, through installation, video or photography. Disciplines and names that usually do not usually coexist, with the intention of seeking that dialogue between artists and works.
In the words of its curator, Angel Calvo Ulloa, "27 artists will never be a generation of Spanish art. However, 27 could be a good number to assume a brief journey that defines many of the things that are happening and that can be ascribed to a geographical demarcation and others within it. By different coincidences, the 27 seduces by its obvious nod to the generation to whose ranks some of the most powerful voices of the first half of the twentieth century in Spain were assigned, driven by their noble convictions to the trauma of exile and death. 27 is also the number of the cursed age for rock'n'roll, because rock is the thing too. "
Participating artists: Alain Urrutia (Bilbao, 1981), Alex Reynolds (Bilbao, 1978), Ana H. del Amo (Cáceres, 1977), Antonio Ballester Moreno (Madrid, 1977), Belén Rodríguez (Valladolid, 1981), Carlos Maciá ( Lugo, 1977), Damián Ucieda (A Coruña, 1980), Diego Delas (Aranda de Duero, 1983), Elena Alonso (Madrid, 1981), Fermín Jiménez Landa (Pamplona, 1979), Fernando García (Madrid, 1975), Irene Grau (Valencia, 1986), Irma Álvarez-Laviada (Gijón, 1978), José Díaz (Madrid, 1981), Juan López (Alto Maliaño - Cantabria, 1979), Julia Spínola (Madrid, 1979), Laia Estruch (Barcelona, 1981 ), Leonor Serrano Rivas (Málaga, 1986), Marc Vives (Barcelona, 1978), Miguel Ángel Tornero (Baeza, 1978), Miren Doiz (Pamplona, 1980), Misha Bies Golas (Lalín, Pontevedra, 1977), Nacho Martín Silva (Madrid, 1977), Nuria Fuster (Alcoi, 1978), Patricia Gómez (Valencia, 1978) & Mª Jesús González (Valencia, 1978), Taxio Ardanaz (Pamplona, 1978) and Víctor Jaenada (Barcelona 1977).
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