Events for 4 Apr 2017
Fear and Love presents installations by some of the most innovative designers and architects working today, including Andrés Jaque's Intimate Strangers.
These books were alive; they spoke to me! is an exhibition of printed matter and performance works by artist Dora García
Spanish artist Pablo Genovés’ project Tides is on display in St Paul's Cathedral until 30 August as part of the international collaboration Just Water
SCAN (Spanish Contemporary Art Network) presents Future Archaeologies, the first solo project by Fran Meana in the UK.
Herbert Read Gallery presents Art Education in the Age of Metrics, an exhibition about how “data culture” dominates formal education. This group show curated by Emma Brasó includes works by Spanish artist Miren Doiz.
For his first solo exhibition at Tenderpixel David Ferrando Giraut presents two interconnected projects which spring from his ongoing research on humans’ relation with images throughout history.
Spanish renowned architect and artist Oscar Tusquets Blanca has been selected as part of the London Art Biennale.
DeNada returns to stages across the UK with its gender-bending evening of provocative, vigorously physical and highly entertaining brand of dance theatre.
The popular festival returns to HOME with a spectacular programme full of music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts, and much more to celebrate Spanish and Latin American culture from Friday 31st March to Monday 17th April.
The film programme features the best in new Spanish and Latin American cinema including multiple UK premieres with works from both new and established directors. Local academics will introduce five of their screenings to enrich the audience experience with their analyses and well – researched insights and post-screening Q&As.
This brand of the festival is going to be full of strong international performances. ¡Viva! Theatre will host two UK Premieres of Spanish work including One-Hit Wonders by dance company Sol Picó, Birdie, a multimedia performance created by Agrupación Señor Serrano, and Josep Maria Miró Coromina scratch performances.
Instituto Cervantes and ARTES have invited Marta Cacho Casal, an art historian specialising in Early Modern Art, and particularly the Spanish Golden Age to the ARTES Glendinning Lecture.