Acción Cultural Española and the British Council launch their first virtual graduate meetings, Ida&vuelta, to discuss artistic mobility between Spain and the United Kingdom and the challenges of a post-COVID19 world.

The first presentation will be presented by Marta Rincón, Programming Director at AC/E to present the guidelines of this institution in support of the internationalization of Spanish artists. Alessio Antoniolli and Sabel Gavaldon will be received from the contemporary art organization Gasworks, located in southeastern London, where the artist Ruben Grilo lived for a few months. The artist will share his impressions with his gallery owner Rebeca Blanchard (Galería Nogueras Blanchard).The meeting can be followed on the British Council’s Youtube channel.