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Londoners is a photography book and a round of exhibitions of portraits taken in the streets of London of unknown people.
Spanish novelist Enrique Vila-Matas curates this exhibition, also known as Cabinet d’amour, an oblique novel, to showcase a selection of pieces that only respond to his fantasies, impulses and desires.
Architecture & Design, Cinema, Culture, Dance, Fashion, Festival, Literature & Language, Music, OCSA, Performance, Universities and Hispanists, Visual Arts
The programme gives priority to the proposals that are least consolidated in the creative sector, most in need of boosting their presence abroad, and characterised by reflecting most closely the contemporaneity, creativity and plurality of Spanish culture today.
Seeing Picasso as inspiration, an artistic idol and mentor, Spanish painter Pedro Paricio has crafted an intriguing and captivating exchange with one of the fathers of modernism.
Daniel Steegmann Mangrané presents his first major UK solo show at Nottingham Contemporary, with new and existing works.Through a new immersive installation, architectural interventions, a 16mm film and a virtual reality work, the Rio-based Catalan artist looks at how diverse mediums and technologies can represent aspects of the Mata Atlântica. Mata Atlântica, a rainforest stretching […]
In an era when humanity is facing new challenges posed by big data, bioengineering and climate change, Whitechapel Gallery has invited ten groups of artists, architects and other cultural practitioners to explore the potential of collaboration and offer their visions of the future.
MADRID IS A FEMALE NAME
Four monologues written and performed by female artists, showcasing the talent of feminine acting and theatre writing in contemporary Madrid. With our friends and partners Cervantes Theatre.
Tickets from 12.50 GBP
Info + tickets: http://bit.ly/FemaleMadridCervantes
No 20 Arts is delighted to present Map of the Mould, a solo exhibition by Javier Arce. Featuring works on paper, installations and a video piece, Map of the Mould is the first solo show of the Spanish artist in the UK. The exhibition is part of the ongoing collaboration established between Galeria Carles Taché and No 20 Arts based on the common interest in promoting artists beyond their geographical contexts.
The first major exhibition in the UK for over a century of the artist known as Spain’s Impressionist, Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (1863–1923), opens at the National Gallery in spring 2019.