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Shot in Soho is an exhibition curated by the spanish curator Julian Rodriguez. The exhibition celebrates Soho’s diverse culture, community and history of creative innovation as well as highlighting its position as a site of resistance. Through a range of photographs, ephemera and varied presentations, the project reflects the breadth of life in a part […]
”La Caixa” Collection of Contemporary Art Selected by Verónica Gerber Bicecci. The writer and visual artist Verónica Gerber Bicecci proposes a science fiction scenario titled En el ojo de Bambi (In the Eye of Bambi) based on the aftermath of an apocalyptic event and envisioned by Carlos Amorales in his animated film Useless Wonder (2014). […]
A major exhibition exploring the non-stop nature of modern lives. Curated by Somerset House and Sarah Cook, the exhibition takes visitors on a journey from the cold light of the moon to the fading warmth of the sunset through a series of interactive installations and interrogations of 24/7 life. The exhibition is inspired by the book of the same title by art critic and essayist Jonathan Crary (Verso, 2013).
Eco-Visionaries is an exhibition composed of film, installation, architectural models and photography that reflects on how architecture art and design are reacting to a rapidly changing world, beyond mainstream notions of sustainability.
The Spanish artist Enrique Brinkmann and the Uruguayan Verónica Vázquez will showcase their works at the rosenfeld porcini Gallery in London, which collaborates with Piero Atchugarry Gallery in this exhibition. The intense responses which the artworks of both Enrique Brinkmann and Verónica Vázquez conjure up in us relate to one of the principle dilemmas which […]
The Tricycle by Fernando Arrabal is a strangely light-hearted tale of poverty and murder. In this dark fairy tale, written in 1952, Climando together with his friends try to survive living as a homeless person in an unfair and incomprehensible world, hiring the Tricycle to give rides to children in the park. What will happen […]
The visual artist Carlos Bunga (born in Portugal and raised in Spain) showcases the exhibition "Something Necessary and Useful" at Whitechapel Gallery from 26 Jan. In his first major UK commission, he explores architecture through innovative installations made of everyday materials. Bunga makes cardboard constructions and repurposes domestic furnishings to create an evolving installation in […]
This semester the Cervantes Insitute of Leeds Reading Club will be reading a selection of short stories by the Spanish writer Emilia Pardo Bazán (La Corula, 1851 - Madrid, 1921). The sessions will be in Spanish and in each class will work on linguistic aspects that aid the understanding of the stories. The course consists of four sessions […]
The Katharine of Aragon Festival 2020 commemorates once more year 29th January 1536, when Henry VIII's first wife was buried at Peterborough Cathedral after her death in exile at Kimbolton Castle. She still lies here today and the occasion is marked by a programme of events on a Tudor theme. Between the activities that compose […]