Lugares de Tránsito

Latin America and Spain

Santo Domingo (Domincan Republic), Maracaibo (Venezuela), La Habana (Cuba), Bogotá (Colombia), Miami (USA), Quito (Ecuador), Ciudad de Panamá (Panama) and Ciudad de Guatemala (Guatemala).

With particular emphasis on the field of photography, Lugares de Tránsito addresses the value of place and the new meanings given to it by new art projects. Experiences looking at Latin America as a shared reality, as an inclusive stage from which a citizenship with its own personality is built.

In the first instance, the project foresees setting up a programme of bilateral meetings between the artists, visitor and local, in Latin America and the USA during 2010 and 2011. As a second instance the project produces the results of a total of eight common artistic experiences, based on prior curatorial work by Marta Soul, which will then be presented in Spain in June 2012 by means of an exhibition, a publication and a think-tank.

Participating artists: Tatiana Fernández and Aleix Plademunt, Santo Domingo; Humberto Díaz and Daniel Silvo, La Havana; Juan Pablo Garza and Carlos Sanva, Maracaibo; Mateo López and Juan Carlos Martínez, Bogota; Adler Guerrier and Rosell Meseguer, Miami; José Manuel Castrellón and Matías Costa, Panama; Byron Mármol and Juan Diego Valera, Guatemala; Gonzalo Vargas and Esteban Pastorino, LDT_Quito

Lugares de Tránsito is a Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) project devised by Marta Soul, Eneas Bernal and Sara Cabanes and organised by hablarenarte: with the involvement of the AECID Cultural Centres Network and the Spanish Cultural Councils in Latin America.

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