On the occasion of the second edition of The White Night (La noche en blanco), the artist Georges Rousse was invited to make an intervention in the space of Matadero Madrid with the help of young, local artists.
The conferences and meetings of Espacios Vitales want to establish, on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name, a dialogue and reflection between artists and academics regarding artistic practice.
More than fourty artists of the collection of contemporary art of the Community of Madrid are featured in "Bajo techo. Four stages of intimacy”, an exhibition exploring modern graphic art around the theme of four moments of privacy.
Lugares de Tránsito is a programme of artist residencies made up of 8 bilateral meetings between Latin American and Spanish artists in the cities of La Havana, Santo Domingo, Maracaibo, Bogota, Miami, Guatemala, Panama and Quito.
Curators’ Network is an international platform that sets up and consolidates partnership and working networks between emerging cultural agents from the peripheries.
Conceived to be taken around five European countries, “Reproducción, repetición y reivindicación” is a group exhibition of Spanish artists currently working with printmaking and with multiple and serialised art.
Curators’ Network is a European platform that sets up and consolidates partnership and working networks between emerging cultural agents, artists, curators and managers from various European countries.
Five curators from Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Rumania are meeting in Madrid to set up an international network that will create future paths for collaboration: this is the start of the Curators' Network.
Based on the model implemented by the SFC (Self-Funded Communities) as a saving and funding strategy operating between friends and acquaintances, the idea has been adopted as a project within the community of artists and creative professionals.
Blue Seven Phenomenon is a collection of seven artist books. This project is the result of a commission that the Civic Center of San Andreu in Barcelona made to hablarenarte: and Sonia Fernandez Pan.
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