The programme for promoting Spanish art in ARCOmadrid 2022 consists of a professional and personalised tour for international guests at the Fair, led by curators who are either Spanish or who live and work in Spain.
In the framework of the exhibition La Ribot. A escala humana, organised at the Sala Alcalá 31 (Comunidad de Madrid), hablarenarte will be in charge of the mediation of this monographic exhibition dedicated to the career of the choreographer, dancer and ar
~POSTPONED~ In the framework of Cultural and Creative Spaces and Cities, we are launching an open call to participate on our Urban Exploration, an opportunity to explore serveral local approaches to participation in the context of the public school.
European project on co-creative design of cultural policies http://www.creativespacesandcities.com/
La Junta Municipal de Distrito de Tetuán organiza el X Ciclo de Arquitectura en Tetuán con la coordinación de hablarenarte:
“Max. Panóptica 1973-2011” looks at the extensive career of one of the illustrators making the greatest contribution to modernise comic and comic strip language in Spain, plus it is a great opportunity for getting an in-depth view of today’s graphic novel
For the first time in Madrid, there is to be an anthological exhibition focusing on sculptor Marino Marini, one of the leading exponents of 20th century Italian art, and displaying nearly a hundred items that include drawings, paintings and sculptures.
After six years of overall refurbishment work, Conde Duque opens its doors once again for the partial opening of its new facilities and showing interested members of the public some of its most emblematic cultural resources.
Nearly one hundred commercial posters summarise a hundred years of Spanish graphic design (1870-1970) in this temporary exhibition focusing on the public’s attraction and fascination with the east as a publicity device.
To mark the bicentenary of Mexican Independence and Revolution centenary year, the “México ilustrado” exhibition presents drawings and prints published in books, posters and magazines between 1920 and 1950, looking back over the rich cultural imagination.
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