‘Unspoken Identities’ (15.02.2023 – 31.03.2023, Ana Mas Projects), curated by Abdiel. D. Segarra, responds to the interest in engaging in dialogues that can help to build a new perspective on the art from the Caribbean and its diasporas. It is possibly the first curatorial project dedicated to this matter presented by a gallery in Europe.
The exhibition “Earthkeeping, Earthshaking – art, feminisms and ecology” presents art works and ephemera by artists who questioned our individual and collective relationships with nature and the environment, and the dichotomies between nature and culture.
Presented at the CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo in the Comunidad de Madrid, the exhibition Miguel Trillo.Double Exposure curated by Juan Albarrán offered a reconstruction of the first two solo exhibitions by Miguel Trillo (Jimena de la Frontera, Cádiz, 1953): PopPurri. Dos años de música pop en Madrid in the Ovidio Gallery in … Continue reading Miguel Trillo. Double Exposure
Until March 4th, the exhibition curated by Olga Fernández López at CAAC Sevilla presents artists who try to visibilize some of the silences, misunderstandings or undeveloped possibilities of writings from the past, opening a reflection on exhibitions of the 20th century as devices for producing subjectivities, experiences and discourses.
The exhibition on view from June to October 2017, curated by Juan Albarrán seeks to recontextualise Trillo’s early works within the framework of the history of recent photography and against its relationship with 1980 subcultures.
Until August 15, 2016, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid presents an important exhibition of Wifredo Lam (Sagua La Grande, 1902 – Paris, 1982), covering multiple aspects of the trajectory of the Cuban artist. The exhibition catalogue includes an essay by Paula Barreiro López.
L’œil impératif analyses the political, economic and representative mechanisms that serve to perpetuate the effects of colonialism and neocolonialism in the former Spanish and French protectorates in North Africa.
In relation to the exhibition L’oeil impératif by artist Maria Ruido, this round table discussion proposes a transversal reflection on the role that the visual regime acquires in colonial and neo-colonial processes, perceived not only from the perspective of economic exploitation or political interventionism, but also as a hierarchy of thought or an epistemological hegemony.