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
The book Disputas sobre lo contemporáneo. Arte español entre el antifranquismo y la postmodernidad by Juan Albarrán has just been released! It will be presented by the author at the Central in Museo Reina Sofía on 21 March, 2019.
The aim of this case study is to highlight the impact of Aguilera Cerni’s publications beyond national borders and try to analyze how their subjects and themes have been distributed over time and countries.
This study analyses the mail art exhibitions that took place in Spain between 1973 and 1981. Its aim is to map these initiatives and draw some first conclusions about points of contact and/or disjunction between mail art produced in Spain and in other territories.
On November 7th at the Fine Arts Faculty of the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, this seminar will address the crossings between artistic experiments and political commitment during the late Francoism and the first transition in Spain.[:]
Next Wednesday, April 5th at 7 p.m, Paula Barreiro López will introduce her book Avant-garde Art and Criticism in Francoist Spain at La Central del Museo Reina Sofía, with the participation of Lola Jiménez-Blanco and Julián Díaz Sánchez.
A summary of MoDe(s)’ Research Seminar of November 23rd at the Facultat de Geografía e Historia of the Universitat de Barcelona, dedicated to the notion of canon and its multiple manifestations. Among the topics, Latinamerican modern art, art in the Spanish state over the 1970s, feminist and gender perspectives questioning the canon, and more!