2017
Nicolás Paris "Petricor II" (2016)

"GALERIA ELBA BENITEZ"

ARCOmadrid

February 22nd - 26th. 2017

Artists on show:
Ignasi Aballí, Armando Andrade Tudela, Ibon Aranberri, Miriam Bäckström, Lothar Baumgarten, Carlos Bunga , Cabello / Carceller, Fernanda Fragateiro, Hreinn Fridfinnsson, Carlos Garaicoa, Cristina Iglesias, Dominik Lang, Ernesto Neto, Nicolás Paris, Natalia Zaluska.
Image: Nicolá́s Paris. "Petricor II" (2016) Detail. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

2016
Tabacalera Estancias 2nd Edition

"TABACALERA ESTANCIAS"
2nd Edition

Promoción del Arte -Ministerio de Educación Cultura y Deporte-

September 5th - October 4th 2016

Curators Residency Program: Three Latin American curators approach the Spanish Contemporary art scene with a one month Residency (Madrid).

MIROSLAV TICHÝ OR THE CELEBRATION OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESS

"MIROSLAV TICHÝ OR THE CELEBRATION OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESS"

PhotoEspaña. Museo del Romanticismo. Madrid

June 2nd - August 28th 2016

Tichý's work is directly linked to the photographic support: ranging from the production of the cameras that he made himself with waste material to the process of developing. The personality and delicateness of his work is an intimate portrait of his home city, and at the same time is a universal, timeless portrait of woman.

2015
ARCHITECTURES AND SPACES IN THE RAC COLLECTION

"ARCHITECTURES AND SPACES IN THE RAC COLLECTION"

CentroCentro Cibeles. Madrid.

July 1st - November 8th 2015

The exhibition with a selection of 50 pieces from the Rac collection, illustrates the harmony between international contemporary art and the experience and interpretation of space and architecture.

Open Studio

"OPEN STUDIO"

October, 1st- 4th 2015

Artists' studios opening, educational activities, professionals and collectors programs.

 
Tabacalera / Estancias

"TABACALERA / ESTANCIAS"

September 2015

Cultural Agent Network Program. Latin American Residency Program. 4 selected curators.

Giorgio Griffa

"GIORGIO GRIFFA"

Catalogue published by Rafael Pérez-Hernando Arte Contemporáneo. Texts by Giorgio Griffa and Pia Ogea

February 2015

Three years ago I discovered the work of Giorgio Griffa (born in Turin in 1936). Since then, he has remained in my mind like a haven of tranquillity, transcendence, harmony and mystery.

 
Steve Turner

"STEVE TURNER. Los Angeles"

ARCOmadrid

February 25th – March 1st 2015

Artists on show: Pablo Rasgado, Camilo Restrepo.

2014
Desde Oaxaca

"FROM OAXACA. EDGARDO ARAGÓN"

Tabacalera. Madrid

March 11th – May 4th 2014

With images influenced by the XIXth century Romantic landscape school and based in the beauty of Mexican country landscapes, Edgardo Aragón (Oaxaca, México 1985) portrays, the desperate situation of Oaxaca rural area. The artist conceives poetical images and metaphors, creating a contemporary visual universe inheriting from the Magical Realism.

2013
Motivos Persas

"PERSIAN MOTIVES"

Javier Núñez-Gasco

Project.

The danger implicit in beauty evokes its possible destruction. Persian Motives talks about the possible destruction of the object through the creative act, how political progress involves the destruction of previous ideals and its representation through traditional symbols.

Galería Espacio Líquido

"GALERIA ESPACIO LIQUIDO"

ARCOmadrid

13-17 February 2013

Artists on show: Chechu Alava, Edgardo Aragón, Gerardo Custance, Ellen Kooi, Kevin Simon Mancera, Amparo Sard.

2012
Urban memories

"URBAN MEMORIES"

Juan Garaizabal

May - October 2012. Thanks to the support of the City the project will remain permantly in Berlin.

“The Wandering Church”. Berlin

With the Project “Urban Memories” the Spanish artist Juan Garazaibal (Madrid, 1971) recovers the memory of emblematic buildings that have been destroyed worldwide.

2011
The ways of St James' in St. James' way. Europe

"THE WAYS OF ST JAMES’ IN ST JAMES’ WAY" EUROPE

Gabriel Díaz

July 2011

París: Tour Saint Jacques.

March-May 2011

Praga: Strahov Monastery.

The landscape observatory of the Canary Islands

"THE LANDSCAPE OBSERVATORY OF THE CANARY ISLANDS"

Daniel Buren

January 2011

The artist Daniel Buren (Boulogne-Billancourt, 1938) a pioneer of site-specific installation and art in public spaces participates at The Landscape Observatory of The Canary Islands.

2010
The way of St. James in St. James' way

"THE WAYS OF ST. JAMES IN ST. JAMES' WAY"

Gabriel Díaz

July-September 2010

In the space of six years, Gabriel Díaz (Pamplona, 1968) journeyed on foot over 5,000 kilometres of the main Jacobean routes in Europe, taking a photograph every eleven steps. These images were subsequently transformed into the video-installation at the centre of this exhibition.

La saison des fetes

"LA SAISON DES FETES"

Pierre Huyghe

March 2010

The Palacio de Cristal was inaugurated in 1887 with an exhibition of the flora of the Philippines. Conceived specifically for this location (now dedicated to art projects commissioned by the Museo Reina Sofia), Pierre Huyghe’s La saison des fêtes, is loosely framed by the site’s history and former functions.

2009
The house the cat built

"THE HOUSE THE CAT BUILT"

Rirkrit Tiravanija

February - June 2009

Rirkrit Tiravanija’s "The House the Cat Built", 2008-2009, is one of the artist’s richest and most personal works in terms of its autobiographical content, the conceptual foundations it brings to bear on the organisation of space, the fourteen world-renowned artists whose works it exhibits, and its tie-in with a programme of cultural activities that aspires to a critical reflection on contemporary western lifestyles.

Structuralism and experimentation

"STRUCTURALISM AND EXPERIMENTATION IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE 60S">

Manuel de la Peña

October 2008 - January 2009

This exhibition wishes to show the importance of modernity in the culture of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria during the 20th century, particularly in fields related to architecture. It therefore shows proposals which, from 1955 on, approach the regeneration of the dominant styles.

 
Present Tense

"PRESENT TENSE"

Stéphanie N'Duhirahe, Omer Fast, Antoni Muntadas, Marcel Odenbach and Martha Rosler

October 2008 - January 2009

The show sets out to reflect the instability that we have incorporated into the routine of our daily lives, a routine in which we accept ambiguity and uncertainty with an amazing degree of confidence.

 
2008
Marx®

"MARX®"

A PSJM's project

July - October 2008

By means of simulacra, the MARX® project reflects the paradoxes involved in any criticism of the system within present-day capitalism, and immerses itself in the concerns surrounding the identity of the individual. After creating and registering the MARX® trademark, the artists have produced a series of objects on which it is represented, including jeans, shirts, dresses and shoes.

Long live death!

¡VIVA LA MUERTE! / LONG LIVE DEATH!

Group exhibition

April - June 2008

The Cuyás Theatre, the Island Library, the Christopher Columbus House Museum, the Gran Canaria Espacio Digital Centre of Plastic Arts and CAAM have coordinated activities which bring together theatre, film and visual arts focusing on a programme studying the contemporary perspective of death, all rounded off with a debate and a seminar.

 
Lines of sight

"LINES OF SIGHT"

Fernando Arrocha / Ángela Cuadra, Ursula Biemann, Multiplicity, Rashid Masharawi

November 2007 - January 2008

Through four projects, the Lines of sight exhibit aims to analyse how globalisation and the new communication and advertising technologies affect different aspects of the new world order.

 
2007
Images from th other side

"IMAGES FROM THE OTHER SIDE"

Jon Mikel Euba, Iñaki Garmendia and Anri Sala

July - October 2007

The artists participating in this exhibition -Jon Mikel Euba, Iñaki Garmendia and Anri Sala- use darkness as their background canvass. From these depths, mysterious images arise –faces, silhouettes, atmospheres, sounds and even animals. A sensation of calm slowly infuses the spectator.

Crossing Walls

"CROSSING WALLS"

Jonas Dahlberg, Jana Leo y Jane & Louise Wilson

April - July 2007

Is an exhibition comprising three audio-visual installations which explore one of the elements common to film and architecture: movement. In this respect, both film and architecture are based on movement and they are both disciplines which roam, flow and, in that movement, generate emotions and psychological states in the spectator.

 
Terra ultra incógnita

"TERRA ULTRA INCOGNITA "

Joseph Kosuth

February - April 2007

For this exhibition, the artist, an international point of reference in Conceptual Art, has created four installations specifically designed for the occasion and produced by the CAAM in two of its exhibition rooms and two of the city’s museums: Casa de Colón (Christopher Columbus’ House Museum) and El Museo Canario (The Canary Islands Museum).

 

 

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