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07 November 2009
Aquí y ahora

Demasiado a menudo nos quejamos del exceso de institucionalización, de lo difícil que es hacer y que pasen “cosas”. Pero, afortunadamente, de vez en cuando, alguien toma la inciativa y se pone manos a la obra. ¿Quieres hacer una exposición? Pues, hazla.

Se inauguró el viernes 6 de noviembre y termina mañana 8 de noviembre. Se titula “Entes” y reúne a una treintena (treinta y uno, para ser más exactos) de artistas vinculados al contexto barcelonés. El lugar: un piso de 40 metros cuadrados en el barrio de Gracia.

La exposición es tan fresca como irregular, pero lo que aporta al panorama es energía, dinamismo, colaboración e intercambio. En definitiva, todo lo que contribuye a la creación de contexto.

Montse Badia has never liked standing still, so she has always thought about travelling, entering into relation with other contexts, distancing herself, to be able to think more clearly about the world. The critique of art and curating have been a way of putting into practice her conviction about the need for critical thought, for idiosyncrasies and individual stances. How, if not, can we question the standardisation to which we are being subjected?

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