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Magazine

16 October 2010
Pues tocaba televisión

Martí Manen

En Barcelona van a coincidir dos exposiciones que ponen en relación arte y televisión: En Macba y en Arts Santa Mónica. En dos de los espacios más importantes de la ciudad se acercan al mismo tema en el mismo momento. Está por ver si desde la misma óptica o no, si se trata de proyectos complementarios o antagónicos. También está por ver si entre las instituciones se comentan las programaciones previamente para buscar encuentros, o si se programa sin saber qué hacen los otros en la misma ciudad. O si se compite a ver quién inaugura antes.

Exhibition curator and art critic. Yes, after Judith Butler it is possible to be several things at once. He thinks that questions are important and that, sometimes, to ask means to point out.

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