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While the multiple conversations of the assembly members are reconfiguring their own plans for the redevelopment of the marginalized neighbourhoods of the city of Asunción called “los Bañados”, where more…Read more
The Toledan night is an expression that is built up orally over the centuries, using an assumed historical fact with obvious shades of legend. The origin of its meaning can…Read more
Ourownroom is a curatorial project by art historian Inés Ruíz Artola. The project began in October 2020 and is planned to end on March 8, 2021, coinciding with the celebration…Read more
A reflection on the intimate experience of death, its imaginaries and the recovery of the symbolic frameworks of grief and loss I’m going to get rich, yeah, fuck it,…Read more
Twenty years after exhibiting at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA), William Kentridge returns to Barcelona with an exhibition at the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB),…Read more
Each event reverberates, relates and activates other actions – physical, conceptual, emotional. In this way, a network of interconnections and analogies can be woven, where subaltern knowledge reaches more spheres…Read more
vis.; V; Lubricán. There is a recurrent something in some of Julia Spinola’s latest exhibition titles. A sort of invitation to synthesis, a state in which, from hints, it is…Read more
The symbolic uses of doors are often only noticeable when they don’t work as we expect. Doors are thresholds, entrance or exit. They delimit private and public spaces. Also, those…Read more
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