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Contemporary art celebrates the rebirth of textiles! In 2022, weaving has become one of the favorite expressions of contemporary artists. Women artists have managed to resignify a practice, in principle,…Read more
One of the first gestures that Elvira Dyangani Ose made after being appointed director of MACBA was to erase the chronology that introduced the previous exhibition of the museum’s collection,…Read more
Coalescence (Coalescences, Coalitions, Collisions, Collapses) is an example of an organic curatorial project that arises at a certain moment and evolves over time and changes to continue to exist and…Read more
Marcel Duchamp continues to be a good starting point for thinking and warning about the present. Although we should avoid mystifying him, he is a complex figure who opened up…Read more
Galicia is an animist space, a remote territory in the northwest of the peninsula where the soul finds refuge in nature and which could be thought of as the mecca…Read more
There is something in the artist Giuliana Racco’s new project that is reminiscent of Laura Esquivel’s memorable book Como agua para chocolate(Like Water for Chocolate) and its unforgettable recipe for…Read more
Autumn is a time of nostalgia, new projects, cold mornings and hot stews that invigorate our bodies after long hours of work, a season that inspires us to share a…Read more
In Pamplona everything has a Nordic air: waste containers that open with cards, people in suits on bicycles, intelligent buildings in front of others of official protection. Navarre is also…Read more
Douglas Coupland, author of Generation X (1991) and Generation A (2009), is best known as the man who can see the future. A couple of years ago he proclaimed to…Read more
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