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A*DESK presents another A*LIVE event, our presential and audiovisual format at which we discuss current topics. At A*LIVE: Artists, Status and other Contradictions we organised a meeting to discuss the recent unanimous approval…Read more
Curated by Carolina Ciuti and Xavier Acarín, Produir, Produir, Produï(t) is one of the main exhibitons of the current edition of Loop festival, because it marks the starting date of the…Read more
This year Loop changes its dates and promises an intense month of November with the fair, exhibitions, video programs, projections, talks and interventions that are expanded around the city and…Read more
Dierk Schmidt who presents himself at the Palacio Velázquez in Madrid is an activist who hunts the ghosts of the colonial era. The silent and muzzled conscience of Europe of…Read more
In the eighties, emerging cyberfeminist trends began to give way to the first theoretical tools for decolonising the instrumentalisation of science and technology. Several female feminist theoreticians imploded the idea…Read more
‘I wanted to remove these works from the placard’, announced Roberto Jacoby at the press conference to Traidores los días que huyeron (Treacherous Were the Days That Fled), an alternative…Read more
Coinciding with the new season of gallery shows after the summer, Art Barcelona is once again organising Art Nou, the programme that brings new artists to the Barcelona gallery scene….Read more
The works of Allan McEwen portray a time and a space in which the recipient of the message has lost his relevance. The intimate language has taken a dialectic of…Read more
Louise Bourgeois returns to Berlin with the installation The Empty House at the Schinkel Pavillon, her first solo exhibition after her death that presents the last two decades of work…Read more
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