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The Moment is Collective, Collaborative and Mobile The 12th edition of the MOMENTUM Nordic Biennale is quite special. Together as To Gather is an invitation to meet, to be together….Read more
In the last year we have seen several art projects address the complexity of the Mediterranean territory. Among them, El Mediterráneo: un mar redondo (The Mediterranean: A Round Sea) curated…Read more
We have sometimes relied on the mass as an engine of emancipation, as a space in which to finally resolve that Adornoian dilemma between bourgeois high culture and popular culture…Read more
In one of her latest books, entitled 15M. El tiempo de las plazas, Julia Ramírez-Blanco describes the precarious aesthetics as characteristic of the transnational activism of the 1990s and 2000s,…Read more
Lecture for Marco Scotini’s book presentation L’inarchiviabile. L’archivio contro la storia (Meltemi Editore, Collana GeoArchivi, Milan, 2023), together with Marcella Campagnano and Ugo La Pietra, at FM Centro per l’Arte…Read more
At the end of the seventies, children paint on the cobblestones of the Bairro da Sé, in Oporto; a crowd celebrates the lighting of the Pozo del Tío Raimundo in…Read more
If a whitish light settled on your forest, rivers of a silver milky light would be created in its filtrations, of a singular brightness as if it were on a…Read more
After the Mediterranean is an exhibition curated by Oriol Fontdevila that explores possible imaginaries. Overcoming the classical references to the Mediterranean as a sea of tranquility, commercial exchange and melting…Read more
Every three or four years, one comes across a newspaper interview with Vincent Delieuvin, curator of the Louvre, in charge of ensuring the good condition of La Gioconda. In his…Read more