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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
Last February, Niño de Elche published his latest work under the title Antología del cante flamenco heterodoxo, produced with Refree and Pedro G. Romero, that proposes conceiving flamenco as a…Read more
“—His eyes are opened—she said. —This is what they do when they die. – Ingrid explained–. They open their eyes, but they don’t see”. Austin Wright Samuel Beckett says somewhere…Read more
The pieces of AES+F that are shown, until October the 7th, in the Art and History Museum of Geneva, cover the production of the last ten years of the Russian…Read more
The artist Jorge Fin goes to the mountain to honour life in the countryside through drawings on tiles inspired in Walden by Thoreau. The exhibition in Palacio Almudí in Murcia…Read more
Entering Farce and Artifice, Melanie Smith’s exhibition, we should let this ideal title warn us of what we are going to see. Organized from seven key words (abstraction, urban, colour, body, nature,…Read more
The metre, a length unit standard in the international system of measurement, reveals a constant relationship between time and space. The first modern attempt to create a system not linked…Read more
There is something ritual in the fact of having to take our shoes off to walk through a gallery. This is what we must do when we visit Baharestan Carpet,…Read more
"A desk is a dangerous place from which to watch the world" (John Le Carré)