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23 March - 1 July 2018

CARLOS GARAICOA. EL PALACIO DE LAS TRES HISTORIAS

Curator: Claudia Gioia

Artist: Carlos Garaicoa

Carlos Garaicoa (Havana, 1967) observes cities, architectures and unrealised dreams—some already forgotten and others still within reach. He interprets their story lines, their grievances and indelible memories and then, with a tireless creativ…

17 February - 17 June 2018

MUNTADAS. STRATEGIES OF DISPLACEMENT

Curator: Alicia Chillida

Artist: Antoni Muntadas

Antoni Muntadas (Barcelona, 1942), a figure of reference in international art, is building a transdisciplinary discourse centred on criticism of the media; he places the extensive function of art in interaction with social sciences, the mass …

25 November 2017 - 4 February 2018

MADAME B: EXPLORATIONS IN EMOTIONAL CAPITALISM

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Artist: Mieke Bal & Michelle Williams Gamaker

With the classic text of Gustave Flaubert as its starting point, this multi-channel installation by Mieke Bal and Michelle Williams Gamaker is a revisionist take on the 19th century novel was filmed in Åland, Finland in summer 2012 and Paris,…

9 November 2017 - 15 May 2018

A MODEL KIT. ART IN GALICIA IN CGAC COLLECTION

Curator: Santiago Olmo

Artist: Varios

Paraphrasing the title of perhaps the most experimental novel by Julio Cortázar, 62 / A Model Kit , the collection is conceived as a model kit, as an essential but pending task and always in progress for a museum. The exhibition as an attempt, …

11 October 2017 - 25 February 2018

EDUARDO BATARDA. MISE EN ABYME

Curator: Julião Sarmento

Artist: Eduardo Batarda

Eduardo Batarda (Coimbra, 1943) is one of the most recognised artists in Portugal and Mise en abyme is his first solo exhibition in Spain. Known for his paintings and watercolours, his work was first influenced by English pop art, comics and…

29 September 2017 - 28 January 2018

«Y». ÁLVARO NEGRO

Curator: David Barro

Artist: Álvaro Negro

Some artists arrive at a theme through research; others do so by inclination. Álvaro Negro clearly belongs to the former. An attentive look at his career discovers many reinterpretations, the result of acting unhurriedly and of a continuous dial…

30 June - 17 September 2017

LUIS GORDILLO. GENERAL CONFESSION

Curator: Juan Antonio Álvarez Reyes & Santiago Olmo

Artist: Luis Gordillo

General Confession is a retrospective of Luis Gordillo, curated by Juan Antonio Álvarez Reyes, director of the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo in Seville and  Santiago Olmo, director of the CGAC.

22 June - 29 October 2017

PLACE: CONTINGENCIES OF USE

Curator: Susana González

Artist: Patricia Esquivias, Luciana Lamothe & Sofía Táboas

Place: Contingencies of Use is an approach to the existential meaning of architectural space. The project shows site-specific works by the artists Patricia Esquivias, Luciana Lamothe and Sofía Táboas, produced for different locations within…

2 June - 21 November 2017

BATHERS. FOUND PHOTOGRAPHS, 1880-1963

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Artist: Xosé Manuel Buxán Bran

Bathers comprises an extensive set of anonymous photographs of semi-naked boys, scarcely covered by a swimsuit and pictured in contact with nature. Boys who appear outdoors: by beaches, swimming pools, in the countryside, beside lakes or river…

17 February - 28 May 2017

CRITICAL [EX]POSITIONS. CRITICAL DISCOURSES IN SPANISH ART, 1975-1995

Curator: Armando Montesinos & Mariano Navarro

Artist: Varios

The project Critical [Ex]positions. Critical Discourses in Spanish Art, 1975-1995 , directed by Santiago Olmo and curated by Armando Montesinos and Mariano Navarro, aims to highlight the existence of critical criteria and interpretations that …

4 November 2016 - 22 January 2017

BERTA CÁCCAMO. EXPANSIÓN ENSAIO

Curator: David Barro

Artist: Berta Cáccamo

With an early vocation, Berta Cáccamo (Vigo, 1963) grew up in a universe linked to the creation. Considered one of the most important Spanish painters of his generation.

28 october 2016 - 29 january 2017

EVA LOOTZ. CUT THROUGH THE FOG

Curator: Alicia Murría

Artist: Eva Lootz

Born in Vienna but residing in Spain since 1968, Eva Lootz occupies a unique place within her generation. In 1994 she received the Spanish National Visual Arts Prize in recognition of her important contribution to the Spanish artistic panorama, a…

15 July - 16 October 2016

STEFAN BRÜGGEMANN. TO BE POLITICAL IT HAS TO LOOK NICE

Curator: Santiago Olmo

Artist: Stefan Brüggemann

The work of Stefan Brüggemann (México City, 1975 has opened up a different way of addressing the sociological and cultural aspects of language. His work deals with those linguistic contradictions that make up the paradoxes of living and coexist…

30 June - 2 October 2016

REREADING THE COLLECTION

Curator: Santiago Olmo

Artist: Varios

The core of any museum is its collection. The collection is a patrimonial symbol of a shared cultural memory. A territory and a culture build their identity through memory. In order to keep the memory active and not just nostalgic, it needs to b…

22 April - 28 June 2016

GROUPING_UNGROUPING: BREAKS IN REPRESENTATION

Curator: Ángel Cerviño e Alberto González-Alegre

Artist: Jorge Barbi, Carme Nogueira, Simón Pacheco, Pamen Pereira, Isaac Pérez Vicente e María Ruido

Between the advent of Atlántica and the emergence of Pontevedra’s School of Fine Arts, Galicia has witnessed the development of the work of a long list of artists of varying academic backgrounds and with very different aesthetic ideas and conc…

15 April - 19 June 2016

MARISA GONZÁLEZ. DOMESTICATED RECORDS

Curator: Rocío de la Villa

Artist: Marisa González

Domesticated Records is a project that seeks to show the unity that lies behind the themed, technical and formal motivation present throughout the artist's forty-five year long career. The exhibit, organized by the Spanish Ministry of Educati…

31 March - 12 June 2016

ANTONI SOCÍAS. THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE DESERT

Curator: Santiago Olmo

Artist: Antoni Socías

The exhibition Theory and Practice of the Desert is a journey through the processes that are present in the work of Antoni Socias. Photography and painting, objects, installations and videos are linked through friction.

27 November 2015 - 13 March 2016

LUIS GONZÁLEZ PALMA. INTANGIBLE CONSTELLATIONS

Curator: Alejandro Castellote

Artist: Luis González Palma

The universe of Luis González Palma (Guatemala, 1957) is made up of theme-related constellations that orbit around his work in a never-ending flow and return cycle. Identity and memory —the pillars of his early photographic series— are approach…

29 October 2015 - 27 March 2016

JAVIER VALLHONRAT. INTERACTIONS

Curator: Santiago Olmo

Artist: Javier Vallhonrat

This project, brought to CGAC after being presented at the Museum University of Navarra, constitutes the most recent body of work by artist Javier Vallhonrat. Under the title Interactions , it brings together 52 photographs, seven videos and a …

18 September - 15 November 2015

ARISSA. THE SHADOW AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER. 1922-1936

Curator: Rafael Levenfeld e Valentín Vallhonrat

Artist: Antoni Arissa

Arissa. The Shadow and the Photographer. 1922-1936 is a photographic exhibition by Colección Telefónica devoted to the Catalan artist Antoni Arissa (Sant Andreu, 1900 - Barcelona 1980). The exhibition is the result of the work to recover pho…

16 July - 18 October 2015

REFLECTIONS. CGAC COLLECTION

Curator: Christina Ferreira Andrade

Artist: Varios

Chema Alvargonzález · Jorge Barbi · Alberto Barreiro · Rui Calçada Bastos · Mircea Cantor · Tono Carbajo · Elena del Rivero · Florentino Díaz · DSK · Suso Fandiño · Joseph Kosuth · Eva Lootz · Alicia Martín · Asier Mendizabal · Álvaro Negro · Pa…

24 April - 30 August 2015

VAL DEL OMAR. THE MECHA-MYSTICS OF CINEMA

Curator: Cristina Cámara

Artist: Val del Omar

The work of José Val del Omar (Granada, 1904- Madrid, 1982) displays his facets as inventor, visual poet and cinemist . With this neologism, Val del Omar’s intention was to combine the activity of the alchemist with that of the film-maker, and a…

19 March - 27 September 2015

MANUEL VILARIÑO. TECTÓNICA

Curator: Alberto Ruiz de Samaniego

Artist: Manuel Vilariño

Tectónica is not just another Manuel Vilariño exhibition. What is proposed here is an exploration into his creative and poetic world, but from a perspective which allows us to approach his work from an unprecedented angle or viewpoint.

6 March - 14 June 2015

EDIT: SEQUENCE/MEANING

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Patricia Almeida, Tono Arias, David Barreiro, André Cepeda, Dispara, Luis Díaz Díaz, António Júlio Duarte, José Pedro Cortes, Fabulatorio, …

On the basis of the experience and recognition of four publishing houses from Galicia and Portugal, (Dispara, Fabulatorio, Ghost and Pierre von Kleist), this exhibition is rooted in the rapport between the creative act and its subsequent publi…

6 March - 27 September 2015

CHRISTIAN GARCÍA BELLO. COMO TIZÓN QUEMADO

Curator: Alberto Carton

Artist: Christian García Bello

In Como tizón quemado , Christian García Bello (A Coruña, 1986) streamlines his creative process towards the contained convincing nature of the gesture and the uncompromising severity of a character in a state of specific and positively radi…

18 November 2014 - 5 April 2015

HOSPITALITY. WORKS FROM THE CGAC COLLECTION

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Antoni Abad, Lara Almarcegui, Helena Almeida, Juan Araujo, David Bestué & Marc Vives, Robert Breer, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Rui Calçada Bastos,…

The museological institution is a creation of the democratic and secularised society that found within it models for the diffusion of artistic creation as well as creation of another nature for free citizens with equal rights of access to educ…

31 October 2014 - 8 March 2015

CARLOS LEÓN. THE ORDER OF FIRST THINGS

Curator: Ángel Cerviño e Alberto González Alegre

Artist: Carlos León

This exhibit explores and structures some of the most recent series by the painter Carlos León (Ceuta, Spain, 1948). It looks with special interest into the game of interrelations—both artistic and conceptual—that are established between the radi…

17 October 2014 - 25 January 2015

ROSENDO CID. STAIRCASE WIT

Curator: Christina Ferreira

Artist: Rosendo Cid

The work of Rosendo Cid (Ourense, Spain, 1974) is based on key aspects ranging from a Dadaist spirit, as he often uses unaltered objects or images, to the somewhat serious or solemn questioning that appears to surround contem…

17 October 2014 - 22 February 2015

CRISTINA LUCAS. IT´S CAPITAL

Curator: Manuela Villa

Artist: Cristina Lucas

In It’s Capital Cristina Lucas (Jaén, Spain, 1973) takes a look at some of the great enigmas, paradoxes, and challenges posed by the current capitalist system through four new works designed specifically for the context of this exhibition.

4 July - 28 September 2014

JUAN USLÉ. DARK LIGHT

Curator: Stephan Berg

Artist: Juan Uslé

Since 1997 Juan Uslé has been working on a series of works known as his ‘black paintings,’ which takes a central position in his oeuvre. In the fifty paintings that make up the series Soñé que revelabas , most of them done at night, Usle carrie…

4 July - 19 October 2014

MARK MANDERS. CURCULIO BASSOS

Curator: Javier Hontoria

Artist: Mark Manders

Mark Manders (Volkel, Netherlands, 1968) is one of the most important international artists of the last two decades and boasts one of the most unique and personal bodies of work that can be seen on the international art scene. In addition to rep…

20 June - 2 November 2014

DIEGO SANTOMÉ. CORNER PIECE AND OTHER CONFLICTING SPACES

Curator: Agar Ledo

Artist: Diego Santomé

The discursive strategies that provide the foundation for the work of Diego Santomé (Vigo, 1966) are directly linked to the concepts of utopia and failure, equilibrium and instability. In both the selection of the materials and the work process,…

16 April - 15 June 2014

ONE HUNDRED YEARS WITH ALEJANDRO DE LA SOTA

Curator: Moisés Puente

Artist: Alejandro de la Sota

One hundred years after his birth, the CGAC holds an exhibition devoted to Spanish architect Alejandro de la Sota (Pontevedra, Spain, 1913 - Madrid, Spain, 1996). The show, which is organised by  ICO Foundation in collaboration with the …

16 April - 18 June 2014

COL.

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Varios

Usue Arrieta & Vicente Vázquez - François Bucher - Waltercio Caldas - André Cepeda - Patricia Esquivias - Suso Fandiño - Fermín Jiménez Landa - Loreto Martínez Troncoso - Chelo Matesanz - Fabio Morais - Pamen Pereira -  Gabriel P…

16 April - 15 June 2014

MISHA BIES GOLAS. 27 NEGROS, 2013-2014

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Artist: Misha Bies Golas

27 negros is an ensemble artwork consisting of 27 20 x 20 cm black monochrome pieces by 27 different authors. The result is a sort of commissioned anthology as well as a collective exercise in style.

16 April - 15 June 2014

PACO ROCHA. NATURALMENTE HUMANO

Curator: Christina Ferreira

Artist: Paco Rocha

Fortunately, everything that gives me pleasure and provides me with this feeling of peace and calm is related to my animal instincts and that is why my search begins with nature. I try to understand my existence, searching for little pieces of the …

4 April - 8 June 2014

CHELO MATESANZ. MY THINGS UNDER OBSERVATION

Curator: Chus Martínez Domínguez

Artist: Chelo Matesanz

This exhibit takes a look at the artistic career of Chelo Matesanz (Reinosa, Cantabria, Spain, 1964), beginning with her works from the end of the eighties until the most recent ones.

22 November 2013 – 23 March 2014

93 EXHIBITION

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Varios

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the CGAC presents 93, an exhibition designed to take us back to the early nineties, when the museum opened its doors to the public for the first time.

18 July - 20 October 2013

VÍCTOR GRIPPO. TRANSFORMACIÓN

Curator: Alicia Chillida

Artist: Víctor Grippo

For Víctor Grippo (Junín, 1936 – Buenos Aires, 2002) the artist’s work consists of deciphering the hidden meanings found under primary objects. Since he started his career as an artist in the oppressive Argentinian political climate of the ninet…

28 June - 6 October 2013

RICARDO BASBAUM. DIAGRAMAS

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez & Ricardo Basbaum

Artist: Ricardo Basbaum

Ricardo Basbaum (São Paulo, 1961) is a cultural agent who is very active, not only in the artistic sense, but also as a professor, researcher and curator. Diagramas is his first retrospective exhibition in Spain.

28 June - 13 October 2013

GRAHAM GUSSIN: CLEARBLUESKYDEEPDARKWATER

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Graham Gussin

Graham Gussin (London, 1960) uses a wide range of media, including texts, drawings, film, video, sound, photography and installation, to explore our perception of time, space and scale. His works frequently appropriate and manipulate images and lit…

22 March - 16 June 2013

JAMES WELLING: THE MIND ON FIRE

Curator: Anthony Spira

Artist: James Welling

The Mind on Fire is the first institutional exhibition in Spain by American artist James Welling (Hartford, Connecticut, 1951). Comprising a hundred and fifty works, the exhibition recreates some of the artist’s seminal photographic shows from Ne…

8 March - 9 June 2013

MIGUEL PALMA. MODERN DISCOMFORT

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Miguel Palma

Miguel Palma (Lisbon, 1964) takes over the forms and the narrative flow of a modernity that is in continuous interpretive mutation in order to work with concepts such as degeneration, failure or progress.

1 March - 16 June 2013

COLLECTION: ADQUISITIONS AND RECENT ADDITIONS

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez / Lourdes P. Seoane

Artist: varios

In an exercise of institutional transparency, this exhibition presents a selection of the works recently acquired for the permanent collection of the CGAC or added to the centres archives through the deposit of the ARCO Foundation Collection.

16 November 2012 - 10 March 2013

FORBIDDEN VIBRATIONS

Curator: Héctor Fouce, Xavier Valiño

Artist: Varios

In the same way as cinema or the press, pop and rock music could not escape the censoring action of the Franco regime. But in contrast to the first, the repression became harsher with regards to the latter just when the regime was starting to…

26 October 2012 - 17 February 2013

FERNANDO CASÁS. THE NOW IS OVER AND THE BEFORE IS YET TO COME

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Fernando Casás

Observation, compilation, indexation, discovery, re-creation. In an oeuvre marked by silent gestures, Fernando Casás (Gondomar, Pontevedra, Spain, 1946) has maintained a constant relationship of curiosity vis-à-vis nature. The traces left by the…

13 July - 4 November 2012

EUGENIO GRANELL AND CINEMA: A TWENTY-MINUTE FILM

Curator: Eduardo Valiña

Artist: Eugenio Granell

Eugenio Granell and cinema: a twenty-minute film is an exhibition conceived by the Eugenio Granell Foundation for the CGAC to celebrate the centenary of the artist’s birth. The exhibition, centred around his facet as filmmaker, is part of…

13 July - 30 September 2012

GRAVITY & DISGRACE EP. II

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: varios

Gravity & Disgrace Ep. II discusses works that do not attempt to illustrate a specific narrative purpose, but rather to enrich the initial context of the exhibit, making it at the same time denser and larger. Bringing these objects together i…

6 July - 7 October 2012

ESTHER FERRER. EN CUATRO MOVIMIENTOS

Curator: Rosa Olivares

Artist: Esther Ferrer

‘Accidents are part of the performance.’ ‘The idea must be good when the concept is bare and everybody can see it.’ ‘There is no freedom when everything is controlled by institutions.’ ‘I do not do art for others, I do art for myself.’ ‘Art is t…

30 March - 1 July 2012

GRAVITY & DISGRACE EP. I

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Manuel Eirís, Carla Filipe, Marlena Kudlicka, Paloma Polo, Diego Santomé

Parapharsing the title of the exhibit Gravity & Grace. The Changing Condition of Sculpture 1965-1975 , held in London in 1993, Gravity & Disgrace Ep. 1 is based on the principle of processual an theorical instability that caracterises co…

30 March - 24 June 2012

RAFEL G. BIANCHI. LA BANDERA EN LA CIMA

Curator: David G. Torres

Artist: Rafel G. Bianchi

La bandera en la cima is the first full presentation of the project that Rafel G. Bianchi began in 2007: painting in a detailed manner the fourteen highest mountains in the world, the fourteen eight-thousanders. A feat that in the world of mounta…

23 March - 17 June 2012

DE LA GENEROSIDAD. HELGA DE ALVEAR FOUNDATION COLLECTION

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: varios

De la generosidad falls within a series of exhibits that, over the past years, have been organised based on the Helga de Alvear Foundation Collection. On this occasion, the CGAC hosts a selection of works from this unique collection under the …

27 January - 13 April 2013

THE CGAC COLLECTION AT CENTRO TORRENTE BALLESTER, FERROL

Curator: Mónica Maneiro

Artist: Varios

The Centro Torrente Ballester in Ferrol will be hosting two exhibitions with works drawn from the CGAC Permanent Collection: Miradas cinematográficas. Colección CGAC  (Cinematic Gazes: CGAC Collection) and Pouco antes da tormenta có…

12th November 2011- 16th February 2012

JEFF WALL. THE CROOKED PATH

Curator: Joël Benzakin

Artist: Jeff Wall, Marcel Duchamp, Delacroix, Manet, Rodney Graham, Bruce Nauman, Ian Wallace, Rainer Fassbinder, Chris Burden, Frank Stella, Carl…

Between 12 November 2011 and 26 February 2012 the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea will be staging the exhibition entitled Jeff Wall. The Crooked Path , curated by Joël Benzakin and o rganized by the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels (Boza…

17th June - 16th October 2011

LESSONS ON OBJECTS. ANTÓN REIXA

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: Antón Reixa

An unrivalled figure in the context of Galician culture, Anton Reixa (Vigo, 1957) is not easy to classify. What best defines him is his umbilical relationship with language and the ways in which this becomes an instrument of poetic and socio-politi…

31 May - 16 October 2011

HOW THEY SEE US

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: varios

The exhibition entitled How they See Us gathers together pieces from the permanent CGAC collection and the ARCO Foundation collection; pieces that cover a period of almost thirty years (from 1970 to 2007) by artists from different generations and…

20th May - 18th September 2011

ARE YOU READY FOR TV?

Curator: Chus Martínez

Artist: Varios

This exhibition, presented at MACBA early in 2011, arrives at CGAC with the intention of showing audiences in Compostela how very different ways of understanding the images and the life of concepts have ended up tracing the horizon of our cultura…

25 February - 8 May 2011

RATIONAL ABSTRACTION

Curator: Mariano Navarro

Artist: Richard Aldrich, José Loureiro, Nico Munuera, Juan Uslé

Its drifting in two opposite and complementary senses has been a constant in abstraction¡s long journey, soon to complete its first 100 years. There i the path whose priority is inmediate, spontaneus and direct expression, and the there is that whi…

25 February - 29 May 2011

FERNANDO JOSÉ PEREIRA. APARENTEMENTE NADA SE PASSA

Curator: Xosé Lois Gutiérrez

Artist: Fernando Jose Pereira

Fernando Jose Pereira’s activity, which includes several resources and begins essentially in the nineteen-nineties, prefers the use of facilities and videos as mechanisms for carrying out a critical review of institutional criticism itself. Aware o…

4 February - 1 May 2011

ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO

Curator: Helena Tatay

Artist: Anna Maria Maiolino

After her presentation at the Fundació Antoni Tàpies, the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea hosts the first retrospective exhibition in Europe of the Italianborn Brazilian artist, Anna Maria Maiolino (Scalea, 1942), whose work is a reference for …

18 November 2010 – 13 February 2011

CRISTINA GARCÍA RODERO. TRANSTEMPO

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez e Mª José Villaluenga Garmendia

Artist: Cristina García Rodero

The Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC) and the S. A. de Xestión do Plan Xacobeo present the exhibition Transtempo, which includes a selection of images taken by Cristina García Rodero in Galicia from 1974 to the present. Through this series…

22 October 2010 – 2 January 2011

JANE & LOUISE WILSON. SUSPENDING TIME

Curator: Isabel Carlos

Artist: Jane & Louise Wilson

Curated by Isabel Carlos, Suspending Time is the largest individual exhibition ever produced by the British artists Jane & Louise Wilson in Spain. The exhibition ranges from their first work in video, Hypnotic Suggestion 505 (1993) until the mo…

1 October – 28 November 2010

THE INTERPRETED CITY

Curator: Pablo Fanego

Artist: Rubén Santiago

The project of Rubén Santiago (Sarria, 1974) can be found within the public art initiative The Interpreted City, jointly produced by the Council of Santiago, the Xacobeo and CGAC.

16 July – 10 October 2010

AFRO MODERN: JOURNEYS THROUGH THE BLACK ATLANTIC

Curator: Tanya Barson e Peter Gorschlüter

Artist: Varios

Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic takes its inspiration from Paul Gilroy’s seminal book The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness (1993). The exhibition is the first to trace in depth the impact of different black cultur…

28 May - 5 September 2010

IN SEARCH OF THE MIRACULOUS: THIRTY YEARS LATER

Curator: Pedro de Llano

Artist: Bas Jan Ader

The project In Search of the Miraculous: Thirty Years Later is centred on the last episode in a creative life that was marked by risk and adventure: the Ocean Wave , the boat in which the artist Bas Jan Ader set out in July 1975 to challenge nat…

16 abril - 27 xuño 2010

GILBERTO ZORIO

Curator: Gianfranco Maraniello

Artist: Gilberto Zorio

After Giovanni Anselmo (1995) and Giuseppe Penone (1999), CGAC will hola a Gilberto Zorio exhibition—internationally recognised as the unquestionable representative of the Arte Povera —he is the protagonist of one of the most comprehensive exhibit…

15 January - 21 March 2010

SUR LE DANDYSME AUJOURD´HUI

Curator: RMS La Asociación

Artist: varios

From Shop Window Mannequin to Media Star The Old Regime has fallen to the rhythm of the guillotine, equality is established as a principle, industrialisation modifies uses and customs, as well as imposing a new social class, the cities are ill…

15 January - 2 May 2010

SPECTRAL

Curator: Miguel von Hafe Pérez

Artist: varios

This rereading of the CGAC’s permanent collection is presented under the auspices of Arnulf Rainer’s 1985 funeral masks . The show, entitled Spectral , assembles works in a range of media including drawing, painting, video, print and sculptu…

8 October 2009 - 31 January 2010

WHERE DO CHARACTERS GO WHEN THE STORY IS OVER?

Curator: Eva González-Sancho

Artist: Dora García

The work of Dora García clearly stresses communication between artist and audience: Art represents the world no more, it becomes a producer of realities, often on the verge of fiction.

24 September 2009 - 3 January 2010

FAMILIAR FEELINGS. ON THE BOSTON GROUP

Curator: Manuel Segade

Artist: Diane Arbus, Larry Clark, Mark Morrisroe, Tabboo!, Kathleen White, Gail Thacker, Jack Pierson, David Arsmtrong, Philip-Lorca DiCorcia, Shel…

The portrait of an essential moment in time—the last breath of moral and sexual freedom brought about by the sixties, just prior to the crisis represented by the outbreak of AIDS.

11 June - 31 August 2009

SEBASTIAN ROMO. THE WILL OF THINGS

Curator: Víctor Palacios

Artist: Sebastián Romo

Romo’s artistic practice is distinguished by its ability to generate long-term processes of research and production that reveal his interest in combining a range of disciplines, supports and constructive methods

14 May - 20 September 2009

EVERYWHERE. SEXUAL DIVERSITY POLICIES IN ART

Curator: Juan Vicente Aliaga

Artist: Varios

Project structured on the dawning of diffe rentrepresentations of desire and of the several subjectivities, which confront convention and the patriarchal and heterosexist power.

12 March - 31 May 2009

THE HUMAN STAIN

Curator: Ellen Blumenstein

Artist: Varios

The Human Stain thus intends to make visible the paradigm shift in the understanding of subjectivity and departs from a selection of major works from early Concept Art out of the funds of the collections of CGAC.
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