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3 June - 26 September 2021. Ground floor

CARLES FONTSERÉ AND CAMILO JOSÉ CELA. NUEVA YORK AMARGA

Curator: Santiago Olmo, Adolfo Sotelo, con la participación de Covadonga Rodríguez

Artist: Camilo José Cela e Carles Fontseré

In 2017, the CGAC purchased Camilo José Cela’s photographic archive, which until then was deposited in the Fundación Camilo José Cela in Iria Flavia, in Padrón. This archive is made up of three collections of photographs and negatives that were …

11 June - 26 September 2021

CAMIÑOS I

Curator: Alberto Cartón y Santiago Olmo

Artist: Varios

Paths is a project that deals with the act of walking, strolling and the experience of the path, of wandering, of the itinerary, of pilgrimage as artistic phenomena and experiences.

2 July - 3 October 2021. Hall, Ground floor and Double Space

DAVID LAMELAS FAR AMÉRICA

Curator: Pedro de Llano Neira

Artist: David Lamelas

David Lamelas (Buenos Aires, 1946) is a key figure in the field of conceptual art and one of the most important in the Argentinean art world of the sixties. From the very beginning of his career, his oeuvre has been characterised by its unique c…

29 October 2021 - January 2022. Ground floor and basement

HAMISH FULTON

Curator: Pep Benlloch

Artist: Hamish Fulton

In the nineteen-sixties, Hamish Fulton (London, 1946) became known as one of a group of British artists exploring new ways of understanding sculpture in the context of the dematerialisation of the artistic object. In particular, Fulton's practice w…

SUSO FANDIÑO. WUNDERKAMMER

Curator: Mónica Maneiro

Artist: SUSO FANDIÑO

In 1952, André Malraux published Le Musée imaginaire de la sculpture mondiale (The Imaginary Museum of World Sculpture), a key text in the historiography of 20th century art, relegated to the background by the preeminence of postmodern aesthet…
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