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Wednesday, 16th of April of 2014

27 NEGROS. 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.

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Wednesday, 16th of April of 2014

100 YEARS WITH ALEJANDRO DE LA SOTA

2013 is the one hundredth anniversary of Alejandro de la Sota’s birth. Like all commemorations, this anniversary is the perfect excuse to recall and reprise the man, his work, his teaching and, perhaps most relevant of all, the currency of his legacy.

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Wednesday, 9th of April of 2014

CHELO MATESANZ. MY THINGS UNDER OBSERVATION

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.


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Wednesday, 15th of January of 2014

CGAC FILM PROGRAM. ITALIAN CINEMA SERIES

To celebrate these past twenty years, the CGAC Film Program is kicking off on a nostalgic note, with a celebration—the twentieth anniversary of the founding of Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea and the twentieth anniversary of Fellini’s death. This forum will provide the opportunity to showcase a series of contemporary Italian cinema pieces, from an unreleased film by Nanni Moretti to the world premiere of titles such as Romanzo di una strage (Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy), by Marco Tullio Giordana.

All screenings will be held at 8:30 p.m. in the auditorium. Free entry until filled to capacity.

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Friday, 22nd of November of 2013

EXPOSICIÓN 93

93 is an exhibition designed to take us back to the early nineties, when the CGAC opened its doors to the public for the first time. Like a slice of history, the show focuses on the nineteen­nineties art scene, which,particularly in the Iberian Peninsula, underwent a deep transformation after the normalisation of the political system and the advent of democracy in Spain and Portugal.

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