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Ejercicios de traslado: collections 9915

Based on the funds of the Spanish art collections grouped around the Association 9915, the exhibition aims to discuss the heterogeneity of contemporary art from the considerations that associate it with the exotic, the anachronistic and fantasy, and places this … Continued


19 February - 23 April 2015

Alcobendas Art Center, Madrid @en, Spain

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link: http://www.centrodeartealcobendas.org/es/ejercicios-traslado-colecciones-9915


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Based on the funds of the Spanish art collections grouped around the Association 9915, the exhibition aims to discuss the heterogeneity of contemporary art from the considerations that associate it with the exotic, the anachronistic and fantasy, and places this reflection displacement of the center-periphery axis. The exhibition feature works, among others, by Carlos Garaicoa, Ernesto Neto, Liliana Porter, Alfredo Jaar, Mónica Begoa, Alexander Apostol, Tunga, Jorge Macchi and Doris Salcedo.

Carlos Garaicoa (La Habana, 1967) – Glenda León (La Habana, 1976) – Fernando Bryce (Lima, 1965) – Sandra Gamarra (Lima, 1972) – Paula Usuga (Medellín, 1975) – Fernanda Gomes (Rio de Janeiro, 1960) – Carlos Motta (Bogotá, 1978) – Ernesto Neto (Rio de Janeiro, 1964) – Nelson Leirner (Sao Paulo, 1932) – Liliana Porter (Buenos Aires, 1941) – Vik Muniz (Sao Paulo, 1961) – José Dávila (México, 1974) – Alexander Apóstol (Barquisimeto, 1969) – Alfredo Jaar (Santiago de Chile, 1956) – Allora & Calzadilla (Jennifer Allora, Filadelfia, 1974) – Guillermo Calzadilla (La Habana, 1971) – Damián Ortega (Ciudad de México, 1967) – Francis Alÿs (Amberes, 1959) – Jorge Macchi (Buenos Aires, 1963) – Jorge Marcos López (Santa Fe, Argentina, 1958) – Marlon Azambuja (Sto. Antôni da Patrulha-RS, Brasil, 1978) – Leandro Erlich (Buenos Aires, 1972) – Wilfredo Prieto (Santi Spíritus, Cuba, 1978) – Juan Pablo Ballester (Camagüey, Cuba, 1966) – Alexandre Arrechea (Trinidad, Cuba, 1970) – Mónica Bengoa (Santiago de Chile, 1969) – José Damasceno (Río de Janeiro, 1968) – Tunga Antonio José de Barros Carvalho (Palmares PE, 1952) – Waltercio Caldas (Río de Janeiro, 1946) – José Gabriel Fernández (Caracas, 1957) –Yaima Carrazana (Santiago de Cuba, 1981) – Arturo Hernández Alcázar (Ciudad de México, 1978) – Doris Salcedo (Bogotá, 1958) – Marco Maggi (Montevideo, 1957) – Guillermo Kuitca (Buenos Aires, 1961).

exhibited artwork

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