Activities 2014

Manuel Jurado

Córdoba. From 16 Dec to 13 Feb 2015

Manu Jurado brings his exhibition ‘Hasta el cuello (Neck deep) to Cordoba for the first time, which is a true accumulation of intentions, sensations, and feelings, in which the relationship between the work and the spectator is highly important.

Javier Artero • Fran Conde • Javier Valverde • Victoria Maldonado • José Luis Valverde

Málaga. From 11 Dec to 15 Feb 2015

On the basis of a formal heterogeneity and a thematic multiplicity framed in daily life, the artists present a series of pieces whose common point is the conflict between the accuracy of representation as an independent entity and the unbreakable symbolic reference to that referenced.

Jonás Torres

Sevilla. From 04 Dec to 20 Feb 2015

Estructura moral del paraíso (Moral structure of paradise) is a delicate connection made by the author in which he joins three photographic projects and a video created from 878 photographs. In each of them, he represents, in his own way, the pillars underlying the crisis, such as emigration, job insecurity and evictions, and of course the state of miserable people clinging to the past good times.

Emmanuel Lafont • Pablo Caro Revidiego

Málaga. From 25 Sep to 16 Nov 2014

This exhibition is a small creative workshop-laboratory, containing processes, tests, metamorphoses, and conclusive works. Cyanotypes, postcards, floral curtains, sounds, drawings and notebooks (artists’ books) flow through the room, in which the passage of time modifies the physiognomy of part of the works.

Lola Guerrera

Córdoba. From 23 Sep to 21 Nov 2014

To talk face to face with this concept is to establish a relationship with the essence of a self-absorbed humanity, which does not stop looking for solutions to the essential questions for which there are no answers.

Julián Baena

Córdoba. From 19 Sep to 20 Nov 2014

In ‘Mi jefe dice que soy un ingenuo, un soñador (My boss says that I’m naïve, a dreamer) Julián Baena had a period of reflection that is natural and necessary in the creative evolution of all artists in which the experiences and events of their voluntary exiles are reflected in their works.

Erika Pardo Skoug • Violeta Niebla • Florencia Rojas • Rocío Verdejo • Silvia Álvarez

Málaga. From 03 Jul to 31 Aug 2014

Mermaids (in ancient Greek, Σειρήν Seirến, ‘chained’, perhaps related to the Sanskrit Kimera, ‘chimera’) are mythical creatures, originating in Greek mythology and are very common in fantastic narrations of western literature.

Eugenio Rivas

Córdoba. From 08 May to 04 Jul 2014

The different projects that make up ‘Just Animals’ propose that we think about the human condition. We use animal diversity and the power of the fable as binders of folk wisdom, and powerful tools to delve into the social and cultural nuances that determine man.

Mercedes Pimiento

Sevilla. From 29 Apr to 27 Jun 2014

The title of the exhibition and the label that is used to indicate that, inside a container, there is a fragile and possibly a valuable element that is to be transported from one place to another, which suggests to us concepts related to fragility, care, and even intimacy.

Alicia Roy

Málaga. From 24 Apr to 15 Jun 2014

The project was created based on the extreme experience of the artist Alicia Roy with regard to the fire that occurred in August 2012 in the province of Malaga. Her family estate, a place of many memories, encounters and dreams, was burned down.

Alegría y Piñero

Córdoba. From 25 Feb to 25 Apr 2014

Encicloscopio’, the term under which Alegría YPiñero encompass their whole artistic project, defines their creative process as a look into a circle that, putting the image as the centre, traces new perspectives on the latter: unusual points of view that show us what was hidden in a view that was too direct.

María Reyes

Córdoba. From 20 Feb to 14 Apr 2014

The project is part of addresses concepts linked to domestic life and the obsolescence of objects that condense memory. The imaginary is constructed on the basis of re-reading field work and adding interpretations, using abandonment and ruin as an ideal material support on which to cross time scales.

José María Escalona

Málaga. From 30 Jan to 30 Mar 2014

In ‘Los fantasmas vinculantes. Infancia, exorcismo y renacimiento (The binding ghosts. Childhood, exorcism, and rebirth), the primary premise is to confirm, and make lasting an event that is instantaneous or not, ephemeral or eternal, specific, theirs or yours, such that the experiential becomes transcendental.

Ana Barriga

Sevilla. From 19 Dec to 07 Feb 2014

Panel de control. Pintura fragmentada (Control panel. Fragmented painting) is about reviewing the use of fragments in painting. Adapting a non-linear and flexible process that expands the range of artistic possibilities. It applies the laboratory concept of assuming errors and findings as work methods.

María Ortega Estepa

Córdoba. From 17 Dec to 14 Feb 2014

‘Mapping-me deals with paths and landscapes such as cosmology of recognisable new mechanisms as an element of introspection. The paths are displayed as new metaphors, new lands to conquer.

Javier Artero • Moreno & Grau

Málaga. From 11 Nov to 06 Jan 2014

Tres Estados (Three States) is a framework of common reflection motivated by the space in which the project is carried out, the Iniciarte Space of El Palmeral de las Sorpresas, a place that historically was taken by the sea.