ETIQUETA 'installation'

Cachito Vallés

Sevilla. From 10 Jul to 13 Sep 2020

In Continue Forever, Cachito Vallés alludes to the perceived cyclical quality of time in its most poetic version.

Katarzyna Pacholik

Cádiz. From 14 Dec to 15 Feb 2020

'Towards Nightfall' is Katarzyna Pacholik a response to the issues our postmodern culture faces as a consequence of the omnipresence of new technologies.

Virginia Rota

. From 27 Apr to 23 Jun 2019

Virginia Rota is one of those rare artists capable of showing us what the old masters are painting today.

Miguel Ángel Benjumea

Sevilla. From 16 Feb to 13 Apr 2019

Miguel Ángel Benjumea’s re-enactment, featuring a solitary woman wandering in a desolate landscape as she insistently repeats phrases from Stein’s libretto.

Jose Iglesias Gª-Arenal

Córdoba. From 26 May to 29 Jul 2018

Jose Iglesias Gª-Arenal presents a series of sculptural pieces that work as spatial models.

Arturo Comas

Sevilla. From 25 May to 29 Jul 2018

In the work of Arturo Comas we find a series of operable mechanisms, objects the author activates while inviting us, the spectators, to imagine that we are also participating in that action. However, Comas’s devices possess the nonsensical quality of uselessness, and some even lead us to project all our fears and frustrations on them.

Moreno & Grau

Córdoba. From 19 Dec to 18 Feb 2018

The idea of landscape in Shore to Shore proposes a series of connections of a phenomenological (how and why do the events that define a river come about), materialistic (what are their physical and organic attributes) and telluric order (what mark do they leave on their people).

Julia Llerena

. From 15 Dec to 11 Feb 2018

The work of Julia Llerena is structured on a clear, almost scientific axis of coordinates, like the axes used in physics to represent the relationship between space, time and motion.

Regina Pérez Castillo • Arturo Comas • Álvaro Escalona • Miguel Ángel Benjumea • Fernando G. Méndez

Málaga. From 10 Nov to 29 Dec 2017

The exhibition is curated by Regina Pérez Castillo with the artists Artuto Comas, Álvaro Escalona, Miguel Ángel Benjumea and Fernando G. Méndez.

María Alcaide

Córdoba. From 29 Sep to 26 Nov 2017

bureau désespoir recreates the stylised ruins of a paradigmatic space from the dawn of cognitive capitalism in order to talk about another setting: the spaces of art as places of production, accumulation and exploitation.

INICIARTE

ACTIVITIES

Sala de Exposiciones Santa Inés

From 19 Sep to 22 Nov 2020
Espacio Iniciarte Córdoba

From 25 Sep to 29 Nov 2020

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