The IEB Institut d'Estudis Baleàrics, Ibiza, presents 4 balearic artists reasoning on the various declensions at JustMAD, Palacio de Neptuno, Madrid (Feb 2019) and JustLX, Museo de Carris, Lisbon (May 2019).
Back to the Future: Can new art practices arise from curating archives?
Paper presented during the symposium 'Institutions and Archives' at Royal Festival Hall, London. Organised by Birkbeck, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Art and Royal College of Art.
Cristina Nuñez: Someone To Love
Boiler Room, Oslo
Images forming a sort of "lifeline" and a video portray the artists and her family, investigating the relationships with and among them.
State of Matter
Solo show by Danilo Giannoni. Co-curated with Lily Leung. Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong; and IIC Italian Institute of Culture, Los Angeles. in collaboration with Eastation Gallery, Beijing and Hong Kong.
Cristina Gori: Vault Over
IKONA International School of Photography, London
The artist transforms herself into some of the sculptures from Qin Shi Huang’s Terracotta Army.
Nascita dell'uomo libero
Villa Bolasco and Galleria Flavio Stocco, Castelfranco Veneto
Solo show by Italian young artist Mattia Novello working between installation and photography.
Growing in Lightness
Sabrina Casadei and Giulio Zanet start from the book Invisible Cities to elaborate a collaborative installation about journeys of the mind.
Vulpes Pilum Mutare
Musei Civici, Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza
Among the artists: Franko B., Matteo Basilè, Francesco Carone, Vittorio Corsini, Marco Fantini, Laurina Paperina.
Guido Airoldi: Circus Lupiensis
Castello Carlo V, Lecce
The solo show presents a comprehensive selection of de-collages of animal stolen from circus posters and decontextualised.
Arianna Carossa: Sound of My Soul
Castello di Rivara Centro d'Arte Contemporanea, Torino
Site specific and multi media installations dealing with the meaning of 'authenticity'.
A temporary commission to Icelandic artist Rósa Sigrún Jónsdóttir in 14 windows of the street Van Der Helstplein, Amsterdam. Gross (Grasses) is an installation involving the reproduction of healing plants by crochet.
An essay presenting the main projects of the Catalan artists with special focus on his participative projects across theatre and architecture, including his projects for the 57th Venice Biennale and Manifesta12.
Programme and award for young curators in UK and Greece organised by NEON Foundation, Athens, and Whitechapel Gallery, London in collaboration with Dimitris Daskalopoulos's
We Exist: Self-Portraits in Prison
Online exhibition documenting the participative project of Cristina Nuñez with a group of students of the Oslo Fotokunstskole and groups of inmates of three Norwegian prisons: Bredtveit, Ila and Ullersmo.
Acqua Aura: The Hidden Project
IIC Italian Institute of Culture and Galería H20, Barcelona
A show challenging the audience experimenting on new possibilities of display.
Her/Story: Women Behind the Camera
An exchange project between Norway and Spain about feminine identity in the two contry. The project consisted of workshops, filmed conversations and exhibitions in various locations of Oslo, Barcelona and Madrid.
A 1-month residency at USF supported by the Municipality of Bergen. An online exhibition and a publication, Morning Mood, on new context-based curatorial models are being prepared for release in early 2020.
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Ergin Cavusoglu, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Vikenti Komitski, Stefan Nikolaev, Nedko Solakov, Krassimir Terziev, Alexander Valchev