Exhibition: Ways of seeing. satellite perspective

Fwd February 07 al December 11 2023
Soldier on colorful background

Red Itiner 2023

Ways of Seeing: Satellite Perspective brings together a selection of 23 works from the collection of the Alberto Jiménez-Arellano Alonso Foundation of the University of Valladolid. Founded in 2004 by the married couple Ana Alonso Cuadrado and Alberto Jiménez-Arellano Guajardo, the contemporary art collection is made up of more than two hundred pieces that are not currently on display to the public.

The exhibition proposes a journey through the nineties and the first decade of the XNUMXst century through works signed by Cristina Alabau, Illán Argüello, Ricardo Cadenas, Carmen Calvo, Ceesepe, José Manuel Ciria, Juan Cuéllar Costa, Damián Flores, Ana de Alvear , Dis Berlin, Patricia Gadea, Jorge Galindo, Abraham Lacalle, Ángel Mateo Charris, Joël Mestre, Teresa Moro, Marina Núñez, Bernardí Roig, Mar Solís, Jorge Tarazona, Teresa Tomás, Juan Ugalde and Concha Ybarra.

It is not a unitary or compact route. The objective is to show how various Spanish artists respond to the problems of contemporary language from their own ways of seeing, using as a guiding thread the satellite perspective that allowed Patricia Gadea to see things from outside the world and us to see contemporary art from outside the center.


Curatorship: Hurtado Mountain

Organized by:  Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sports

Free entrance and activities

Contact: museosexposiciones@madrid.org

Press contact: comunicacion.espaciosarte@madrid.org

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