_ Manuel Antonio Domínguez will present his new works in Clash/Madrid/Berlin

From 4 to 6 October 2018, 400 square meters of URG3L will host an exhibition of painting, sculpture and installation incredibly diverse, in which the artists Berliners and Madrid are in this beautiful environment of Carabanchel, the emerging district of Art of Madrid-a look at the genesis of art.

The exhibition Clash Madrid Berlin is the first exhibition of the cycle of exhibitions “clash”, in collaboration between German and Spanish artists, conceived by Ricardo de Larrea Remiro, thinker and facilitator of art that lives and works in Berlin.

The upcoming Clash exhibition will take place again in Berlin 2019. Clash Exhibitions, Ricardo de Larrea Weisestr. 24, 12049 Berlin

_ Angeles Baños Gallery inaugurates fairs season with Artissima/Turin, Swab/Barcelona and Estampa/Madrid

Within the Art Spaces & Editions program in Artissima -02/04/11- the work of Ricardo Cases and Antonio Xoubanova will be presented; Juan Carlos Bracho and Ruth Morán will be present at Swab -27/30/09- within the Swab on Paper program and Andrés Pachón and Javier Arbizu will participate with their most recent projects in the general program of Estampa -18/21/10- will celebrate this year for the first time in Ifema Madrid.


_ "The stable relationship" by Manuel Antonio Domínguez travels from the ABC Museum in Madrid to the Sala de la Provincia in Huelva

La Sala de la Provincia of Huelva will host from the 1st to the 25th of August the exhibition ‘ The stable relationship ‘, of the artist Huelva Manuel Antonio Domínguez, that has been inaugurated by the Congresswoman of culture, Lourdes Garrido, accompanied by the curator of the exhibition Óscar Alonso, the Gallery owner Ángeles Baños and the artist himself.

Manuel Antonio Domínguez (Villablanca, Huelva, 1976), is one of the creators linked with greater intensity to the practice of drawing within his generation. The artist approaches his figurative and narrative world with meticulous technique and, at times, dazzling. It is a realistic drawing, clear line and very defined, which is completed with watercolor and Guache, where the color is always tempered, predominating the whites of the background. In this line of work we can see a monumental piece, sixteen meters long, to date its most ambitious drawing.

The artist also presents other examples and installations and works with various objects. Manuel Antonio Domínguez’s work is part of what has been called “gender speeches”, interested in analyzing the issues that affect our understanding, construction and collective assessment of the roles of Man

_Javier Arbizu presents “Macle, ghost, bismuth, vicar” a new solo exhibition in the Oteiza Museum Foundation

The Oteiza Museum presents the exhibition project Macla, mamua, bismuto, vicario, an exhibition made expressly and based on Oteiza’s work by the artists Karlos Martínez B. and Javier Arbizu for the Alzuza Centre, constituting the first intervention on the Hazitegia(seedbed) programme.

This first intervention has been developed by the Oteiza Museum and the Contemporary Art Centre of Huarte and comes from the desire to combine the production and exhibition areas at both centres to generate new scenarios for reflection on Jorge Oteiza’s work from the viewpoint of contemporary creation.

The project began with the research and production residency both artists completed last year at the Huarte Centre. The residency allowed the authors to define a project that materialised in an initial intervention at the famous Casa Huarte in Madrid, a building dating from 1966 by the architects Corrales and Molezún. The project was developed in a single day on 17 February 2018 and produced by Caniche Editorial.


_Ángeles Baños Gallery presents in Arte Santander “La relación estable” by Manuel Antonio Domínguez

Manuel Antonio Domínguez, whose project is firmly committed in observing how the male image is constructed, reflects on “la relación estable” on the structural classification of society, organized around gender roles and their Established models. With this 16-metre-long drawing, his most ambitious work both formal and conceptual, leaves the spectator’s ability to interpret the scenes, with creations that do not have a definitive meaning beyond a subjective look. The artist, whose meticulous technique deals with a figurative and narrative world, presents to us in this frieze his personal, intimate and everyday universe full of details that make the contemplation of his pieces.

“la relación estable” direct reference to those Assumptions that are assumed by default and are not discussed, assuming that any appearance is a faithful representation of deeper and more complex intangible aspects. Ideas and beliefs assumed, whose foundations, as opposed to the title, are staggered to the gaze of Manuel Antonio Domínguez and the spectator himself. In this way, in his work the dogmas are volatilized and the individual or social certainties jump through the air.


_ Yaima Carrazana presents Letters from Paradise at the Neverneverland in Amsterdam

The paintings streamline the particular psychology and ideology of institutional color palettes. The works explore large format canvasses using oil paint. Gradients, transparencies and color interference’s predominate, as well as harmonious combinations. Wondering thru illusory spaces, perhaps bureaucracy-free and creating a heaven for optimism. For the artist “Letters from Paradise” summarizes several years trying to figure out “the good life” in a foreign country. Carrazana allow herself the freedom to use governmental Dutch color codes from her own perspective as a foreigner. The work’s provocation lies in its seeming open-endlessness, its refusal to assert a closure of meaning and the possibility to expand a private experience into a public one.

The presented paintings appropriate and re-articulate the meticulous design of the Dutch government, reaching out to the government-wide corporate identity. These works are a culmination of Yaima’s previous works; from “Declaration letters” taken from designs of the Ministry of Justice, Tax and Customs Administration (Belastingdienst), and documents regarding her immigration status in the Netherlands, to “Foreign Affairs”, inspired by a wide range of bureaucratic sources. For “Foreign Affairs”, Carrazana appropriates the color palette used by this Ministry for its graphic communication.

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_Susanne S.D.Themlitz participates in Secon Nature_The Kreeger Museum_Embassy of Portugal and EDP Foundation_New York_06/05/18_07/31/18

The first group exhibition of Portuguese art of the 21st century to be presented in the United States, Second Nature is both a portrait of recent artistic production in Portugal and an exploration of the relationship between human culture and the environment. Working in media ranging from watercolor to photography to video, artists in the exhibition consider the tension between the concept of an untouched natural world -a popular subject in art history- and the ways humans have dominated and reshaped the environment using modern technology.

The exhibition brings together works created over the past two decades by sixteen artists from different generations, each of whom employs modern technology and materials to capture, filter, and reinvent the natural world, thereby generating a “second nature.”

All of the works are drawn from the EDP Foundation Art Collection, the collection of contemporary Portuguese art that comprises the MAAT’s permanent collection.

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_ Ricardo cases participates in the official section of PhotoEspaña_Sala Canal Isabel II_Madrid_06/14/18_07/29/18

Levante is a confusing term that seems to coincide with the geographic and mental space in which Ricardo cases works: the Mediterranean coast and, more specifically, the Valencian Community and Murcia. All the projects of the photographer Alicante are conceived and developed in this place and have in common the photographic analysis of a spot and its circumstances, of the symbology that creates a culture and the evolution of a landscape.

“Estudio elemental del Levante”, curated by Horacio Fernandez, collects the Ricardo Cases’s work since 2010, when it changes its residence from Madrid to Valencia, and includes series like “Paloma al aire”, “El porqué de las naranjas”, “Podría haberse evitado”, “Estudio elemental del Levante ” and “Agrios huertos, azules limonares “.

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