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Zanele Muholi (Umlazi, South Africa, 1972) is an artist and visual activist, and one of today’s most universally acclaimed photographers. They define themself as non-binary and use the pronouns they/them/theirs. Addressing issues of race, gender and sexuality, their work in photography, video and installation has been exhibited worldwide. This show, co-produced with Tate Modern and presenting around 260 photographs, is the largest so far in their career.
ANNA BOGHIGUIAN. A Short Long History
This is the first monographic exhibition by Anna Boghiguian (Cairo, 1946) in Spain. In her work, the Egyptian-Canadian artist of Armenian origin explores the historical, economic, social and political impact of certain events of the past in the present. Boghiguian employs the image as a form of writing and writing as image to unfold a way of thinking and a poetics committed with the world; visual essays that show the sustained impact of political history and economic conditions in the contemporary world.
Pinazo en el espacio público
The intention of this new exhibition on Ignacio Pinazo is to propose a new biopolitical focus on the part of his oeuvre made up of paintings and drawings that were largely produced by the artist for himself, and are therefore less academicist in their style and poetics.
Arte en una tierra baldía, 1939 - 1959. Colección del IVAM
The end of the Spanish Civil War and of the Second World War suggest opposing worlds, radically different settings, but both have been built on wasteland; on pain, on ruins and on material and ethical debris which causes the absolute destruction of the war. And all of this takes place in complex living conditions: in exile, in migration, in repression.
Imaginarios mecánicos y técnicos en la Colección del IVAM
Mechanical and Technical Imaginaries will gather together artists in the IVAM collection with an interest not only in designing and constructing mechanisms but also in creating imaginaries that reflect the spirit of the industrial and scientific culture around them, such as Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Lászó Peri, Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy, Boris Ipratovich, Germaine Krull and Gustav Klucis. The display will also include works by “visionary technologists” like Gilberto Zorio or artists who use materials and techniques from industrial manufacturing to reflect on spirit, time, body and memory, as in the case of Maribel Doménech and Gary Hill
Endgame. Jordi Teixidor
The core idea behind Endgame is to survey the painterly grammar of Jordi Teixidor (Valencia 1941) in the field of abstraction over the course of the last six decades. The show includes early works from his beginnings as a painter within the orbit of the avant-garde art groups Nueva Generación and Antes del Arte, as well as a select number of paintings from the most notable series in his longstanding career set in dialogue with works from the IVAM collection.