ARCOMadrid 2019: Copperfield, London presents a solo booth of Óscar Santillán into the Opening Section
For a second year, Copperfield London will take part in the next edition of ARCOMadrid 2019 into the Opening section, from 27th of February to 3rd of March, with a solo presentation with Óscar Santillán. The Opening section, under the curatorship of Tiago de Abreu Pinto and Ilaria Gianni, who have selected 19 galleries, including Copperfield, to present together with a plural geographic and generational perspective.
10th to 27th of November 2016
La Movida Madrileña 75/85 exhibition
Red Gallery, London
The exhibition includes photographs by Miguel Trillo, magazines, posters, videos and an exclusive screening of ‘A Freer Time Was Had By All ‘documentary by Beatriz Alonso Aranzábal.
Blanca Berlín is the only Spanish gallery invited to the event at this edition of the fair. The Spanish gallery will be showcasing works by Cecilia Paredes, Isabel Muñoz, Flor Garduño, Ramón Masats, Martin Chambi, Nicolas Muller, Miguel Soler-Roig and many others.
After a wait of almost three years, La Tristura makes its triumphant return to the stage with the premier of its latest production ‘Cine’. The air of excitement outside the Sala Verde at Teatros del Canal last night was certainly to be expected given La Tristura’s reputation as one of Spain’s most exciting and innovative theatre companies of the last decade. Their appearance in this year’s ‘Festival de Otoño a Primavera’ is not to be missed!
And it’s not just us — the 200,000+ view count on Catá’s Vimeo channel speaks for itself. Yet despite all this recognition, Catá is extremely shy… or is it because of this? In order to find out more about him, we invited Catá to join us on a crisp autumn morning in Madrid. We’re happy to say that he agreed…
#IberoBritEs: In Madrid, Paula Rodríguez and Sandra Arpa perform ‘Rosaura’, a play inspired by Calderón de la Barca’s La Vida Es Sueño
La Incubadora del Corral (‘The Corral Incubator’), an experimental theatre programme running for its third consecutive year at Corral de las Comedias in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid.
The 33rd edition of ARCOmadrid came to an end last Sunday 23rd February. Over 160 galleries from 25 countries filled IFEMA’s pavillions for five intense days. Only three London galleries – not counting Marlborough* – were represented at the event: Faggionatto, Arcade, and Carroll/Fletcher.