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Pablo Romero

Pablo Romero

We had a talk with the painter Pablo Romero after El jardín de la alegría, his exhibition at the Ardavín Gallery (travesía San Mateo 7, Madrid). The artist shares with us his thoughts about the situation of present-day art and how, in times when abstraction has the monopoly over most of the art scene, he...
Hell´O Monsters come back to Spain with Nameless Coterie in Delimbo Sevilla

Hell´O Monsters come back to Spain with Nameless Coterie in Delimbo Sevilla

    Hell´O Monsters return to the Flic Agenda with Nameless coterie, their latest exhibition in Delimbo Gallery Sevilla, back in Spain after their presence in Espai Tactel Valencia last May. The Belgian collective continues its quest for an art halfway between the minimalist and the surreal, playing with improbable shapes that, at the same time, are supported...
Cao Fei's 'La Town' in Lombard Freid Gallery

Cao Fei’s ‘La Town’ in Lombard Freid Gallery

As always, Cao Fei strives to achieve gloomy environments, halfway between surrealism and popular culture, always going one step further in the multimedia art realm. As she already did in 2009 with the creation of RMB City -a virtual town located in the Second Life platform- which was conceived as a space of artistic experimentation,...
Knock! Knock! brings us closer to comics until September, 10

Knock! Knock! brings us closer to comics until September, 10

The Javier López Gallery brings us the collective exhibition entitled Knock! Knock! formed by over forty artists whose main idea dwells in the relationship between comics and contemporary art as part of today’s artistic evolution. The relationship  between comics and art is thus the reflection that commissioner Fer Francés exposes in the latest exhibition at...
Holding Emptiness, Marina Abramovic at the CAC of Malaga

Holding Emptiness, Marina Abramovic at the CAC of Malaga

This summer the Centre of Contemporary Art of Malaga will hold the exhibition of one of the most important artists of the panorama of art in the 20th century, Marina Abramović. As a forerunner of contemporary performance art, Abramovic has tried to explore the relationships between the artist and the audience, the body and the...
Rhythm of Catania gallery presents Momo and Tono until the 31st of August

Rhythm of Catania gallery presents Momo and Tono until the 31st of August

This summer one of the most desired exhibits comes to Italy at the hand of Rhythm gallery, which presents the exhibition of two artists who are the most significant of nonrepresentational graffiti, Momo and ElTono. The exhibition “Varianti“ brings us a proposal where both artists agree on their understanding of art as a form of abstraction...
Alejandro Casanova's Naked Object, this summer at Ardavín Gallery

Alejandro Casanova’s Naked Object, this summer at Ardavín Gallery

In July Ardavín Gallery brings us Naked Object by the realist painter Alejandro Casanova. Naked Object reflects on the figure of the woman as a merely superficial object regarding the artistic level, and its subsequent predominance for most of the twentieth and nineteenth centuries. Therefore, the artist intends to make a move against this trend and de-objectivize the female...
Crash's Broken English at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Crash’s Broken English at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Until July 26 the Jonathan LeVine Gallery will host the exhibition Broken English, from the famed artist John Matos, more commonly known as Crash, a pioneering urban artist from New York with pieces in such prestigious cultural spaces as the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum, amongst others. Crash was one of the first urban artists...
Henrik Vibskov in Ruttkowski 68

Henrik Vibskov in Ruttkowski 68

Ruttkowski 68, one of our favourite galleries, is hosting the latest exhibition of  the multidisciplinary designer and artist Henrik Vibskov, which can be visited at the German gallery until July 20. Henrik Vibskov has participated in the elaboration of costumes for the opera and theatrical works, some with artists the likes of Björk, with his...
In Situ Art Festival, until 15th of July in Paris

In Situ Art Festival, until 15th of July in Paris

This summer the abandoned Fort d’Aubervillers in Paris will stop being a simple and secondary background and transform into a space dominated by urban art. Fort d’Aubervillers was established in 1843 as a checkpoint for passengers who wanted to access the French capital and aimed to protect it from possible revolts. In the 30s the zone, already...
JonOne in L.A. with the exhibition West Side Stories

JonOne in L.A. with the exhibition West Side Stories

  The Paris-based American artist JonOne returns to Los Angeles for a new exhibition in the Fabien Castanier Gallery, which will keep him in town until the 12th of July. JonOne began painting trains in New York during his adolescence, moving on to canvas at the beginning of the 90’s, when he started to exhibit his...
Malasaña and its streets.

Malasaña and its streets.

  Malasaña will always be characterised by its admittedly heroic past. In the 19th century it was the stage to revolts against Napoleonic troops; in fact some streets, like the one from which the neighbourhood takes its name, the streets Daoiz and Velarde and Plaza del 2 de Mayo are still striving to uphold that...