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City Screen 2022

Uxval Gochez Gallery

https://www.uxvalgochez.com

Urban Gallery & Fundació Marguerida de Montferrato

https://www.urbangallery.es

Tangent Projects

https://www.tangent-projects.com

TPK ART I PENSAMENT CONTEMPORANI

https://www.instagram.com/tpkartipensamentcontemporani/

Suburbia Contemporary

https://suburbiacontemporary.com

Juan Naranjo Galería de Arte & Documentos

https://juannaranjo.eu

Galeria Zielinsky

http://www.zielinskyart.com

Galeria SENDA

https://galeriasenda.com

Galería Joan Prats

https://www.galeriajoanprats.com

Espai Souvenir

https://espaisouvenir.com

ESPRONCEDA – Institute of Art & Culture

C/ d’Espronceda 326, nave 4, 5, 10, 08027, Barcelona

https://www.espronceda.net

Chiquita Room

https://chiquitaroom.com

Chez Xefo Art Gallery

https://chezxefo.com

CERA 13

https://cera13.org

Bombon Projects

https://bombonprojects.com

Àngels barcelona

http://www.angelsbarcelona.com

Alalimón Galería

http://www.alalimon.org

ADN Galería

https://www.adngaleria.com

Àngels barcelona – Espai 2

http://www.angelsbarcelona.com/

Galleries, artistic venues, organizations and collectives based in Barcelona join LOOP Festival scheduling exhibitions, curatorial programes and special projects that complement the agenda of the contemporary video creation.

City Screen venues

ADN Galeria

C/ Mallorca, 205, 08036, Barcelona
ADN Galeria

“The Smiler” focuses on the idea of construction and destruction of an imaginary ideal scenario to inhabit created by someone without any place. The title is an invented word that refers to someone whose job is “to smile”. The video portrays a man from Senegal who lives in displacement due to the harsh migrations policies of Europe. This person performs holding a forced smile for an unde_ned amount of time. With his look focused permanently on the camera lens, his face features start experimenting an incongruent mix of emotions which generate a feeling of unease and exhaustion.

Exhibitions: The Smiler
Artists: Adrian Melis
1 — 30 November 2022
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Alalimón Galeria

C/ Mèxic 19 Local Z, 08004, Barcelona
Alalimón Galeria

The Alalimón Galería, holds the second year City screening with the thematic 'Through Light and Shade' This year selected artists are Eduard Fulop, Srah Edmondson, Stephen Gunning, Niamh McGuinne, Thais Muniz, Mark

Exhibitions: Homeland 'Through Light and Shade' Artista/s
Artists: Sarah Edmondson, Eduard Fulop, Stephen Gunning, Niamh McGuinne, Mark Kent, Thais Muniz, Patricia Hurl/Therry Rudin - Curated by Therry Rudin, Àngels Garcia, Natalia Foguet
10 — 19 November 2022
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Ana Mas Projects

C/ Isaac Peral 7, 08902, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
Ana Mas Projects

The exhibition presents two audiovisual works by the artist Ángels Ribé: 'Caminar sobre el gel' (2016) and 'Clouds, Bubles and Waves' (2019). The first one leans on the spirit of resistance and perseverance, whereas the second one retakes an action carried out by the artist in 1998 in which she interrupts the natural river water flow. Relations between nature, geometry, body and space are again revealed in these apparently useless exercises, yet of great symbolic power that, at the same time, highlight the artist’s coherence regarding the thematic axes that for decades have structured her work.

Exhibitions: Àngels Ribé
Artists: Àngels Ribé
8 — 18 November 2022
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Àngels Barcelona

C/ Pintor Fortuny, 27, 08001, Barcelona
Àngels Barcelona

Through a series of small-format paintings and a puppet show, Daniela Ortiz (Cuzco, Peru, 1985) tells stories of how tropical plants and animals, in alliance with communities from the global south, rebel against those responsible for colonialism.

Exhibitions: La Rebelión de las Raíces
Artists: Daniela Ortiz
11 November 2022 — 7 January 2023
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Àngels Barcelona - Espai 2

C/ dels Àngels, 16, 08001 Barcelona
Àngels Barcelona - Espai 2

A selection of video works on time and memory. Cartographies of the body and the territory.

Exhibitions: A matter of time
Artists: Daniel G. Andújar, Cecilia Bengolea, Carlos Casas, Harun Farocki, Esther Ferrer, Fermín Jiménez Landa, Mabel Palacín, Pedro G. Romero, Oriol Vilanova
9 — 23 November 2022
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Bombon Projects

C/ de Trafalgar, 53, local B, 08010 Barcelona
Exhibitions: Every repeated object occupies a unique space
Artists: Pati Hill, Pere Noguera, Jordi Mitjà
17 November 2022 — 11 January 2023
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Can Felipa Arts Visuals

C/ Pallars, 277 08005 Barcelona
Exhibitions: Ya ha salido el sol
Artists: Sofía Montenegro
27 October — 29 December 2022
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CasCaDas ArtSpace

C/ Bisbe Laguarda 16-3, 08001, Barcelona
CasCaDas ArtSpace

Ābhāsa (ReFLection, Splendour) 2021, is a single-channel audio-visual work, produced by Emma Walker in collaboration with media artist Grayson Cooke and composer Matthew Engelbrecht. Ābhāsa is a Sanskrit word that refers to light, lustre and illumination as well as reection, emanation or that which appears real but is a semblance. These meanings can be viewed within physical, psychological or spiritual contexts. Filmed at a high frame rate, shot at 200 and 400 fps and utilising the dramatic language of chiaroscuro, the film evokes a meditative and atmospheric space in which the viewer can experience a reverie of expanded time.

Exhibitions: Ābhāsa
Artists: Produced by Emma Walker in collaboration with media artist Grayson Cooke and composer Matthew Engelbrecht. Curated by: Fiona Fell & Julia Aurora Guzmán
17 — 20 November 2022
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Cera13

C/ de la Cera, 13, 08001
Cera13

Four artists who work video and installation formats in an antagonic way. Their interests are mixed and allow to make visible the world in which they move, a world that throws a visual set from which to submit to the image. The four start from the desire to make sense of the images, even knowing that it is not possible.

Exhibitions: A oscuras
Artists: Fran Aleu, Arturo Gascón, Irene Sesé y Jana Trave
9 — 21 November 2022
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Chez Xefo Art Gallery

Badajoz 46 / 08005 BCN
Chez Xefo Art Gallery

Contemporary dance video divided into four chapters: 1.Spring 2.Summer 3.Fall 4.Winter

Exhibitions: SEASONS. Ensayando un movimiento
Artists: Virginia de la Cruz - Curated by: Xefo Guasch
10 — 20 November 2022
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Chiquita Room

Villarroel 25, 08011 Barcelona Teléfono /
Chiquita Room

"sssssh - chamber _lm cycle“ is an exhibition and programmed series of screenings inspired by Maya Deren's idea of "chamber _lms", a cinematographic practice between the private and the public, the amateur and the professional. In the works by the _lmmakers in this project, each _lm is a room, a chamber that captures the intimacy of the gesture, the briefness of a glimpse. This cycle makes Chiquita Room into that place that, as Maya Deren wrote, is home for the heart: «the breath caught in the early morning because the heart’s eye saw something which the hand could never hold…».

Exhibitions: sssssh - chamber _lm cycle
Artists: Judith Adataberna, Valentina Alvarado Matos, Marie Losier, Callisto Mc Nulty, Jessica Sarah Rinland, Bárbara Sánchez Barroso - Curated by: Sergi Álvarez Riosalido
9 — 19 November 2022
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Cordova

C/ de l'Encuny, 24, Planta 3, 08038 Barcelona
Cordova

Moment 2 is a site specific video installation by Swiss artist Deborah Joyce Holman. It is the artist's first solo presentation in Spain. The film, four hours in length, stars artist and performer Rebecca Bellatoni who tirelessly recites excerpts from Shirley Clarke’s charged 1967 film ‘Portrait of Jason’. Holman’s reinterpretation offers a meditation on queer black representation and the politics of refusal.

Exhibitions: Moment 2
Artists: Deborah-Joyce Holman - Curated by: Cory John Scozzari
12 November — 28 January 2022
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Eight Four Zero

C/ Lleida, 39, Tienda 1, 08004, Barcelona
Eight Four Zero

By playing Satie’s work inside a camera obscura, Vexations takes a different tone, one that looks at a world that has become unsettling, uncanny, upsidedown. Following Marx, ideology is a camera obscura that reflects an inverted image of social reality according to the interests of the elite, a false truth. In our social order, success is based on possession and dominance over the other, artificial, natural or human, an imagery that captures desires, codifying them into products of consumption that results in an endless dissatisfaction, anxiously waiting for more. We are at a crossroads, crisis or transformation, cooperation or extinction.

Exhibitions: Vexations
Artists: Michael Hart, Manuel del Rincón
13 — 20 November 2022
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Espai Souvenir

Travessia de Sant Antoni, 27, 08012 Barcelona
Espai Souvenir

"Smoke Signals" referes to the story of the explorer P. Fawcett who collected enough information to believe in the existence of a lost city in Mato Grosso. In 1926 he went into the jungle and got lost in the attempt to find it. The journey that the artist made in 2016 was a way to give continuity to this chain, to build the entrance to this lost city, to be able to see it in first hand. This journey gave rise to a film, a series of drawings and objects. Project realized for the 32nd São Paulo Biennial - Incerteza Viva

Exhibitions: Smoke Signals
Artists: Pilar Quinteros - Curated by: Mana Pinto
10 November — 14 December 2022
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Espronceda - Institute of Art & Culture

C/ d'Espronceda, 326, 08027 Barcelona
Espronceda - Institute of Art & Culture

Farnesina Digital Art Experience enhances and promotes the Italian excellence operating in the digital art sector through the organization of shows, exhibitions and performances. The project is promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in collaboration with the Embassies, the Italian Cultural Institutes and ICE, the Agency for Promotion Abroad. In Barcelona is supported by the Italian Culture Institute, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Italian Embassy and Consulate and Espronceda Institute of Art & Culture. The organization and promotion are by Immersive Art Experience, Bright Festival with the artistic direction of Stefano Fake.

Exhibitions: Farnesina Digital Art Experience
Artists: Italian Collective Exhibition Antica Proietteria Antaless Visual Design Apparati Effimeri Delumen FLxER Full Frames High Files Visuals Kanaka Studio Karmachina Leandro Summo Luca Agnani Studio mammasONica Michele Pusceddu MONOGRID Mou Factory OLO Creative Farm OOOPStudio Plasmedia Pixel Shapes Proforma Video Design THE FAKE FACTORY WOA Creative Company
9 — 25 November 2022
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Ethall

C/ de Salvador, 24, 08902 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
Ethall

Commuting Time, or Cum Tempore, C.T. is a video installation that takes place simultaneously in two galleries. Throughout the exhibition, a conversation is 􀋡lmed in thirty takes, using the cinematographic technique of the shot-reverseshot. The peculiarity of this video is that each shot is taken alternately in two di􀋞erent cities, each one recorded 24 hours after the previous one. The artist is always in the middle of the conversation, in the middle of the shot, for which he has to physically travel between these two cities every day.

Exhibitions: Commuting Time
Artists: Manuel Saiz
1 November — 3 December 2022
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FASE

Av. del Carrilet, 183, 08907 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona
FASE

This exhibition brings together the recent works by Andrés García Vidal on the Muslim memory of the south of the Iberian Peninsula. The expulsion of the Moorish population and its implications in water management and the design of the contemporary rural world searching for its sound traces on irrigation systems and in oral tradition. Connecting García Vidal's investigations to the context of l'Hospitalet, Mercedes Pimiento will develop a second stage of the exhibition focused on the hydraulic system of the city, based on the remains of the old Canal de la Infanta.

Exhibitions: ¿Cómo puedo enamorarme de este jardín?
Artists: Andrés García Vidal / Mercedes Pimiento - Curated by: Jose Iglesias García-Arenal / Blanca del Río
19 November — 17 December 2022
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Galeria Joan Prats

C/ de Balmes, 54, 08007 Barcelona
Galeria Joan Prats

"Anatomies of stone, of wood. Iconicity among the columns of the forest. Afforestation, reforestation of images as living animals. Trees that work on wood. Visionary trees, icons: carvings of an imaginary raised by the same botany that fattens it. Forests with the smile of archaic sculpture. Crumbling stones on the stones. Men who become earth and trees who become man. Reverted figures of unending majesty. And three works, these: "Pedra" [Stone], "Quatre columnes" [Four Columns] and "Un capitell" [A Capital], ready to ambush. Only three works because the works are no longer indifferent to quantity, not anymore."Perejaume

Exhibitions: Three
Artists: Perejaume
12 November 2022 — 28 January 2023
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Galeria Senda

C/ Trafalgar 32, 08010, Barcelona
Galeria Senda

Anthony Goicolea, an American artist and photographer of Cuban origin, invites viewers to see a silent _lm inspired by the impressions of isolation.

Exhibitions: Don't Make a Scene
Artists: Anthony Goicolea
9 — 20 November 2022
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Homesession

C/ de la Creu dels Molers, 15, 08004 Barcelona
Homesession

"What are you doing with our bones?" a Tehuelche man said when he found Count Henry de La Vaulx desecrating his cousin's grave. His reply was: "I will put them in France in a beautiful glass case, in a great temple called Museum, where a multitude of visitors will come to admire them. They will be much better there than under the ground". Duen Sacchi and Mag De Santo take up that question as title of the project, part of an investigation based on the desecration and theft of the human bodies in the 19th century who are still unburied.

Exhibitions: What are you doing with our bones?
Artists: Rio Paraná (Duen Sacchi y Mag De Santo) - Curated by: Olivier Collet
10 — 12 November 2022
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Juan Naranjo Galería de Arte y Documentos

C/ Casanova, 136 - 138 B-3, 08036 Barcelona
Juan Naranjo Galería de Arte y Documentos

Ton Sirera was one of the important figures of Spanish photography, from the 2nd half of the 20th century. At the end of the 1950s, he experimented with photography and cinema to reveal the formal beauty of reality. His photographs and films from this period connect him with the artistic debates of the time, with Informalism, and were exhibited in 1960 at the Sala Aixelà in Barcelona.

Exhibitions: Ton Sirera - películas y fotografías en torno a la abstracción en 1960
Artists: Ton Sirera
3 — 24 November 2022
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La Escocesa

C/ de Pere IV, 345, 08020 Barcelona
La Escocesa
Exhibitions: After
Artists: Adrianna Szodja, Alba García Allué, Carmen de Ayora, Catarina Botelho, Clara Grabowiecki, Erica Volpini, Helena Vinent, Joana Capella, Jodie Chinn, Juan Francisco Segura, Llapispanc, Lourdes de Peñaranda, Maíra das Neves, Margherita Isola, Marla Jacarilla, Matilde Amigó Fernández, Natalia Carminati, Natalia Castañeda, Natalia Domínguez, Núria Nia, Paula Bruna, Silvia Renda, Sonia Villar, Thilleli Rahmoun, Violeta Ospina - Curated by Ezequiel Soriano, Juan Antonio Cerezuela
Sunday 20 November 2022
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Lab 36

C/ Trafalgar 36, 08010, Barcelona
Lab 36

Hitomi escapes home to take refuge in the city's last existing and abandoned cinema because her mother is losing her sight, and she wishes her daughter to go to a cinema before the last theatre will extinct. Within the space, she will begin an introspection through the screen, as a way to travel through her most cherished memories. These images, which come from her subconscious, will be projected thanks to a strange man, who’s part of the theatre and will use all of his remaining strength to make it work for what it could be the last time.

Exhibitions: Hitomi
Artists: Victoria Ioudina - Curated by: Natalia Foguet
8 — 20 November 2022
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Metàfora Studio Arts

C/ de Papin, 08028, Barcelona
Metàfora Studio Arts

Metàfora presents two video installations made by two of the most promising students we have currently at the center, Joely Lorenzen and Cristina Reid. Cristina’s See /siː/ is an exploration of the relationship between imagery, the lens, and surveillance in society, specifically the power gaze: who is seeing and what is being seen. It considers the political, the personal, the religious and the technological connotations of this concept. Joely Lorenzen presents Notre Dame on Fire and Entirety, discarding the construct of time & addressing the many as one, in an autobiographical framing of memory.

Exhibitions: Video proyección
Artists: Joely Lorenzen & Cristina Reid - Curated by: Jette Bjerg & Marc Larré
Wednesday 9 November 2022
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Pol & Grace Hotel

C/ de Guillem Tell, 49, 08006 Barcelona
Pol & Grace Hotel

A kaleidoscope is a wondrous vision. Anachronistic. Catalytic. A loop, a frame, a repetition dissolving and expanding. A loop, a grid, a frame, and a threshold: repetition, a difference. A corner. Cinematography - from the Greek kinema: to move. Drawing in movement; we are drawn and drawing. A corner, upon another. And another. Cerdà expanding: iterability instability. What wondrous wonder is a hotel, a place of unhomed homing. Xenophilic. This-place-meant displacement. Syncopation; opaque vivification. Frame as corner, corner as abyss. Corner as event, social; as memory, absence, and imagination. The frame of cinema, beyond it is another image. Of imaging.

Exhibitions: Vertical Horizon
Artists: Neville Starling
11 November 2022 — 10 January 2023
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Prior Art Space

C/ del Notariat, 9, 08001 Barcelona
Prior Art Space

This exhibition explores the dichotomy between the physical and virtual states of being. Whether incorporated into the methodology of the artist or their inspiration, digital technologies play an important part in the current trajectory of the art world and make a strong impact on our self-expression. Focusing on the process of creation, the artists featured use a combination of traditional and digital techniques to explore the influences of technology on our identity, body, and environment.

Exhibitions: Blurred States of Being
Artists: Bianca Shonee; Sabrina-Jasmin i Gracelee Lawrence - Curated by: Laura del Arco i Carme Matamalas
4 — 30 November 2022
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Radas Studio

C/ de Radas, 41, 08004 Barcelona
Radas Studio

Iván Candeo focuses and confronts the relationship between movement, time and history, managing to identify a series of contradictions and paradoxes. Question that he makes as an intermediary, passing images through various media and formats. Tiempo Vivido (Lived Time) installation is made up of a moving object, an oil painting and a video reproduced frame by frame. This installation poses the physical dependence of measurable time; practices the relative incidence of speeds and distances in objects, in the video image and in the installation space.

Exhibitions: Lived Time
Artists: Iván Candeo
11 — 20 November 2022
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RocioSantaCruz

Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 627, 08010 Barcelona
RocioSantaCruz

Rare Earths mark the materiality of our time. These metals, named after the difficulty they encountered at the time of their discovery, are present in almost all the technological devices that define our daily lives: from mobile phone screens to electric car batteries. Key components of an increasingly digitalised world. Rare earths are the leitmotiv of this video essay, which develops, through an attentive vision of the author's place of origin, a poetic reflection on the landscape and the gaze that shapes it.

Exhibitions: Rare Earths
Artists: María García Ruiz
5 — 19 November 2022
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Suburbia Contemporary

Carrer de Valencia 345, 08009 Barcelona
Suburbia Contemporary

Suburbia Contemporary presents three works by South African artist Ed Young, produced over the past eight years. The works interrogate current-day speculative thinking and physical re-positioning of real-time daily efforts at existence. Abstractly, the pieces create an arcane fly-on-the-wall glimpse at numerous versions of the age-old mantra, "How did we even get here?". Collectively, the films provide irrational and impolite interpretations as an attempt to redefine difficult spectrums of current-day thinking.

Exhibitions: THE MOTHERFUCKER
Artists: Ed Young - Curated by: s Francesco Ozzola
10 — 30 November 2022
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TPK Art i Pensament Contemporani

Av. de Josep Tarradellas i Joan, 44, 08901 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
TPK Art i Pensament Contemporani

A kind of funerary mask, disquieting in its sterility, suspended in the void and rotating very slowly but rhythmically, steadily. A foreign body that, like the Su  whirling dervishes, obliges us to summon up a mantra that is articulated through two fundamental verbs: “to leave” and “to look”. From the outset an idea imposes itself, taking the form of a memory: that the entire universe rotates, the galaxies and the solar system rotate; equally the electrons and protons within the atoms also rotate. Or, if you prefer, the universe is also circular with the helicoid movement of spiralling DNA structures.

Exhibitions: ANDROGIN
Artists: Quico Estivill - Curated by: Agustín Fructuoso
9 — 20 November 2022
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Tangent Projects

Carrer Marti Cordolar 41 - 43, Local 2, 08902, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
Tangent Projects

The project Deferred space is a video-installation made up of closed circuits of webcams and screens. It explores the mediation of interconnected screens, reviewing the way in which individuals relate to their impulses, their own image and the experience of space. "When a machine works efficiently [...] one only needs to concentrate on the benefits it generates and not its inner complexity. Thus, paradoxically, it happens that science and technology the more successful they become the more opaque they become" - Bruno Latour

Exhibitions: Deferred space
Artists: Juan David Galindo
11 November — 7 December 2022
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The Over Gallery

C/ Sant Pere Martir 3, 08012 Barcelona
The Over Gallery

Human Farm is a play on George Orwell’s allegorical novella. Whereas the characters in Animal Farm are self-serving, Van Haver proposes a new model for institutions that actually places emphasis on the workers and the labour behind great ideas. "We lose our history so easy, what is not predigested for us by the NY Times, or the Amsterdam news, or Time magazine…” Audre Lorde. The interviews, sketches, short videos, blueprints and 3D prints are all part of an archive that represents: SCCA, Redclay Studio and Studio Nkrumah Voli-Ni, African Artists’ Foundation, and Cercle d’Arts des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise.

Exhibitions: Human Farm
Artists: Raquel Van Haver / Admire Kamudzengerere (texto Azu Nwagbogu)
9 November 2022 — 9 January 2023
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The Over Gallery

C/ Sant Pere Martir 3, 08012 Barcelona
The Over Gallery

What if the result is a different identity? How do you approach a new way of viewing? The thing is, my video is a cut from identity, infused with love and the art of baking. The idea that a camera works as an eye, then you have curtains as shutters allowing a certain amount of light. Like an oven baking bread. I find this process as a love making process where a lot of negotiative processes contribute to a certain result.

Exhibitions: Peripheral Vision
Artists: Admire Kamudzengerere
9 November 2022 — 9 January 2023
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URBAN GALLERY

www.urbangallery.es
URBAN GALLERY

With Oracle by A+G we live in time to enjoy, Balanza in The Little Present Continuum reflects on the reality of time, past and future do not exist. Albert Bayona in Five minutes before the wind blows it all away captures the light of the past to live it again. The life of stones, by Clemente Calvo brings us closer to geological time. Salvador Herrera with Pontifex takes us into a new time through Artificial Intelligence. Lastly, Quatre moments by Enric Maurí records time through video recording. Tempus Fugit by Urban Gallery.

Exhibitions: Tempus Fugit
Artists: A+G, Balanza, Albert Bayona, Clemente Calvo, Salvador Herrera, Enric Maurí - Curated by: Belén Urban
8 — 20 November 2022
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Uxval Gochez Gallery

C/ de Trafalgar, 36, 08010 Barcelona
Uxval Gochez Gallery

This multidisciplinary exhibition explores the worship of La Santa Muerte through a geo-mapping of street altars in Mexico City followed by an ethnographic analysis of the devotees' relationships with the saint. I 􀋡nd that this saint has gained momentum among the fast-growing prison population over the last two decades. In contrast to studies that emphasise the deserti􀋡cation of mass incarceration Rather than a one-dimensional sacred defender of criminals and police she is adopted by prisoners, prison o􀋟cers, police and their families as a capricious ‘family member’, embracing the same ambivalence as the forces she helps to navigate.

Exhibitions: La Santa Muerte
Artists: Colectivo Santa Muerte - Curated by: Uxval Gochez
1 — 30 November 2022
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Zielinsky

Passatge de Mercader, 10, 08008, Barcelona
Zielinsky

Zielinsky presents the exhibition "70's i altres coses" by the artist Vera Chaves Barcellos (1938). The first solo show of the artist in the gallery will exhibit a selection of videos, photographs and documents that have been produced by the artist over the decades 1970 and 1990. Chaves Barcellos's research takes as its starting point the relationship between the body and time: performing characters and narratives from the past and the future, focusing on stories that were left out of historiography, documenting and collecting materials from local events or personal memory.

Exhibitions: 70’s i altres coses
Artists: Vera Chaves Barcellos
15 September — 18 November 2022
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