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FICARQ 2017 – 5th International Architecture Film Festival- will be held in Santander (Spain) from 4th July to 8th July 2017. 

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Deadline: May 1st, 2017.
Organized and curated by Antonio Ortuño.

PAGODA RED welcomes a new artist to the gallery in Chicago. Having lived in Spain, Mexico and currently living in the United States, Almudena Rodriguez shares gallery’s fascination with the cross-cultural pollination of ideas.

FICARQ 2017 – 5th International Architecture Film Festival- will be held in Santander (Spain) from 4th July to 8th July 2017. 

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Spanish artists Isabel Alonso Vega and Cristina Avello invited by the Art Center Urgel3 will exhibit their work at Scope NY 2017.

Isabel's work speaks of the intangible, of that which is there, but is seldom visible, almost impossible to touch, much less entrap.  She will be showing her Geniuses, trapped clouds in perspex boxes.

This artwork belong to serie "Red Hot" . This series includes pieces inspired in the "rescue". Sometimes waste rescued from nature, others, natural matter with special texture, historical past, functional... They take part of the art pieces in a group that shows the "collection moment". These pieces are characterized by being thought

Hector Canonge and Verónica Peña present the premiere of their new collaboration, De lo Posible (of Possibilities), a movement-based performance-art work informed by Butoh practice and traditional dances from Spain and South America.

Date:
Thursday, March 16, 2017 - 7:30pm to Sunday, March 19, 2017 - 7:30pm

Hector Canonge and Verónica Peña present the premiere of their new collaboration, De lo Posible (of Possibilities), a movement-based performance-art work informed by Butoh practice and traditional dances from Spain and South America.

Moving Forward, Looking Back is a documentary project focused on identity, based on memory and inspired by travel that combines photography, video and sound. The exhibition explores the Spanish legacy found along the Old Spanish Trail, a route that was envisioned to link the colonial outposts of New Mexico and California.

Date:
Wednesday, February 1, 2017 to Sunday, June 25, 2017

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