Forthcoming Exhibitions - Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC)

May 3 - July 1 2007
SENESCENCIA. IGNACIO PARDO
A tour of the video-artistic productions of this artist from the 1980s on, highlighting his most experimental and innovative productions, with special attention to the mastery of the edition, the use of graphic design and, above all, everything related to the aesthetic of the late 80s and early 90s. The exhibition will be completed with a work produced in situ for the basement of the CGAC.

May 10 - June 24 2007
SALIR A (GO OUT)
Through this exhibition organized by an architect and known landscape artist (who worked with Álvaro Siza in Santiago’s park San Domingos de Bonaval), we aim to give relevance to a topic such as landscape, from traditional, social, cultural, and historical points of view.

June - August 2007
ARTE NO PARQUE (ART IN THE PARK)
Taking advantage of the heat and leisure of July and August, the CGAC presents a selection of sculptures and installations from the ARCO Foundation and CGAC collections, which will be displayed on the building’s terrace, as well as in the park. Together with outdoor sculptures, various audio installations, performances, workshops, and film and video programs will be interspersed throughout the area. In collaboration with the Santiago City Council.

XABIER TOUBES
Xabier Toubes, a native of A Coruña, has a long creative history in diverse media, although it is his ceramics that have gained him world recognition. He was the director of the European Ceramic Work Centre in Holland and is currently a professor at the School at the Art Institute of Chicago.

July 5 - August 26
A VIAXE. NOVAS PEREGRINACIÓNS (TRAVELING. NEW PILGRIMAGES)
With this display, the aim is to chart, experience, and recreate the world from a mythical point of view, so that these mythical tours are outlined in the works and initiatives that are represented in paintings, videos, and photographs. Using contemporary language, the exhibit approaches the path as a ritual, and walking, as art. In collaboration with the Museum of Jacobean Pilgrimages.



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