The Catalan nomination at the Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, by the artist Antoni Abad, will be curated by Mery Cuesta and Roc Parés
Catalonia will participate in the 57th Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale under the program, Eventi Collaterali, with a project by Antoni Abad and curated by Mery Cuesta and Roc Parés. The project goes by the name of, 'La città che non si vede’. The Ramon Llull Institute is producing the Catalan presence at the Venice Biennale, which begins on May 13th, 2017.
'I SEE WORDS, I HEAR VOICES', an exhibition of works by Dora García, at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto
It is possible to view all the work being done by Catalan artists around the world. This is the idea behind Creamap, a portal developed by the Ramon Llull Institute that allows geotagging of all activities related to Catalan culture taking place abroad.
The Institut Ramon Llull presents a new work from maverick filmmaker Albert Serra curated by Chus Martínez
The Institut Ramon Llull presents Catalonia in Venice at la Biennale di Venezia for the fourth time. A film installation by filmmaker Albert Serra will be shown within the curatorial framework of Chus Martínez. The title of this project is Singularity. Under this rubric, the artist has conceived a new piece, an immersive film installation projected onto 5 screens arranged in a dynamic structure taking up the entirety of the exhibition space. Specifically conceived for this presentation in Venice, the installation choreographs not only a wide range of views on today’s world but also the visitors’ movement through the space.