“Where does reality reside?” is a question not likely to evoke a straight-forward answer. On September 19th at 8:30pm, Es Baluard opens its doors to an exhibition that aims to explore this question further, encouraging discussions on identity and the world that we inhabit. Its opening forms a key event in this years Nit de l’Art.
Drawing on work from the Collection, Es Baluard has pulled together artists born between the 1970s and 1990s whose creative processes deal with the concept of realism. The selection will take many forms – including video and performance – which discuss topics such as gender perspective, art systems, urban environments and the conflicts that have arisen in the new millennium.
‘Where does reality reside?’ also includes artists from outside the museum’s Collection and is part of an ongoing initiative to present works from 2007 – 2019. Es Baluard are focussed on present-day creations which focus on personal reality and are open to a broad spectrum of meanings.
Artists featured include: Irene de Andrés, Joan Bennassar Cerdà, Cati Cànoves, Diana Coca, Daniel Loves The Sodomites, José Fiol, Núria Marquès, Joan Morey, Albert Pinya, Tomás Pizá, Marta Pujades, Olimpia Velasco, Marcelo Viquez and Nicholas Woods.
The exhibition will be open from 20th September until 12th January 2020 on floor 0.
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