Sala Miserachs155. Simón's Ballad
Gonzalo Elvira08.07.2017 – 08.10.2017
This exhibition uses drawings, maps and documents to reconstruct the life of Simón Radowitzky, the Ukrainian Argentine anarchist. Following the brutal police repression during Red Week in Buenos Aires in 1909, Radowitzky attacked Ramón Lorenzo Falcón, the chief of police responsible, and was sentenced to life imprisonment in the notorious Ushuaia Prison.
Robert Cahen29.04.2017 – 25.06.2017
Video, installations, projections and loops are the media that Robert Cahen uses in his representations of travel, landscape, passage (crossroads) and portrait, as he goes beyond appearances to explore the thresholds of the images, sounds and silences of the world, of all those who live in it and pass through it.
Sala MiserachsÁfrica 815. Paradise lost
Pilar Monsell08.04.2017 – 18.06.2017
‘Africa 815’ -the first feature film by Pilar Monsell- is a piece that explores many questions using an overwhelmingly confessional voice. The film problematizes the personal diaries of the director's father using images and thoughts that bring the past into the present, that unite the now with the possible, and which create a (self-) portrait in search of a paradise that is always over the horizon.
Le mie parole
Ketty La Rocca08.04.2017 – 18.06.2017
“The ultimate purpose of words and artistic images is not to bring our understanding closer to meaning, but to increase the difficulty of our perceptions, to challenge by dissociating, to interpret by deducing, to show us objects as if we were seeing them for the first time.”
The Time of Monsters
Copi05.11.2016 – 05.03.2017
“Here is an author who has forgotten that he is an Author and plays the game like someone playing a game. He does this without ulterior motives, without mood swings or the need to regret anything, without anxieties or frustrations, guided by that incomparable feeling that we call pleasure.”
Gardens of Cooperation
Alexander Kluge05.11.2016 – 05.03.2017
“We need gardens of cooperation amidst the information jungle, small oases of exchange sustained by workers in the public sphere. Faced with the inflation of content, we must sustain and preserve these moments where music, literature and images in movement cooperate closely.”