Wagner + Partner is proud to present Alexandra Baumgartner’s first solo exhibition, Separations. Baumgartner, who was born in Salzburg in 1973, is dedicated to exploring the human psyche and its depths. This includes matters of control and its loss, interpersonal relationships, social norms and fears. (more…)
This major exhibition project brings together works by over 50 artists, looking at a future already in the making as the environmental agenda becomes one of most pressing global political questions. Artists include Doug Aitken, John Akomfrah, Le Corbusier, Max Ernst, Martha Rosler, Tomás Saraceno, Allan Sekula, among mans others.
Entitled May You Live In Interesting Times, the theme evokes a sense of challenge, but also invites consideration for human events in their complexity. Exhibiting artists include Sean Scully, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Nairy Baghramian, Danh Vo, Michael E. Smith, Shilpa Gupta, Julie Mehretu, Ulrike Müller, Tomás Saraceno, Henry Taylor, among others.
In this ongoing investigation, the artist develops a pluralistic and personal approach to the concepts of subjectivity, culture, and time. This exhibition transforms the gallery space into a field of imagination and solidarity in which multi-sensory elements evoked by a series of sonic and mobile sculptures generate an engaging platform for the audience.
A hotbed for talent discovery and a key event for filmmakers to meet industry professionals, the festival celebrates independent film from around the world, supporting and championing filmmaking.
Once again, this year, Médicos del Mundo presents the Luis Valtueña International Humanitarian Photography Award to denounce the situation of millions of people in the World. This award comes as a tribute to and in recognition of Luis Valtueña, Flors Sirera, Manuel Madrazo, and Mercedes Navarro (more…)