They release records at their own pace, without pressures of any kind. Teresa Iturrioz and Ibon Errazkin, the members of Single, are cult artists in their own right. Their music, however, is open to all publics — an exquisite blend of pop and folk that could belong to any period, but which always sounds fiercely personal.
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Christian G. Bello
He’s one of the most recognised Spanish artists within young contemporary plastic creation and one of the five finalists of the IV Premio Cervezas Alhambra de Arte Emergente [4th Emerging Art Alhambra Beer Awards]. These days, Galician Christian García Bello will spend his fifth consecutive year at ARCOmadrid with several proposals which are the result of his research as a sculptor.
In its 38 years of life, the International Contemporary Art Fair ARCOmadrid has become a must-visit event for collectors and art lovers from around the world. Its secret? An impeccable selection of art galleries and an inspiring program curated to bring the most transformative art closer to all audiences.
Ana Laura Aláez
Twenty years ago, Ana Laura Aláez turned the art circuit upside down with an installation that consisted of creating a night club inside a national museum. Now established as one of the key voices of her generation, the artist who made orthodox critics feel very uncomfortable in the 1990s once again delights us with an exhibition that traces her entire career and starts a dialogue with the spectator about the possibility of what could have been.
His work reached the masses through the cover of a C. Tagana album. Nevertheless, ‘hyperactive’ Carlos Fernández-Pello has been on Madrid’s artistic scene for years, both as an artist, teacher, editor and commissioner. We dive into his workspace to discover the practice of this millennial artist first-hand, who in just a few years has won over the art masters.
They emerged under ARCO, but in the last few years, these fairs have come into their own. During Art Week, Madrid hosts a steady stream of fairs for all audiences, tastes and pockets. Whether you like illustration, urban or contemporary art, you have a date in the capital of the kingdom.
Agatha Ruiz de la Prada
If there’s one designer capable of building the Spain brand, it’s Agatha Ruiz de la Prada. Inventive, surprising, fun... and extremely hard-working, only she can agathise the world. She’ll prove it again soon at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, where she’ll be launching her new fashion collection.
Juan Carlos Bracho
Artist and draughtsman Juan Carlos Bracho explores the relationship between space, time, and perception in the exhibitions Architecture and the Self, on show at Sala Alcalá 31, and Tutti Frutti, at the Alcobendas Art Center.
Picasso Meets Calder
The art of Pablo Ruiz Picasso meets the disruptive talent of Alexander Calder in 'Calder-Picasso': a unique exhibition hosted by the Museo Picasso Málaga until 2 February 2020. We take a look at the fortuitous meeting that lies at the heart of one of the key exhibitions of this season.
Let’s Go Gallery-Hopping!
Apertura Madrid Gallery Weekend, an art fair launched 10 years ago with the aim to support emerging and consolidated artists, promote art collecting and, most importantly, to attract people to their galleries.
The Spanish-Brazilian artist returns to Madrid with 'lindalocaviejabruja', a project denouncing everyday sexism through the most dangerous means—the small things in life.
Velázquez, Rembrandt And Vermeer
Velázquez, Rembrandt and Vermeer had more in common than history has wanted us to realise. As part of its fantastic and rewarding 200th anniversary celebrations, the Prado Museum is now revealing it to us, until the end of September.
The Prado Celebrates Its Birthday With A Tour Of Spain
The exhibition 'Gira por España' has been inviting the public to enjoy the works of Goya, Velázquez, Rafael and Rubens and join the celebrations for Museo del Prado´s bicentenary on different locations throughout the country.
Rogelio López Cuenca
At 60, Rogelio López Cuenca is facing a key moment in his life that is also a double-edged sword—a retrospective exhibition. A statement of intent highlighting the language, painting, poetry, collage, irony, and tons of humour permeating his work.