Monday, 08 February 2021 09:59

2021 exhibition programme in Artium Museum

The Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basque Country presents a programme of solo and group exhibitions that develop its main strands of work. Two of its core principles in 2021 will continue to be the inclusion of women artists in its temporary exhibition programme and Permanent Collection and its public legacy conservation and research.

Artium Museum will this year also focus on studying the links between artistic and educational practices with two group exhibitions on the crossovers and exchanges between art and pedagogy in the Basque Country since the 1960s and various historical experiences that have had a bearing on learning and art’s capacity to be an element of change. The second edition of the JAI (Institute of Artistic Practices) study programme will take place within this context in collaboration with CICC Tabakalera.

Film and moving images will also be major strands in its 2021 programme with the launch of an exhibition project of films produced by artists and filmmakers in a new exhibition space –Gallery Z– beginning in May with a line-up of international guest artists visiting the Museum.

Lorea Alfaro | Gerardo Armesto | Txaro Arrazola | A Place to Think: Experimental Art Practices and Schools in the Basque Country (1963-73) | Antonio Ballester Moreno | Juncal Ballestín | Maddi Barber+Marina Lameiro | Nadia Barkate | Eric Baudelaire | Katinka Bock | Mariana Castillo Deball | June Crespo | Moyra Davey | Patricia Esquivias | José Félix González Placer | Daniel Llaría | Rosalind Nashashibi | Xabier Salaberria | Zeru bat, hamaika bide. Bigarren bidea / Constructing a Public Legacy

See complete programme (pdf) 

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