4 november, 2010 - 27 november, 2010
The Tattooed Skeleton
Suzanne Lacy (California, 1945), an American visual artist, is a pioneer in using political activism to denounce violence against women. Her early works prefigure many of the themes found in current debates on contextual and community practices, defending the role of an engaged public and the active role of the artist in the design of public policies.
October 29, 2010 - February 10, 2011
Research residencies. Public presentations
The research residencies inside the Study Centre look to integrate the Museo’s visitors and workspaces and the university, bringing research time into the museum context and the relationship capacity within the academic sphere. The results of this first edition are presented in successive presentations with diverse formats.
October 29, 2010 - 7:30 p.m.
New communities. Conversation with Yael Bartana
This conference and screening explores the changes taking place in social formations and their contexts, revolving around the work of artist Yael Bartana (Israel, 1970). His work sheds light on the various forms of new communities and redefinitions of the idea of belonging.
28 october, 2010
Enlace-51. Cecilia Barriga
The work of Cecilia Barriga (Concepción, 1957), a Chilean filmmaker residing in Madrid since 1977, maintains a keen commitment to questions of social equality and reflections on gender, questioning the way in which our individual and group identities are constructed and represented, whether through the image impulse of what is most intimate or through the changing cultural and political circumstances that surround us.
6 october, 2010 - 7:30 p.m.
Eugeni Bonet y Javier Ortiz-Echagüe.
Presentación de :desbordamiento de VAL DEL OMAR
This encounter looks at the research that stems from the exhibition : VAL DEL OMAR Overflow. Eugeni Bonet, curator of the exhibition, and Javier Ortiz-Echagüe, assistant curator, present the results of work linked to the exhibit that is based on the attempts to reconstruct non-existent techniques and the recovery of unreleased work by the film-maker from Granada.
4 october, 2010 - 7 october, 2010
Miralda. De gustibus non disputandum
To mark the occasion of the exhibition Miralda. De gustibus non disputandum (24 June -11 October 2010), the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía is presenting three video programmes by the artist Antoni Miralda (Tarrasa, 1942) that explain his view of art in the context of the exhibition.
23 september, 2010 - 7:30 p.m.
Guernica. Mass Media and Collective Imaginary
This presentation explores some of the themes addressed in the last issue of Archivos de la Filmoteca, a periodical published by the Generalitat Valenciana Film Institute. The aim of this publication is to examine Guernica in the light of visual culture studies and their relationship with cinema and photography as mass communication media.
13 september, 2010 - 26 september, 2010
The Storyteller presents a group of international artists who use stories as a way to understand and convey political and social events. All of the works in The Storyteller revolve around situations that are either in the process of unfolding or that continue to impact the lives of the artists or protagonists.
2 september, 2010 - 7:30 PM
Eviva Il Cotello (Lang lebe das Messer). Ines Doujak
Ines Doujak's performance Eviva Il Cotello (Lang lebe das Messer) intervenes the exhitibion space and discoursive realm of the The Potosí Principle. How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land? In her work, Ines Doujak examines the norms of human behaviour as structural and constituent elements of society from a decidedly feminist perspective.
June 30 - July 2, 2010 - Workshop: 10:00 h to 17:00 h. Conferences: 19:30 h
The Drift Is Ours
Drift is Ours is a workshop of experience, reflection and debate from the perspective of pedagogy and modern utopia based in Latin America, linked to the exhibition project Drifts and Derivations. Experiences, Journeys and Morphologies. The event will consist in three workshops led by activists, architects, geographers, poets and town planners.