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  • Ral Veroni. La Muestra Nómade, 1990-1991. Afiche
    26 - 27 October 2012

    Losing the human form

    Conversations about the 80s in Latin America

    Seminars and conferences Encounter

    One of the primary aims of this seminar is to facilitate testimony and oral discourse as a stimulant and as a counterpoint to exhibition discourse and, at the same time, to produce a debate between the artists and agents that were involved and a new generation of historians and critics that are rewriting Latin American art practices as they overflow toward a context that has more social and political activism, but that is also more subjective, identitary and sexual.

  • 22 october, 2012 - 7:30 p.m.

    The event in the origins of Fluxus

    Encounter with Eric Andersen

    Seminars and conferences Encounter

    Eric Andersen (Antwerp, 1940) has been linked to Fluxus from practically the very beginning. In 1962, he had the idea of organising a festival in Copenhagen's Nikolai Church. Before that he was involved in setting up art-poetry networks throughout Europe. His participation in this Festum Fluxorum, as the most public and festive qualities of Fluxus were known, was the beginning of a long collaboration in an array of Fluxus events that continue to this day.

  • Sharon Hayes performing
    18 may, 2012 - 12:30 p.m.
    Seminars and conferences Encounter

    The Critical Practices Program at Museo Reina Sofía has organised two seminars for 2012; one focuses on the body as archive ( Somatheque ) and the other examines the city as the scenario of contemporary socio-political tensions ( Metropolis ).

  • Hans Haacke. Germany Pavillion. Venice Biennale. Installation, 1993.
    15 april, 2012 - 7:30 p.m.
    Seminars and conferences Encounter

    Often linked to institutional critique, the work of Hans Haacke dismantles the idea of the autonomy of museums and art institutions, by showing the complex and ambiguous networks of relationships involving capital and power that support not only museums but also cultural institutions.