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  • Paul Klee. Baldgreis, 1922. Oil on cardboard, 40.3 x 37.4 cm. Kunstmuseum Basel © Kunstmuseum Basel
    March 18 - September 14, 2015

    The Kunstmuseum Basel is considered one of the finest public municipal museums in the world. The two cornerstones of its collection are the works dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, on one side, and artworks from the 19th century to the 21st , on the other, with the ensemble of the latter making it one of the most significant collections of contemporary art in Europe.

  • Daniel García Andújar. Estamos vigilando, 1994. Intervention in public space, image of La Concha beach in San Sebastián, Spain. Variable dimensions. Courtesy of the artist
    January 21 - May 4, 2015

    Daniel García Andújar (Almoradí, 1966) is a visual artist, theorist and activist that is difficult to classify, and is considered one of the most pre-eminent representatives of so-called Net.art in Spain. With an interest in constructing a cultural discourse through digital media and IT and communication technologies, the artist operates from public space, making use of the city and the Network as territories from which to conduct his work.

  • Luciano Fabro. Italia d’oro 1971 e manifesto mostra gall. De Nieubourg 1969. © Silvia Fabro (Archivio Luciano e Carla Fabro) ph Giancarlo Baghetti, 1973
    November 27, 2014 — April 12, 2015

    This exhibition will offer a comprehensive approach to Luciano Fabro’s distinctive relationship to sculpture and space.

  • Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller. The Marionette Maker, 2014
    November 19, 2014 - March 16, 2015

    Through the critical and experimental use of sound and voices combined with diverse narrative, scenic and visual elements, Canadian artists Janet Cardiff (Brussels, Ontario, 1957) and George Bures Miller (Vegreville, Alberta, 1960) create engulfing, multi-sensorial installations that explore how our perception of reality is shaped and obstructed.

  • Mathias Goeritz, La serpiente de El Eco, variant, 2010-2011. Assembled cardboard and polychrome, 11.5 x 32 x 9.5 cm. Private collection, Madrid
    November 12, 2014 - April 13, 2015

    The return of the snake

    Mathias Goeritz and the invention of emotional architecture

    This exhibition represents an approach to the work of Mathias Goeritz (Danzig, 1915 – Mexico City, 1990), produced after he settled in Mexico in 1949.

  • Patricia Gadea. Untitled. Serie Circo, 1992. Mixed media and collage on cardboard and canvas. 146 x 97 cm. Private collection
    November 5, 2014 - January 5, 2015

    Patricia Gadea

    Atomic-Circus

    Atomic-Circus is the first retrospective devoted to the work of artist Patricia Gadea (Madrid, 1960 – Palencia 2006), a key figure in the revival of Spanish painting in the 1980s and 1990s. Her painting emerged at a time of experimentation with freedom, sheltered by the movida cultural movement in Madrid and an atmosphere of euphoria brought about by democratic change.

  • Adelita Husni-Bey, Postcards from the Desert Island, 2010-2011. Kaddist Art Foundation Collection
    October 29, 2014 - February 9, 2015

    The exhibition endeavours to position the notion of critical pedagogy as a crucial element in collective struggles, and explore the tension between individual and social emancipation through education with examples that are both historical and current.

  • Juan Luis Moraza. Endscape (oppenheimereinstein), 2013. Stainless steel, wood. Collection of the author
    October 15, 2014 - March 2, 2015

    republic is an exhibition by Juan Luis Moraza (Vitoria, 1960), assembling a broad selection of his works and structuring them in areas that examine the museum as a system of conventions and possibilities of citizenship.

  • Robert Filliou. Livre-étalon / Standard-book, 1982. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. © 2014 Estate of Robert Filliou
    September 23, 2014-April 2015

    It is not new, it is a book, a quotation by Jacques Louis Nyst, is the title of the first in a series of exhibitions to be presented in the Library and Documentation Centre of the Reina Sofía Museum. The aim of this series is to present every aspect of the artists’ book. Both individual and thematic exhibitions are programmed.

    Biblioteca y centro de documentación
  • Richard Hamilton. Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?, 1956/1992. Collage. 26 x 25 cm. Private Collection. © R. Hamilton. All Rights Reserved, VEGAP, Madrid, 2014
    June 27 - October 13, 2014

    By virtue of more than 250 works produced between 1949 and 2011, this exhibition offers a comprehensive retrospective look at the work of Richard Hamilton (London, 1922 – 2011), a key figure in Pop Art and one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.

  • Kerry Jame Marshall. Lost boys AKA Black Johnny, 1993. Courtesy of the artist. Jack Shainman Gallery, NY, and Koplin Del Rio, CA
    June 13 - October 26, 2014

    Kerry James Marshall: painting and other stuff is the first major presentation in Europe of the work of this American artist (Birmingham, Alabama, 1955).

  • Collection Palabra e Imagen, published by the Lumen publishing house between 1961 and 1975
    May 28, 2014 – January 5, 2015

    The Exhibition photobooks. Spain 1905-1977 presents a journey through the history of the photobook in Spain, setting off at the beginning of the 20th century and ending in the mid seventies, via a selection from the Museo Reina Sofía Collection, contextualised and accompanied by an assortment of complementary material.

  • Palle Nielsen, A group of activists from different organisations in Denmark cleared a backyard in Stengade 52 in the area Nørrebro in Copenhagen the 31 of March 1968 and build a playground for the children instead. This was done to create attention of the lack of playgrounds as well as an overall redevelopment of the area. © VEGAP, Madrid, 2014 © PETERSEN ERIK / Polfoto
    April 30 – September 22, 2014

    Playgrounds

    Reinventing the Square

    The exhibition uses the term playground to propose a historical-artistic look at play areas and their socializing, transgressive and political potential, from the beginning of modernity to our day.

  • Exhibition view. Time and Things. The Home Studio of Hanne Darboven, 2014
    March 26 – September 1, 2014

    Hanne Darboven’s home studio forms the starting and arrival point of her work, both materially and conceptually; a key part of her legacy and essential to her oeuvre.

  • March 13 – October 19, 2014