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  • 12 december, 1990 - 24 december, 1990

    Image in movement biennial ’90 exhibits a selection of works made between 1988 and 1990 whose common denominator is the use of video, film, television or computer, both as a support, and as a medium. The exhibition brings together a wide and varied set of works that are involved in some way with the term "image in movement" in its most extensive sense.

  • Exhibition view. Una conferencia comisariada. Sobre el futuro de la fuerza colectiva dentro del archivo, 2010
    May 20 - August 30, 2010

    Una conferencia comisariada

    Sobre el futuro de la fuerza colectiva dentro del archivo

    In their efforts to distance themselves from a linear narrative of modernity, The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía addresses the Museum's vision as not merely a container of objects, but as an entity capable of producing new discourses for their Collection and generating new knowledge. For this reason through Two Different Readings of the Collection, two exhibitions have opened at the same time, about the meaning of collecting and relating the Museum's Collection from two different points of view. Artists Rosa Barba and Juan Luis Moraza, have made an exhaustive study on the Museum's collection to then choose a selection of works which can offer the public two alternative visions and proposals on the Collection.

  • Exhibition view. New Realisms: 1957-1962. Object Strategies Between Readymade and Spectacle, 2010
    June 16 - October 4, 2010

    New Realisms: 1957-1962

    Object Strategies Between Readymade and Spectacle

    The exhibition New Realisms: 1957-1962 focuses on one of the most important periods of changes in art during the twentieth century, beginning with the completion of Modernism and ending during the peak of Postmodernism. This period brings together a heterogeneous multiplicity of decisive manifestations and creates a new discourse on art and its contexts, leaving Abstraction and the mastery of painting behind. At this time interest shifts from the conventional art object to processes, while questioning the production systems and the consumption of art; the foundations for a great change in the paradigms of art during the sixties are laid.

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