With Anna Irina Russell and Roc Jiménez de Cisneros, DeForrest Brown, Jr. and RRUCCULLA, Invernomuto and STILL, Sukitoa o Namau and Aho Ssan (Carte blanche for the Jokkoo Collective).
The exhibition presents a political reading of Felix Gonzalez Torres’ work, as well as the exemplary importance of the work for queer aesthetics.
The testimony of a generation that chose to take part in exhibitions held in alternative cultural spaces rather than more conventional art venues.
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‘The great memory can be found in history books, but the hoard of small bits of knowledge that each one of us has accumulated makes up what we are.’
In this podcast, DeForrest Brown, Jr. talks about Detroit veterans, broken futures, Reaganomics, screams, government sanctioned murder, and Disco Demolition in the post-truth era.
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L’Internationale Online launches what about support what about struggle, a collection of poetic responses on the most essential topic of today; how to survive un/natural catastrophes?
Is the first in a new line of exhibitions entitled Panorama, focusing on contemporary art practices in and around Barcelona.