Memories: Words to Campano
Seminar related to the exhibition «Miguel Ángel Campano. Accents and difference»
- Date: February 18, 2021
- Time: 6 pm – 8:30 pm
- Location: Aljub
- Free activity with prior registration and limited places
Es Baluard Museu organizes a conference on the painter Miguel Ángel Campano linked to the exhibition «Accents and difference». With this program, which includes a videoconference and a discussion table, we will get closer to the life and work of the creator to learn how he lived his relationship with painting through an approach to his most intimate universe.
This is a meeting in which we will seek an approach to Campano’s plastic arts that will help us to remember and recall the spaces that were important to him, from the point of view and direct experience of the people who established a personal relationship with over the years.
The day is face-to-face and can also be followed through the Zoom platform with the following credentials:
Videoconference by Santiago Olmo
Schedule: 6 pm – 7 pm
Access code: 220426
Schedule: 6 pm – 7 pm
Participants: Jero Martínez (MAIOR Gallery director), Toni de Cúber, Amador Magraner and Toni Barrero (artists and personal friends of Miguel Ángel Campano). Moderator: Santiago Olmo
Access code: 654150
Santiago Olmo is the director of the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporáneo (CGAC), in Santiago de Compostela since 2015. Graduated in Philosophy from the Complutense University of Madrid, he is an art critic and curator. As a critic he has collaborated with numerous artists and institutions publishing articles and texts for their catalogs, in addition, he has exercised independent criticism in specialized contemporary art magazines such as Artecontexto or Lapiz, of which he was its editor.
He has been curator of the Spanish representation both at the International Graphic Art Biennale of Ljubljana (Slovenia) in 1993, as at the XXIV Bienal de Sao Paolo in Brazil in 1996 and at the Milan Triennale in 2001. In 2005 he was curator of the selection of Spain in the Rencontres Photographiques Bamako (Mali) and Kinshasa (RDC) as well as in the 2010 Pontevedra Biennial, from where he carried out the analysis of immigration phenomena, with exhibitions of Central American and Galician artists, in addition to being also curator at the XVIII Biennial of Guatemala in 2012 on Central America and the Caribbean.