Guided visit to the exhibition “Letter of Marque” by Daniel García Andújar

Guided visit to “Letter of Marque” exhibition by Daniel García Andújar

  • Day: October 26
  • Time: 7 pm.
  • Exhibition Hall B
  • Free activity with prior registration
  • Limited capacity

As part of the activities around “Letter of Marque” exhibition, we propose a guided visit by the artist Daniel García Andújar. As can be read in the text of the exhibition, “sailing the Mediterranean is a venture loaded with historical, political and social meaning. It means taking on board a host of presences and absences, the bearers of buried and drowned stories, it means being prepared to see how time continues to transmit an imagery that points to conflict, banishment and exile”.

Andújar’s exhibition at Es Baluard Museu features unpublished materials and works that hint at abandonment, despoilment and loss. Under this epigraph, he has carried out a site-specific investigation to present us with some pieces that appeal to a common time and space. He himself will guide us on a tour through his work.

The visit is free with prior registration.

Daniel García Andújar (Almoradí, Alicante, Spain, 1966) is a visual artist, theorist and activist who works and Daniel García Andújar (Almoradí, Alicante, Spain, 1966) is a visual artist, theorist and activist who works and lives in Barcelona. Through interventions in public space and a critical use of digital media and the communication strategies of the corporations connected to it, his theoretical and artistic work oscillates between real (the city) and virtual (the Web) territories. He has given and conducted workshops and seminars for artists and social collectives in many countries. His works have been shown in numerous exhibitions around the world, including Manifesta 4 and the 53rd Venice Biennale. The Museo Nacional Centro Arte Reina Sofía hosted a complete solo show in 2015, curated by Manuel Borja-Villel. In 2017 he participated in documenta14 in Athens and Kassel.

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