Reading programme: Art en pantalla

  • Days: March 14, April 11, May 9 and June 6
  • Time: 7:00 p.m.
  • Space: Bookshop
  • Free activity with previous registration

The digital world has changed our way of seeing and knowing the world. Also the way we approach art works and museums. Art en pantalla (Art on Screen) is a public programme to promote the reading and dissemination of Art History from multiple perspectives, which will also address of this content on social networks and other digital platforms. This cycle will feature the presence of Eugenia Tenenbaum, Sara Rubayo, Jorge Carrión and Miguel Ángel Cajigal (El Barroquista).

Each of the invited people will recommend the books that have served as a lighthouse and guide when writing their own and understanding certain aspects of the historiography of art, in addition to commenting on their latest publications, and placing special emphasis on how the platforms Digital technologies have helped them relate to new audiences in new ways.

PROGRAM

Eugenia Tenenbaum is an art historian specialized in gender perspective. She is dedicated to cultural dissemination and art criticism on social networks, mainly Instagram and Patreon. She gives guided tours, presentations and workshops on art, feminism and the impact that gender relations have on the creation, reception and dissemination of artistic production at conferences, universities, institutes, museums and other spaces. The essay La mirada inquieta (2022) and the fiction Las mujeres detrás de Picasso (2023) are her first books.

Sara Rubayo is an art historian and cultural disseminator. In 2015 she opened her YouTube channel, La Gata Verde, to bring art to all audiences, in a fun but rigorous way. It disseminates content ranging from the great classics of painting to the latest trends. Her work also focuses on Instagram and Twitter. She is a collaborator in the program El Condensador de Fluzo on La 2 de TVE. She makes women artists visible in pintorAs 1 and pintorAs 2, books edited by Paidós and she is the author of Te gusta el Arte Aunque No lo Sepas.

Jorge Carrión has a doctorate in Humanities from the Pompeu Fabra University, at whose UPF-BSM he directs the Master in Literary Creation. He is the author of numerous books ranging from novels to essays, comics and travel literature. Many of them, such as Membrana (2021) and Todos los museos son novelas de ciencia ficción (2022), edited by Galaxia Gutenberg, and the graphic novel El Museu (2023) by Norma Editorial, drawn by Sagar, explore art and the museum.

Miguel Ángel Cajigal Vera (El Barroquista) is an art historian. A specialist in heritage education and museums, he directs the Master in Education in Museums and Cultural Spaces at the Miguel de Cervantes European University. He collaborates in the historical dissemination program El condensador de fluzo, on La 2 on TVE, on Julia en la Onda on Onda Cero and in Galicia por Diante on Radio Galega. He has published the books Otra Historia del Arte (2021) and Otra historia de la Arquitectura (2023) with Ediciones B.

Share
Categories
Cultural
Tags
art arte books carrión digital Gender Género lectura media museum reading social technologies tenenbaum
14th March 2024 → 6th June 2024