• Fabrizio Plessi, Foresta di fuoco, 2000 (fragment of the work). Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma © of the work, Fabrizio Plessi, 2018. Photograph: Joaquín Cortés
Fabrizio Plessi, Foresta di fuoco, 2000 (fragment of the work). Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma © of the work, Fabrizio Plessi, 2018. Photograph: Joaquín Cortés

Permanent Collection

Crossing borders, fences, making walls permeable. A porous membrane, that of a museum in a fortress. Beyond the white cube, a collection. Our strategic plan, Es Baluard 2018, has a bearing on a model of museum the main mission of which is to answer for the value of the artistic heritage which it keeps in its custody and is bound to transmit to society.

Thus, the institution seeks to transcend the walls of the museum container to become an organic body, a transmitter and receiver of the cultural evolution of our times. The current availability of the permanent collection will be reinforced with the inclusion of, and dialogue on the latest artworks incorporated, in addition to collaborations with artists, collectors and other entities with the common denominator of inside-out.

The Es Baluard cultural complex is caught up in the museological discourse, leading to new interpretations based on significant pieces – acquired by the foundation itself – which allude precisely to the relationship between interior and exterior landscapes, things domestic and the elements, the social being and individual intimacy. A window and a spyhole that enables us to continue researching along the lines opened up and delve further into the analysis of study cases of the multiple narratives of art history.

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28th June 2018 → 6th January 2019
Production: Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma
Curator: Nekane Aramburu
Artists:
Marina Abramović, Nevin Aladag, Amador, Ricard Anckermann, Rogi André (Rozsa Klein), Hermen Anglada-Camarasa, Uri Aran, Enric Arbós, Tamara Arroyo, Darja Bajagić, Miquel Barceló, Eduardo T. Basualdo, María Blanchard, Xisco Bonnín, Georges Braque, Miriam Cahn, Tito Cittadini, Carles Congost, Gérard Courant, Thea Djordjadze, Apel·les Fenosa, Sylvie  Fleury, Tsuguaru Foujita, Ferran García Sevilla, Antoni Gelabert, Leo Gestel, Nan Goldin, Susy Gómez, Dominique González-Foerster, Josep Guinovart, Elmyr de Hory, Iman Issa, Concha Jerez, Rafel Joan, Sybille von Kaskel, Kimsooja, Wifredo Lam, Fernand Léger, Eva Lootz, Los Carpinteros, Reynaldo Luza, André Masson, Teresa Matas, Jonathan Meese, Eliseu Meifrèn, Joan Miró, Amedeo Modigliani, Jean Marie del Moral, Juan Muñoz, Hans / Georg Namuth / Reisner, Dennis Oppenheim, Fabrizio Plessi, Francesc Rosselló Miralles, Pablo Ruiz Picasso, Santiago Rusiñol, Doris Salcedo, Amparo Sard, Gabriel Serra, Hasan Shariff, José María Sicilia, Valerie Snobeck, Joaquín Sorolla, Mohammed Soueid, Solano Susana, Edouard Swoboda, Andreu Terrades, Rafael Tur Costa, Eulàlia Valldosera, Médard Vérburgh, Wolf Vostel, Yannick Vu
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Activities:
July 1rst - August 17th, "Entre Teles". GranGent/GentGran program. Workshop related to the permanent collection of the museum. Collaborates Domus Vi. Closed group.
July 5th 12am, Presentation of the publication Per què em vestesc de negre si estim tant la vida? Teresa Matas. Una revisió des de la contemporaneïtat edition linked to the homonymous temporary exhibition on Teresa Matas. Free activity and open to the public.
July 10th 13pm, Presentation of Cas d'estudi #1 Dones dadà with Susana Blas and Semíramis González. Free activity and open to the public.
July 13th – August 17th, every Friday from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm Mediation in the exhibition hall. Free activity and open to the public.
October 16th 7.30pm. Mediation around Ocaña in Mallorca. Free activity and open to the public.
November 6th 7pm. Exclusive visit for Members of Es Baluard to the «Col·lecció Permanent» with Nekane Aramburu, curator of the exhibition. Closed group.
November 29th 7pm, Screening of the documentary Miró l’altre (1969) by Pere Portabella. Free activity and open to the public.