The exhibition "Punk: sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo" at the CA2M of Móstoles

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-03-26

The exhibition “Punk: sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo”,  co-produced by the Artium Museum of Vitoria-Gasteiz and the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo CA2M, will be open at this center Móstoles of March 26 to October 4, with  the collaboration of the Etxepare Basque Institute, the British Council, the Goethe Institut, Prohelvetia and Radio 3. In October the exhibit will be shown in Gasteiz.


The exhibition is curated by David G. Torres and includes, amongst others,  works by the Basque artists Pepo Salazar, Iñaki Garmendia, Itziar Okariz and Juan Perez Agirregoikoa.

“Punk: sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo” tries to reflect the punk attitude in different thematic areas (noise, violence, denial, anarchy, destruction, alienation, nihilism and sexuality) and their influence and expression in contemporary art. Icons, texts, references to bands, pictures and music that are integrated in different artistic productions, varied both in composition and in the disciplines used. The exhibition also shows a review of the history of Punk from its inception until today.

The exhibition “Punk: sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo”,  co-produced by the Artium Museum of Vitoria-Gasteiz and the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo CA2M, will be open at this center Móstoles of March 26 to October 4, with  the collaboration of the Etxepare Basque Institute, the British Council, the Goethe Institut, Prohelvetia and Radio 3. In October the exhibit will be shown in Gasteiz.


The exhibition is curated by David G. Torres and includes, amongst others,  works by the Basque artists Pepo Salazar, Iñaki Garmendia, Itziar Okariz and Juan Perez Agirregoikoa.

“Punk: sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo” tries to reflect the punk attitude in different thematic areas (noise, violence, denial, anarchy, destruction, alienation, nihilism and sexuality) and their influence and expression in contemporary art. Icons, texts, references to bands, pictures and music that are integrated in different artistic productions, varied both in composition and in the disciplines used. The exhibition also shows a review of the history of Punk from its inception until today.

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