The travelling exhibition GAUR(sic) goes on with its tour

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2014-09-02

The traveling exhibition GAUR (sic) continues its tour, and has just left its second stop: on August 29 the stay in Managua (Nicaragua) came to an end. These days, and until October 11, the exhibition will be in Montevideo (Uruguay); from September 9 to October 25, in Tegucigalpa (Honduras) and from September 18 on, in San José (Costa Rica).

During the month spent in Managua, the artist Zuhar Iruretagoiena has accompanied the exhibition, and on August 6 she gave a talk about the new landscape of the Basque creation, linked to the history of contemporary art. On the other hand, Aitor Lajarín will be with the exhibition in Montevideo, and Juan Aizpitarte will travel to Tegucigalpa and San José. He will organize two workshops durig the stay.

The traveling exhibition GAUR (sic) was inaugurated on June 12 at the PINTA London festival, and the next stops will be in San Jose (Costa Rica), Mexico DF, Córdoba (Argentina) and Santiago de Chile.

 

The traveling exhibition GAUR (sic) continues its tour, and has just left its second stop: on August 29 the stay in Managua (Nicaragua) came to an end. These days, and until October 11, the exhibition will be in Montevideo (Uruguay); from September 9 to October 25, in Tegucigalpa (Honduras) and from September 18 on, in San José (Costa Rica).

During the month spent in Managua, the artist Zuhar Iruretagoiena has accompanied the exhibition, and on August 6 she gave a talk about the new landscape of the Basque creation, linked to the history of contemporary art. On the other hand, Aitor Lajarín will be with the exhibition in Montevideo, and Juan Aizpitarte will travel to Tegucigalpa and San José. He will organize two workshops durig the stay.

The traveling exhibition GAUR (sic) was inaugurated on June 12 at the PINTA London festival, and the next stops will be in San Jose (Costa Rica), Mexico DF, Córdoba (Argentina) and Santiago de Chile.

With the aim of raising awareness about contemporary Basque art and placing it in an international context, in 2011 the Etxepare Basque Institute sponsored GAUR (sic), a research project that took shape in a travelling exhibition of video works which was curated by Nekane Aramburu. The final selection of works centred on eight creative proposals, the work of the artists Sra. Polaroiska (Alaitz Arenzana and María Ibarretxe), Colombina’s (Larraitz Torres and Sandra Cuesta), Aitor LajarinZuhar Iruretagoiena, Iratxe Jaio and Klaas van Gorkum, Saioa Olmo, Juan Aizpitarte and Ixone Sadaba.

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