'Meaning Making. Fragmented Imaginary of Twelve Cantabrian Artists'

'Meaning Making. Fragmented Imaginary of Twelve Cantabrian Artists'

This exhibition brings together important creators from Cantabria to showcase their work and highlight the region's art history and cultural roots.

The Department of Education, Culture and Sport of the Government of Cantabria is putting new internationalisation initiatives into action in order to increase awareness of the creative potential of our region through a coherent series of promotion and publicity activities in the United States and Europe.

This program includes an exhibition of contemporary art curated by Mónica Álvarez Careaga —Meaning Making. Fragmented imagery from twelve artists from Cantabria— which bring together important creators characterized by an expressive narrative that incorporate references to the history of art and their own experiences, as well as reinterpretations and assemblies of diverse images.

Artists include Víctor Alba, Luis Bezeta, Alfonso Borragán, Cristina del Campo, Antonio Díaz Grande, Álvaro González, Raúl Hevia, Javier Lamela, Gorka Mohamed, Cuca Nelles, Gloria Pereda and Álvaro Trugeda. Curated by Mónica Álvarez Careaga.

Admission is free and open to the public. Visiting hours: Monday-Thursday, from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, and Friday, from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. View the exhibition's catalog.

  • Visual arts
  • Washington, D.C.
  • April 11, 2013May 8, 2013

Venue

Embassy of Spain‎, 2375 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington D.C., DC 20037

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Government of Cantabria

Credits

Organized by the Government of Cantabria and SPAIN arts & culture.