Spain Fresh Fest #1

Spain Fresh Fest #1

The program includes the performance of the Spanish band Svper and a DJ set by Sau Poler among others.

Spain Fresh Fest is a multidisciplinary program of events to take place at NYU’s King Juan Carlos Center (KJCC) and other TBA venues in New York City.

The program introduces Spanish artists that meet “Fresh Culture” principles:

  1. Young and vibrant.
  2. They have received awards and have been exhibited (in Spain or Europe).
  3. Glocal scope (global and local).

This program represents Spain Fresh’s introduction to the American public. Its first edition will focus on concepts such as pastiche, remake, remembrance or amnesia.

Spain-Brooklyn Music Series

Two music events with bands from Spain and Brooklyn:

  • On March 28th, from 8 pm to 10:30 pm at KJCC: Svper (Barcelona) and Sau Poler (Barcelona-NYC). Limited entrance.
  • On May 30th, from 7 pm (doors open) to 1 am at KJCC: Mwëslee (Vigo) at 8pm, BFlecha (Vigo) at 9 pm, Kim Ann Foxman (NYC) at 10 pm,  and Alex Pasternak (California) at 11 pm. Free and open to the public until full capacity is reached; first come, first serve.

New Spanish Photography: Visions beyond Borders

A collective photo exhibition introducing 10 Spanish artists. Additionally there will be a small show of 5 selected artists though an open call co-organized by Doze Magazine.

  • From May 2 until May 30 at KJCC.
  • Opening reception on May 6th, from 7 pm to 9 pm.

Spanish Fresh Films

A film series introducing new works from three Spanish filmmakers:

  • Urban Culture
  • New York
  • Fri, March 28Fri, May 30, 2014

Venue

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King Juan Carlos I of Spain, New York University, 53 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012
212-998-3650

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Admission

All the events are free and open to the public.

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Credits

With the support of the Spain-USA Foundation, SPAIN arts & culture and the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center at New York University. Spain Fresh Fest is co-curated by Abraham Rivera and Javier Moreno, the first recipient of the artists in residence program from the Spain-USA Foundation.

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