Events taking place on September 25, 2018

Events 1–16 of 18

Alicia’s Hands
  • Film
  • New York

Alicia’s Hands

The Mannes School of Music, the Manhattan School of Music and Rutgers University pay tribute to legendary pianist Alicia de Larrocha through the screening of a documentary on her life.

Sep 24 – Sep 26, 2018

Jaume Plensa: Talking Continents now
  • Visual arts
  • Memphis

Jaume Plensa: Talking Continents

Jaume Plensa presents large-scale sculptures and installations that use language, history, literature and psychology to draw attention to the barriers that separate and divide humanity.

Sep 22 – Jan 6, 2019

Parallel looks. Iran-Spain: Photographers in the mirror
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Parallel looks. Iran-Spain: Photographers in the mirror

The exhibition represents the first encounter of twelve female photographers from Iran and Spain who share suprising affinities.

Sep 18 – Dec 9, 2018

Prologue
  • Performing arts
  • New York

Prologue

Directed by Maria Litvan with Laia Cabrera and Ignacio García-Bustelo, “Prologue” is a mixed-media performance created as a composition of moments, snapshots into the life and thought of French philosopher and activist Simone Weil.

Sep 14 – Sep 30, 2018

Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936
  • Visual arts
  • Dallas

Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936

Nearly two dozen Surrealist masterpieces comprise the first focused exploration of the small-scale paintings by Salvador Dalí.

Sep 9 – Dec 9, 2018

Dalí’s Aliyah: A Moment in Jewish History
  • Visual arts
  • Dallas

Dalí’s Aliyah: A Moment in Jewish History

On view for the first time since its acquisition by the museum in 2017, a rare complete set of the lithographic prints offers a contrasting complement to “Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936.”

Sep 9 – Dec 9, 2018

Crossroads by Casilda Sánchez
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Crossroads by Casilda Sánchez

The exhibition presents the large-scale projections of video artist Sánchez at her first solo show with The Cluster Gallery.

Sep 6 – Sep 26, 2018

Fever
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Fever

A selected group Spanish artists participate in an exhibition that explores the different takes on climate change through thought-provoking and poetic interpretations.

Aug 30 – Sep 30, 2018

Guillermo Mora: Now, Soon, Then, Tomorrow now
  • Visual arts
  • Savannah, GA

Guillermo Mora: Now, Soon, Then, Tomorrow

Continuing with his challenge to the nature and current state of artistic disciplines, in “Now, Soon, Then, Tomorrow,” Guillermo Mora playfully presents an inventive, almost surreal, conception of contemporary painting in four site-specific installations.

Aug 30 – Jan 6, 2019

Ana Esteve Llorens: Correspondence
  • Visual arts
  • Austin

Ana Esteve Llorens: Correspondence

“Correspondence” features a new series of weaving-objects through which artist Ana Esteve Llorens explores the relation between abstraction, memory and the process of making.

Aug 18 – Nov 11, 2018

Link by Jorge Palacios
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Link by Jorge Palacios

The public sculpture entitled “Link” will be installed on Flatiron Plaza North as part of the exhibition “Jorge Palacios at The Noguchi Museum.”

Aug 16 – Nov 6, 2018

Sense of Humor now
  • Visual arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Sense of Humor

Major works from the “Caprichos” by Francisco de Goya, a series of etchings showing powerful social commentary, are included in the NGA exhibition.

Jul 15 – Jan 6, 2019

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané: A Transparent Leaf Instead Of The Mouth
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané: A Transparent Leaf Instead Of The Mouth

“A Transparent Leaf instead of The Mouth” is the first institutional solo exhibition of work by Spanish artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané in the United States.

Jun 23 – Oct 14, 2018

Designing America: Spain's Imprint in the U.S. now
  • Heritage
  • San Antonio

Designing America: Spain's Imprint in the U.S.

“Designing America” presents the decisive contribution of Spain to the construction and planning of the territory, the landscape and the U.S. cities, from the first settlements until today.

Jun 18 – Jun 20, 2019

Clyde Butcher: Visions of Dalí's Spain
  • Visual arts
  • Tampa

Clyde Butcher: Visions of Dalí's Spain

The exhibition features 41 photos that take viewers on a journey through Dalí’s beloved Catalonian coastline, with images ranging from an intimate 2 feet to a panoramic 8 feet in width.

Jun 16 – Nov 25, 2018

The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal now
  • Visual arts
  • Boston

The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal

This traveling exhibition is the first major presentation of Spanish neuroscientist’s pioneering drawings of the brain and brain cells, and also features contemporary visualizations that illuminate the impact of Cajal’s early work on modern day neuroscience.

May 3 – Dec 31, 2018