Toshiro Yamaguchi has started a new stage of exhibitions in the land of the raising sun, which will take him to exhibite his work in several galleries along the next months (in the image, one of them in LADS Gallery, Osaka).
On the ocassion of this tour, we recover his thoughts and reflections on art:
PHE Week Discoveries is a professional meeting for photographers that will be held from May 30th to June 3rd, 2016, coinciding with the official opening of PHotoEspaña, in the new headquarters of PIC.A Alcobendas PHotoEspaña International School, at Miguel Delibes Space (Avenida de la Magia, 3, 28100, Alcobendas, Madrid).
PHE Discoveries Week programme includes portfolio views, seminars and workshops in order to create a space where photographers can:
Mercedes Lara takes the water as a starting point and pretext. An imaginary flow that is diluted and that flood us as a superb spinning torrent from bank to bank in the courtyard of Regional Museum of Daimiel (Ciudad Real).
Vienna welcomes the exhibition of artists Notio Kajiura, Shinya Sakurai and Toshiro Yamaguchi .
The exhibition opens on February 17th and it will be open until February 2017, with previous appointment. Maria Christine Holter, historian and art teacher will make the presentation and we will count on the presence of Ölhafen Sali, the curator .
Next Friday, February 26th , at Sala Fundacion ARCO (Ifema, Hall 9 ), the presentation of the project for the First International Contemporary Art Biennial of South America will be held.
From 16:00 to 18:00 participants will discuss why a new biennial is necessary. We will count on the presence of Anibal Jozami, Tadeu Chiarelli, Andrés Duprat, José Roca, Estrella de Diego, Joao Fernandes and Diana Wechsler.
Video of the exhibition by Stefano Bonacci. The Distance Required, which can be visited until February 27th at Lucía Mendoza Gallery in Madrid. Curated by Nicola Mariani.
Lucía Mendoza Gallery (Madrid) has just released a video about the exhibition of Stefano Bonacci. The Distance Required, which I have the great pleasure of curating. This is the first solo exhibition in Spain of Italian artist Stefano Bonacci (Perugia, 1971) and it can be seen in Lucía Mendoza Gallery until next February 27th.
First, although either somewhat late, happy new year. I know my Christmas break was rather long, but it is difficult to return to work after a holiday (and especially a binge) so intense. Whatever the excuse, I'm finally back ... and eager with many things to tell.
I want to start talking about this 2016 a new exhibition that opened in early January in Madrid. This is the one shown in the past served fifteen years of career the Italian artist Stefano Bonacci necessary distance. One project, no doubt, to see and enjoy.