Resultados Evaluación Hoja de Vida y CV Documentado

Sala de Arte El Brocense
24 October
23 November
This latest and significant exhibition of the Alcobendas Collection, now on show in Cáceres to coincide with this year’s edition of FOROSUR, will
give visitors a chance to explore and enjoy a special vision of landscape as a stage setting for narration through a fragmented gaze over nature with
the intention of generating knowledge and culture. Something as universal as the landscape engenders countless coincidences and this occasion is no
different. The deterioration of the Earth, the search for history, man’s appropriation of nature or the simple intervention and conversion in territory are
some of the narrations we come across in the works selected by the leading artists from Spain who have superb works in the Alcobendas Collection. A
total of twenty-four pieces were chosen for LANDSCAPE AS CONTEMPORARY NARRATION. ALCOBENDAS COLLECTION, from the
following artists: Ángel Marcos, Ana Teresa Ortega, Concha Prada, Joan Fontcuberta, Montse Soto, Pablo Pérez Mínguez, Almalé-Bondía, Bleda &
Rosa, Carlós Cánovas, Eduardo Nave, Felix Curto, Gonzalo Puch, José Ramón Bas, Juan de Sande, Luis Vioque, Manolo Bautista, Mayte Vieta,
Miguel Ángel Gaüeca, Rosa Muñoz and Valentin Vallhonrat.
Finally, I wish to thank all the members of the organisation of FOROSUR for their invaluable collaboration so that the photography holdings in the
Alcobendas Collection can continue fulfilling their mandate to travel and to further the education in visual culture in Spain.
José María Díaz-Maroto
Conservator and Curator of the Alcobendas Collection
Since it was first created in 1993 the Alcobendas Photography Collection has put together over eight-hundred works by Spanish artists. The core of
the collection consists of works by consecrated artists engaged with social documentary in the mid-twentieth century, such as Catalá Roca, Ramón
Masats, Pérez Siquier, Joan Colom, Paco Gómez, Oriol Maspons, Colita, Virxilio Vieítez, Nicolás Muller, Xavier Miserachs and Ricard Terré. Today,
the Alcobendas Photography Collection in regarded as one of the most coherent in Spain.
The collection defends the importance of photography within the overall artistic development of our times. It has come a long way since it was first
founded, and many of its original goals have been achieved. Last year we celebrated our twentieth anniversary, bearing in mind that, for any cultural
initiative, maintaining an uninterrupted programme over such a long period of time is a true challenge. This challenge was met thanks to the input of
many people who have helped to put it together ever since its beginnings, and also of the artists who have work in it, as well as the galleries and
institutions from the cultural community.
Over this time we have remained true to one of our founding mandates: to teach and to preserve photographic creation as a way of getting to know our
history and culture better, as well as altruistically showing it in other spaces, allowing the greatest possible number of people to enjoy it. Over these
twenty years so far the collection has toured to many towns and cities including Almería, La Coruña, Castellón, Barcelona, Segovia, Teruel, Jaén,
Zaragoza, Rome, Milan, Rabat...
Cataloguing the collection has been and is one of the ongoing concerns of its managers, and for this reason and ever since 1993 we have published
seven catalogues meticulously documenting everything contained in the collection’s photographic cultural heritage.
The present state of the collection is an exciting balance between, on one hand, its projection towards the future and, on the other, the testimony it
pays to the past.
The headquarters of the Alcobendas Photography Collection is CAA (Alcobendas Art Centre), opened in 2010. Its goal is to become a benchmark for
the visual arts, music and literature in the Region of Madrid, with an ambition to reach outwards to the country as a whole and further afield to the
international community. CAA’s actions revolve around various basic premises: exhibitions, a stable programme of music, media libraries and a
network of activities targeting the general public including young people and adults.
The Tears of Things
Curated by Marta Gili, Director of Jeu de Paume, Paris
Fundación Helga de Alvear
(Until 11 January 2015; Tues-Sat: 10 am – 2 pm & 5 -8 pm; Sundays: 10 am – 2:30 pm)
Rafael Sanz Lobato 1960-2008
Curated by Chantal Grandes and David Balsells
Fundación Mercedes Calles Carlos Ballestero (MCCB)
(Until.....; Mon-Sat: 11 am – 2 pm & 5 -8 pm; Sundays: 11 am – 2 pm)
Museo de Cáceres, Palacio de las Veletas
Extremadura Revealed
(22 October to 30 November; Mon-Sat: 11 am – 2 pm & 5 -8 pm; Sundays 11 am – 2 pm)
FLUXPOST 2014. Would you like to receive strange things from strangers in the mail?
Museo Vostell Malpartida
(Until 2 November; Tues-Sat: 11 am – 2 pm & 5 -8 pm; Sundays: 11 am – 2 pm)
Exchange & Museo Vostell Malpartida
Site-specific action by the artists Nieves Correa and Abel Loureda
Organised by Consorcio Museo Vostell Malpartida and sponsored by Dept of Education & Culture of the Government of the Autonomous Community
of Extremadura
Museo Vostell Malpartida
25 October. 6:30 – 8 pm
Opening hours of Museo Vostell:
9:30 am - 1:30 pm & 4 - 6:30 pm (Tues-Sun). Mondays closed
Sundays in October to January the museum will open only in the morning: 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Laboratorio Arte Alameda, México DF
Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo (MEIAC), Badajoz
18 September to 10 November
Opening hours: Tues-Sat: 10 am – 1:30 pm & 5 – 8 pm; Sundays: 10 am – 1:30pm
Friday 24 to Sunday 26 October 2014: FOROSUR_DEBATE AND GABINETE FOTO
Wednesday 22 to Sunday 26 October 2014: WORKSHOPS
Friday 24 October to Saturday 23 November 2014: EXHIBITIONS
FOROSUR_DEBATE 25-26 October
Conversations on:
Contemporary photography and heritage. In search of tomorrow’s artistic heritage
Centro Cultural San Jorge. Filmoteca de Extremadura
GAIA, exhibition by guest artist Pierre Gonnord
Palacio Hernando de Ovando. 25 October - 9 November
Curated by Carmen Fernández Ortiz
Landscape as Contemporary Narration. Alcobendas Collection
Sala de Arte El Brocense. 24 October - 22 November
Curated by José María Díaz-Maroto
El paisaje deconstruido
Palacio de Toledo-Moctezuma, headquarters of Archivo Histórico Provincial de Cáceres
24-26 October
Curated by Manuel Rocha
The Photographic Personal Project
Thinking, developing and advancing the photographic work of art in today’s world
Meanings of the Image
Analysing various approaches to reading the image, starting out from the aesthetic experience, audiovisual literacy, the narrative, cultures, politics,
the body and biography
Escuela de Bellas Artes de Cáceres
Guided visit to artist studios:
Ana H. del Amo, Andrés Talavero, Sebastián García-Martín, Matilde Granado Belvis, César David, Hilario Bravo Maldonado and Roberto Massó
GABINETE FOTO 24-26 October
A selection of 12 projects dedicated to modern and contemporary photography represented by renowned galleries and publishers in our art market
Centro Cultural San Jorge. Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Extremadura
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FOROSUR_CÁCERES_14 is an initiative of the Government of the Autonomous Community of Extremadura
Trinidad Nogales
Head of Dept of Education & Culture
Pilar Merino
Director-General of Cultural Heritage
Rosina Gómez-Baeza. Curator
Lucía Ybarra. General Coordinator
Chema de Francisco
Coordination: Directorate-General of Cultural Heritage
Visual Arts officers:
Ana Jiménez and Fernando Pérez