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‘CUBA MI AMOR’

PASCALE MARTHINE TAYOU ‘Cuba Mi Amor’ Courtesy: the artist and GALLERIA CONTINUA. Copyright Line: © ADAGP, Paris

02/07/2020

‘CUBA MI AMOR’

Alejandro Campins / Ivan Capote / Yoan Capote / Elizabet Cerviño / Carlos Garaicoa / Osvaldo González / Luis López-Chávez / José Mesías / Susana Pilar / Pascale Marthine Tayou / José Yaque 

during Paris Gallery Weekend

Galerie Mitterand 

79 Rue du Temple, Paris, France

Galleria Continua participates in Paris Gallery Weekend, a weekend which showcases the best of galleries in and around the city, with the exhibition Cuba Mi Amor, presenting Cuban and international artists in relationship to the fascinating island state. 

02/07/2020 - 29/07/2020

‘À toi appartient le regard et (...) la liaison infinie entre les choses’ / ‘WHO IS GAZING ?’

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘En Construcción (V)’ 2012

30/06/2020

‘À toi appartient le regard et (...) la liaison infinie entre les choses’ / ‘WHO IS GAZING ?’

CARLOS GARAICOA

group exhibition

Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac

Paris, France

www.quaibranly.fr/en

Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac invites 26 artists from around the world to a resolutely contemporary exhibition focused on different relationships with the photographic and filmic image. Themes around landscape and territory are presented by Carlos Garaicoa’s contribution to the group show.

30/06/2020 - 01/11/2020

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘Partitura’

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘Partitura / Score’ 2017 (detail) Exhibition view: ‘Epifanías urbanas’ 2017 / Akzuna Zentroa - Bilbao. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

08/03/2020

CARLOS GARAICOA ‘Partitura’

solo show 

PAM - Peabody Essex Museum 

Salem, MA, USA 

www.pem.org/exhibitions/carlos-garaicoa-partitura

Commissioned by Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao and adapted for the Peabody Essex Museum, Partitura is an immersive installation that takes the form of a stage for an imaginary orchestra. A video tablet surrounded by music stands shows different single street performers with performances ranging from West African griots to opera singers to classical musicians.

08/03/2020 - 03/01/2021