Artists News

Liquid ground, the exhibition currently at the gallery by Enar de Dios Rodriguez, runs through May 19.

On May 25, we will close NORDÉS fifth season with the second solo exhibition of the artist Narelle Jubelin at the gallery.



Rosendo Cid and Julia Huete

XVI La Rural Plastic Arts Award

Provincial Museum of Jaén, Temporary Exhibition Hall, Paseo de la Estación, 29, Jaén.

29/04/2023 - 24/05/2023


Rosendo Cid and Julia Huete are two of the fifteen artists selected among the 509 candidatures for the XVI La Rural Plastic Arts Award.

The exhibition can also be seen in the towns of Úbeda in June and Andújar in September.


Narelle Jubelin in collaboration with Sandra Rein


Bulthaup claudio coello. Claudio Coello 17, Madrid.

30/03/2023 - 13/05/2023 (extended)


This exhibition reclaims Eileen Gray's original design, including pieces from her interior such as the Satellite mirror, now reinterpreted on embroidery created by Jubelin. Through a video you can see the publication "Welcome (to the Teknival) E-1027" by Kasper Akhoj during the last renovation of the house in 2018, where the murals have been carefully cut out with a cutter by Rein and whose gaps are filled with Gray's painted wall fragments.


Chelo Matesanz

Hipnotizar a hipnotizadores puede ser engañoso

José Guerrero Center, Granada.

Curated by Ángel Cerviño

20/04/2023 - 16/06/2023


This exhibition is part of the series of exhibitions of the cycle proposed by the José Guerrero Center "The Center's Collection as seen by the artists". 

In her dialogue with the works of José Guerrero, Chelo Matesanz has refined her procedures to the extreme, and from a meditated selection of works by the master from Granada belonging to the Center's Collection, and interacting with them in each room, she proposes a game of mirrors, resignifications, crossing of glances and interstices of meaning, thus mending in her works the multidisciplinary and fragmentary constitution of the subject (...).


Andrea V. Wright

Recreational Grounds VII

Wendover House, Ground Floor Car Park, Thurlow Street, South London, SE17 2UD.

Curated by Catherine Long, Jesus Crespo and Dido Hallett.

05/05/2023 - 07/05/2023


Recreational Grounds VII was an exhibition that took place during this past weekend, where each artist has been invited due to the way they approach space and materials with curiosity and ongoing experimentation.


Artists: Estefania Araujo Bianchi, Eleanor Bedlow, Ingrid Berthon-Moine, Holly Birtles, Jesus Crespo, Bobby Dowler, Cecile Emmanual Borra, Katie Eraser, Grant Foster, Emma Franks, Luca George, Alexander Gilmour, Molly Grad, Dido Hallett, Catherine Long, Alice McCabe, Jordan McKenzie, Rufus Miller, Dave Nelson, Tom Platt, Cecilia Sebastian de Erice, Tim Siddall, Lucy Soni, The Fragile States, Felipe Van Laar, Alexandra Wolkowicz and Andrea V Wright.


Pablo Barreiro + Mauro Trastoy

Mais unha vez máis

Torrente Ballester Center, Ferrol

Opening: 12/05/23 - 15/08/2023


Miguel Marina

A veces pasa

Párraga Center, Murcia

Curated by Ángel Calvo Ulloa

Opening: 18/05/2023 - 29/06/2023


"A veces pasa brings together a selection of recent works. In principle it is not much more than that. What perhaps stands out is that, beyond being his first solo show in an institution, his painting is currently facing a process of definition and autonomy that aggravates it. Sometimes it suggests specific scenarios and sensations, such as, for example, the sonorous drawing of the ringing of bells or the memory of mud, applied with her hands on the wall of a house to which Marina links her childhood memories. Thus, the large windows that link Space 2 of Centro Párraga with the outside of the building justify the appropriateness of presenting here these paintings that hang from an exhibition hall, but that find their replica outside (...)".


Alberto Odériz

Land Art Residencies

Pazo de Tor Museum.  Monforte de Lemos, Lugo

Curated by VAC/OCERO

22/05/2023 - 01/06/2023


Luisa Pastor + Juan Cantizzani

Eutropia. Tectonic Voices

C3Andalucia, Artists' studios n.2, Córdoba.

Opening: 16/05/2023- 11/06/2023


Eutropia. Tectonic Voices by Luisa Pastor (Alicante, 1977) and Juan Cantizzani (Lucena, Córdoba, 1978), is the winning project of the residency grant awarded by the C3A Centro de Creación Contemporánea de Andalucía, of the Consejería de Turismo, Cultura y Deporte, and the insurance company DKV.

This project was born with the goal of reflecting on the city and the chaos that surrounds it. The result is a sculptural-installational work under the same common theme: the city in constant change. Thus, the grant of the C3A Centro de Creación Contemporánea de Andalucía in collaboration with DKV offers the opportunity to combine visual arts and new technologies to reflect on the globalization of the metropolis of the contemporary world.

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