Yearly Archives: 1997
Una casa molt particular
9 May, 1997

Collective exhibition by 72 artists held in industrial buildings destined to be turned into 26 housing units. C/ Sant Pelegrí, Mataró.

Jordi Abelló, Oscar Abril Ascaso, Fernando Aceña, Montse Agustí, Akane, Mario Albareda, Núria Alberch, Jaume Alcalde, Xavier Arenós, Ricard Aymar, Ernest Borràs, Àlvar Calvet, J.M.Calleja, Pep Canaleta, Miguel Angel Collazos, Octavi Comeron, Montserrat Cortadellas, Jaume Cusachs, Maria Cusachs, Karin du Croo, Jordi Cuyàs, Daniel Chust, Pep Dardanyà, Domènec, Santi Erill, Sebastian Fabra, Tono Framis, Sonsoles García-Ramos, Carme Garolera, Toni Giró, José Jodar, Berta Julibert, Raimon Julibert, Cado Manrique, Gustavo Marrone, Josep Ma. Martín, Coni Mendoza, Dani Montlleó, Joan Morey, Àlex Nogué, Silvestre Oliveras, Antonio Ortega, Jordi Pallarès, Miguel Angel Para, Jaume Parera, Perejaume, Joan Planàs, Gemma Pont, Julio Ponzoa, Ita Puig, Ana Belén Rivilla, Carme Romero, Jordi Rosés, Marc Roso, Aureli Ruiz, Glòria Safont-Tria, Emma Sala, Jaume Simon, Rosa Suñer, Gary Sweeney, Quim Tarrida, Núria Tomàs, Marta Tous, Juan Urrios, Miquel Valdasquin/Christoph Hafner, Albert Valera, Carlos Velilla, Francesc Vidal, Maite Vieta, Joan Vila-Puig and Mònica Vilert.

Conference presented by Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar.

Una casa molt particular (A Quite Peculiar House) addresses the fragility and complexity of contemporary art in an ephemeral exhibition which becomes a reflection on current art works, moving between life and the elements in the midst of a society obsessed with the media, and dwellings regarded as both the return to private and everyday space.

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