The most important month for the art world in Spain has become somewhat decaffeinated due to the flight from large fairs to safer times away from the Covid-19 crisis. Even so there are great art events to enjoy and that we tell you in our monthly agenda.
February is marked in red in all the agendas of artlovers in Spain. The month that awaited the week of art has understandably suffered the flight of the most important fairs in the sector to warmer months and away from the Covid, including fairs as important as Arco, Urvanity, Just Mad or Hibryd Festival.
But do not worry because soon we will create an article with all the new dates so you do not miss any. In the meantime, you can open your mouth with a multitude of exhibitions that are held this February, galleries that assuming the maximum security measures against Covid, allow us to enjoy the best national and international emerging art. Shall we start?
Fairs and exhibitions in Madrid
EDUARDO MARTÍN DEL POZO
Description: Individual exhibition of the artist Eduardo Martín del Pozo where he shows his latest work.
Date: 20/02 – 31/03
Place: Gallery F2
Description: Collective exhibition of the artists Irma Álvarez-Laviada, Elvira Love, Nadia Barkate and Belén Uriel
Place: Moisés Pérez de Albeniz gallery
Description: First exhibition in Spain of the artist Anastasia Samoylova, where she presents a series of photographs on climate change on the South Coast of Florida.
Date: 3/02 – 3/04/2021
Place: Sabrina Amrani Gallery
Fairs and exhibitions in Barcelona
IAGO HORTAL. THAT WAS BEFORE, THIS IS NOW.
Description: That was before, this is now is the title of the first retrospective of Yago Hortal (Barcelona, 1983), one of the most outstanding Catalan artists of his generation
Place: VilaCasas Foundation
Date: 02/02 – 30/05/2021
LANDSCAPES. A PICTORIAN JOURNEY (1877 - 1977)
Description: Exhibition curated by Dr. Sergio Fuentes Milà and dedicated to the most important pictorial genre of modern Catalan painting: landscaping.
Place: Parés Room
Date: until 02/24/2021
PIROUETTES FOR BEGINNERS
Description: Individual exhibition of the Catalan artist Tomás Morell.
Place: Art Enllá Gallery
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING SELF-SUFFICIENT
Description: The importance of being self-reliant it is a space for the historical reconsideration of the convulsive aspirations of human groups that have been overtaken by a disastrous reality.
Artist: Nestor Jiménez.
Place: Monclova projects
Description: Third part of the series of notebooks made between 2011 and 2012 by the artist Horacio Silvestri.