News

2017-04-29 16:35:20


news item image

This is Jackalope / Issue / Num. 0
@ Libros Mutantes 2017

This is Jackalope launches the first annual publication on paper, bilingual Spanish/English, at Libros Mutantes, which gathers together contents that reflects on topics and interests in the current sociocultural and artistic context. Designed by Álvaro Ferreira Navone and Ricardo Torres Gallardo.

Contributors to this issue

Alfredo Aracil, Elena Alonso, Cornelia Baltes, Benjamin Butler, Ana Cristina Cachola, Sol Calero, Toby Christian, Juan Canela, Gabriela De Santis, Jorge Diezma, Alejandra Hernández, Paul Housley, Donna Huanca, Shara Hughes, Renato Leotta, Basim Magdy, Julio Linares, Ana Martínez Fernández, Adriana Minolitti, Lorena Muñoz-Alonso, Milena Muzquiz, Nano 4814, Wendy Navarro, Christian Newby, Paloma Powers, Alex Reynolds, María Salgado, Leonor Serrano Rivas, Teresa Solar Abboud, Patricia Treib, Camille Tsvetoukhine, Veronica Valentini.

news item image

2016-12-02 17:50:18


news item image

OPEN DAY This is Jackalope + group show Ficciones Verbicovisuales with the artists:

Theo Firmo
Lucía Gómez Meca
Jonay PMatos
María Rojas
María Salgado
Sam Savage

This is a group show organized as part of our oficial presentation. The show talks about the many possibilities that language, writing and text present in artistic practice in the current moment, the digital age.

Venue: INNEDITO Palacio de la Prensa, piso 16. Metro Station: Callao


Image by Arantxa Boyero

news item image

news item image

2016-10-30 11:03:51


news item image

Surface Matters
Glassbox
4 rue Moret 75011 Paris
20 Oct - 5 Nov

Carlos Fernández Pello
Mónica Restrepo
Camille Tsvetoukhine

curated by Veronica Valentini
organised by Emma
with support from: BAR project, Hangar and Matadero Madrid.

Surface matters exhibition reflects upon the cultural, artistic and technological forms in which mankind and human creation configure each other. Through ephemeral, artisanal or scientific practices that draw upon museology, anthropology and ergonomics, the works on display portray traces of a bygone civilization, the ornaments of an imaginary choreography, and a series of remodelled accessory elements.

More info on Emma's website

Image credits:
Monica Restrepo's performance during the opening.
Photo by Carlos Fernández Pello.

loading icon