7th BIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART FUNDACIÓN ONCE
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am - 8pm
CentroCentro hosts for the third time the main exhibition in the Biennial of Contemporary Art Fundación ONCE.
Celebrating the eightieth anniversary of ONCE Social Group and ten years of programme, the 7th Biennial of Contemporary Art features a selection of works by notable creators with disabilities throughout history. The exhibition displays almost 70 works by some thirty artists, most of whom (over 85%) have some form of disability, including Antonio Saura, Nancy Spero, Derek Jarman, Ángela de la Cruz, Tacita Dean and David Hockney. It also features works by Francisco de Goya, on loan from Ibercaja Foundation and San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts, as well as various videos that explain how disabilities are reflected in the work of artists like Edgard Degas, Claude Monet, Edvard Munch and Van Gogh.
Rounding out the exhibition will be a programme of parallel activities, both educational and purely for fun, which will be accessible to all at various institutions around the city. Workshops, talks, performing art series (dance, cinema and theatre) and film screenings, organised in collaboration with the Centro Dramático Nacional, the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Science (AACCE) and La Casa Encendida, are some of the activities that will showcase the work of inclusive dance and theatre companies for the public.
The full programme of the 7th Biennial of Contemporary Art is available at bienal.fundaciononce.es
Julio Adán, Anni Albers, Evgen Bavĉar, Sophie Calle, Chuck Close, Ángela de la Cruz, Tacita Dean, David Escalona, Tamara Feijoo, Álex Francés, Francisco de Goya, Joseph Grigely, Cao Guimaraes, Sacha Guitry, David Hockney, Derek Jarman, Paul Klee, Dorothea Lange, Aaron McPeake, Ishiuchi Miyako, Belén Sánchez, Antonio Saura, Judith Scott, Eusebio Sempere, Juan Isaac Silva, Nancy Spero. Edgard Degas, Claude Monet, Edvard Munch, Pierre-AugusteRenoir, Vincent Van Gogh (videos about the impact of disability in their work).