In the Spotlight of the Night Life in the Gloom In the Spotlight of the Night Life in the Gloom

The invention of the electric light bulb in the 19th century
put an end to the natural alternation of day and night.
Brightly lit filling stations and shopping centres, shift work
and night clubs are just some facets of this altered rhythm
of life in artificial light. The unbounded night stands at the
centre of this large-scale exhibition with works from early
Modernism to the present. In pictures, sculptures and installations,
visitors can experience how the twilight fuels the
imagination and the masquerade of nocturnal actors is dazzlingly
manifested in the glare of artificial illumination
The artist Alexandra Ranner participates on the exhibition with a video installation piece called "Blissful Men".

October 23, 2019 - February 9, 2020

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Feelings Exhibition Feelings Exhibition

100 paintings, objects, and films from around 40 international contemporary artists invite us to intuitively approach art from an emotional perspective.

The exhibition FEELINGS seeks to encourage this direct dialogue between artwork and viewer in order to stimulate an intense emotional engagement. The works exhibited are characterized by enigmatic motifs and atmospheric visual spaces. Joy, excitement, anger, revulsion, sadness, and numerous other emotional reactions may ensue upon viewing the works. The choice of exhibits is subjective; the art historical context and explanatory wall texts have been deliberately omitted.

The artist Alexandra Ranner participates in the exhibition with the video installation piece called Flur.

November 8, 2019 - October 4, 2020

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Performance 'Malpaís (copia original)' by Juan Carlos Robles and Guillermo Weickert Performance 'Malpaís (copia original)' by Juan Carlos Robles and Guillermo Weickert

The 'Centro de Creación Contemporánea de Andalucía (C3A)', presented on Friday 15 November the artists Juan Carlos Robles and Guillermo Weickert interpreting the performance 'Malpaís (copia original)', which is a co-production with the 10th Biennial Meeting of Lanzarote.
'Malpaís (copia original)' is about "an interesting contradiction that connects with some of the recurrent themes in the work of both artists, such as the generation of desire or the confrontation with the other".
Later on, the video version of the installation can be seen until 22 January in the Caja Negra of the C3A and will also be exhibited in Lanzarote as part of the Biennial. 

November 15, 2019 - January 22, 2020

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