• catalogo utray

    This exhibition catalogue brings together the works on display, documents, photographs, and texts by Mariano Navarro, María Escribano, María Vela Zanetti and Miguel Cereceda; a writing and poetry anthology by the artist himself; and testimonials by Guillermo Pérez Villalta, Chema Cobo, Fernando Huici, Ignacio Gómez de Liaño, Borja Casani, Mireia Sentís, José Luis Gallero, Jacobo Fitz-James Stuart, Clara Díaz-Aguado, Lola Moriarty, José Tono Martínez, Fernando Castro and Domingo Sánchez Blanco.

  • Portada Cecilia

    CA2M and Turner are producing the Spanish reprint of this book, published in Rotterdam by Kunstinstituut Melly. 

    This monograph addresses one of the most multifaceted and fundamental artists in the world of Latin American contemporary art today.

  • Trémula

    Javi Cruz has a lot to do with the forms of production currently taking place in Madrid that define its contemporary cultural scene today

  • Catálogo Francesc Ruiz "Panal"

    Francesc Ruiz's first major exhibition at a state museum in Spain is a retrospective and an exhibition of new works.

  • Portada catálogo Elements of Vogue

    Elements of Vogue was shown at CA2M between November 2017 and May 2018. This is the book of an exhibition explored how minorities use their bodies to create dissident forms of beauty, subjectivity and desire

  • catalogo Pedro Neves

    La exposición YWY, Visions está conformada por películas, entrevistas y documentación diversa a través de las que Neves Marques reivindica el papel de la ficción a la hora de documentar la violencia medioambiental y política, al tiempo que reflexiona sobre distintos imaginarios en torno a otros posibles futuros para el género, la tecnología, la condición indígena y la ciencia ficción. 

  • Grupo de trabajo Autoplacer
    Pensamiento y debate

    The Autoplacer Working Group was set up to assess how the ongoing COVID-19 health situation has affected the independent music sector.

  • portada catálogo Los Torreznos
    Cuatrocientos setenta y tres millones trescientos cincuenta y tres mil ochocientos noventa segundos

    Cuatrocientos setenta y tres millones trescientos cincuenta y tres mil ochocientos noventa segundos was the title of the exhibition, as well as the precise amount of time that Los Torreznos had been working together at that point. In a certain way, it made it seem to us as though during  during those fifteen years, Los Torreznos had created only a single piece of work, one that consisted of counting from 1 to 473,353,890, like they had started counting in February 1999 and had continued non-stop, day and night, in a fifteen-year-long performance.

    The catalogue was designed to be a 'mediated artistic space' created through the written word and the absence of images, which represent the axis around which the work revolved. Designed by Susi Bilbao, it contains texts by some thirty authors, among which you can find Isidoro Valcárcel Medina, Alberto Ruiz de Samaniego, Kurt Johannessen and Los Torreznos.

  • 3_Eras, de José Luis Brea (extracto)

    3_Eras is an unpublished text by José Luis Brea based on the film version of the book Las tres eras de la imagen. This film, made by María Virginia Jaua and José Luis Brea, included visual and sonic imagery.

  • Querer parecer noche

    Querer parecer noche brings together different forms of artistic production in Madrid. Its creations are split between a longer tradition of historical nostalgia and the current histrionic moment, with their different sensibilities and ways of living, where the 'local' is built on the fine line between those who live there and those who are passing through.

  • Armando Andrade Tudela. Autoeclipse

    Autoeclipse is an exhibition designed to be a sort of retrospective of recent works, one that nonetheless allows us to take a critical look at Armando Andrade Tudela's work to date. The pieces on display work through the tensions they create with their predecessors, with Armando's own biography, and with the political and social development of the places where the artist has lived, reflecting an artistic endeavour in the public and social space as well as in the more intimate, private one.

  • Ana Laura Aláez. Todos los conciertos, todas las noches, todo vacío

    Todos los conciertos, todas las noches, todo vacío brings some of Ana Laura Aláez's latest works into dialogue with other works from the beginning of her career. The exhibition is cast as a return to the source, going back to the beginning and working in the cracks of the themes that have been a part of her work over the last twenty years.