Newsletter #56 – November 2013


Photo: Latitudes.

Seminar within the course 'Curating the present. Theory and practice of the contemporary art exhibition", La Casa Encendida, Madrid, 16 November, 3:30–7pm.

As part of a course directed by Tania Pardo, Sergio Rubira and Alberto Sánchez Balmisa, Latitudes will present its practice and discuss the different nature of the projects it has worked on since 2005.


Roman Ondák, 'Shadow', 1981/2013 (Detail). Oil painting on MDF, glass, display case; 141x50x50 cm; Courtesy of the artist.

Talk on Roman Ondák, The Common Guild, Glasgow, 21 November, 6pm.

Coinciding with Ondák's exhibition 'Some Thing' at The Common Guild (12 October – 14 December 2013), Latitudes will offer its thoughts on the work of the artist. Latitudes has presented Ondák’s work and written about his practice for various publications including Tate ETC.

Places are free but limited. Call +44 (0)141 428 3022 or email to book: [email protected]

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Issue 8 of 'The Last Newspaper'. Photo: Latitudes

Lecture within the seminar "On mediation. Theory and Curatorial Practices in Global Art", Facultad de Geografía e Historia, Barcelona, 27 November, 6–9pm.

Latitudes will lecture within this theoretical and practical seminar organised by the research group Art Globalization Interculturality, which offers perspectives around the different modes of working within curatorial practice in a postdisciplinary context.


In 2014


Video still, 'The Woodturning lathe', part of "Producing time in between other things" (2011). Courtesy of the artists.

Solo exhibition by Iratxe Jaio & Klaas van Gorkum at ADN Platform, Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona), 25 January–30 April 2014.

The exhibition will present recent works by the Rotterdam-based duo, that reflect on the relation between art and labour within the wider context of globalisation. + info...

Related content: "Focus Interview: Iratxe Jaio & Klaas van Gorkum" by Max Andrews of Latitudes, frieze, Issue 157, September 2013.


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Visit to the Espacio Escultórico as part of Jerónimo Hagerman tour.

'Projects 2005–2012 / Incidents of Travel', Casa del Lago, Mexico City, Mexico, 27 September–4 November 2012.

Alongside 'Projects 2005–2012' – a visual index of thirty projects realized since 2005Latitudes originated 'Incidents of Travel' for which artists Minerva Cuevas, Tania Pérez Córdova, Jerónimo Hagerman, Diego Berruecos, and Terence Gower led day-long tours articulating the city and their own artistic practice through routes and waypoints in the metropolitan area. (+ info...)


About Latitudes

Latitudes is an independent curatorial office initiated in April 2005 by Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa Luna, that works in an international context from and in Barcelona, Spain.
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