Tutors: Exhibition "El Misterio de Caviria" by Antoni Hervàs, opening 15 September, 19:30h at La Capella, Barcelona. Throughout 2016, Latitudes is on


Antoni Hervàs preparing his exhibition. Photo: Latitudes

Tutors: Exhibition "El Misterio de Caviria" by Antoni Hervàs, opening 15 September, 19:30h at La Capella, Barcelona.

Throughout 2016, Latitudes is one of the tutors mentoring three projects selected as part of the tenth edition of BCNProducció – the Barcelona City Council initiative that finances projects to be exhibited at La Capella.

Through drawing and performance, Antoni Hervàs's exhibition collides two seemingly distant worlds: the dwindling Barcelona cabaret scene and the Argonauts of Greek mythology.

On view until 13 November.

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Curators: ‘Compositions’ – five artists’ interventions for the Barcelona Gallery Weekend, 29 September–2 October 2016

Returning for its second edition, ‘Compositions’ will present five new commissions by Lúa Coderch (at the Barcelona Billiards Club); Regina Giménez (at the former factory Can Trinxet, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat); Lola Lasurt (at the Arús Public Library); Robert Llimós (connecting all the participating galleries) and Wilfredo Prieto (at the Mounted Unit of the Barcelona City Police) – all artists represented by Art Barcelona galleries.

Compositions’ is a programme of site-specific artists’ interventions originally conceived and curated by Latitudes for the first edition of the Barcelona Gallery Weekend in 2015.

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Project website: incidents.kadist.org

Editors: Episode #3 of ‘Incidents (of Travel)’, an online periodical produced by Kadist


In the newly-released third episode of ‘Incidents (of Travel)’, artist Yu Ji hikes on Dong Shan (East Mountain), 130km west of Shanghai, in the company of poet Xiao Kaiyu.

Since April 2016 Latitudes and Kadist have partnered in a new 'distributed' phase of the project, taking form as an online periodical.

Originally conceived by Latitudes in 2012, ‘Incidents (of Travel)’ explores the chartered itinerary as an extended conversation between curators and artists, fieldwork and online storytelling of an offline day together.

Chicago-based curator Yesomi Umolu inaugurated the series with a dispatch from Chicago where she met artist Harold Mendez.

In the second encounter, curator Moses Serubiri and photographer Mohsen Taha explored Jinja’s Indian architectural legacy.

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Marloo, Stuart Andrews' farm near Kandos, the future site of the hemp plantation that Stuart will be working on with artist Gilbert Grace, 2016. Photo: Gilbert Grace

In conversation with Lucas Ihlein, Artlink Magazine, Issue 36:3, September 2016

The interview ‘1:1 scale art and the Yeomans Project in North Queensland’ with Lucas Ihlein is included in the current issue of Australian magazine Artlink, focusing on ecological thinking, carbon cycle research and the evolution of Ihlein’s Yeoman’s Project on Australia’s Gold Coast.

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Latitudes is an independent curatorial office initiated in 2005 by Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa Luna, that works in an international context from and in Barcelona, Spain (41°23′N 2°11′E).

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