Wed, Feb 20 2019
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, Barcelona, latitudes, Mariana Cánepa Luna, Max Andrews, Portfolio
After weeks and long hours facing the screen and mining hard disks, we've uploaded Latitudes' redesigned portfolio, at last! Go to download page and choose format:
For desktop/laptop/tablet view (83pp, 30.9 MB)
For mobile (164pp, 15.8 MB)
For print (164pp, 155.3 MB)
The pdf gathers a selection of projects produced since 2005 and includes a refreshed version of our biographies – which have also been updated on our website.
We have also included short individual biographies available for download as pdf – see below highlighted in yellow.
PDF designed and edited by Latitudes.
Tue, Jul 31 2012 2011, 2012, Amikejo, Book Launch, Dubai, Fermin Jiménez Landa and Lee Welch, installation, Kassel, Lawrence Weiner, March Meeting, Maria Loboda, out of office, photo, report, Santiago de Compostela, Sharjah
This is the fourth consecutive year (see 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12 posts) we say goodbye to the 2011–12 season with an 'out of office'
post with some unseen and 'behind the scenes' moments lived in the past 11
22 September 2011: Back to the future. transfering the mp3 file of the new anthem commissioned by Fermín Jiménez Landa onto a cassette. Images of their show here.
21 September 2011: Lee Welch and Fermín Jiménez Landa talk about their show to MUSAC's staff.
21 September 2011: Newly framed works by Lee Welch (top left) and photos by Fermín Jiménez Landa (right).
22 September 2011: Watching concrete dry (Lee Welch and Fermín Jiménez Landa's exhibition plinths/bordermarks).
12 October 2011: Finding 'The Last Newspaper' displayed at Walter König's bookstore while browsing for nice books during Frieze Art Fair, London.
13 November 2011: Jorge Satorre fixing one of the posters of the show, before we take off to discuss his and Erick Beltráns' project 'Modelling Standard', an interview that was published in the February issue of Atlántica magazine.
18 January: "Café con...Latitudes". Informal talk with Hangar artists-in-residence. Photo: Hangar. Latitudes has been part of Hangar's Programming Comitee between 2010–13.
31 January 2012: Premis GAC 2012 award ceremony at MACBA's atrium. Mariana Cánepa of Latitudes' was part of this year's jury.
2 February 2012: "...y desde el 'backstage'" (leer aquí) de Vanessa Graell en el suplemento 'Tendències', El Mundo.
6 February 2012:
Demonstration to pressure politicians to change their minds about
stopping the plan for the Canòdrom to be the future Centre of
Contemporary Art in Barcelona. The windows were whitewashed as it is
done with unused facilities.
Artists whitewashing the Canòdrom windows.
12 February 2012: "Mataró Chauffeur Service" mangled at Matadero, Madrid.
13 February 2012, ARCOmadrid: Installing vinyls and posters for each of the The Dutch Assembly hourly talks, readings, artists presentations, performances, book launches, in conversations and screenings throughout the five days of the fair. See list here (and some audiorecordings). Download full programme details here.
'The Dutch Assembly' was well connected.
13 February 2012: The Dutch Assembly 'Superstructure' space by Jasper Niens and Thijs Ewalts. On the picture, the choir performance 'Care' by Rory Pilgrim, presented by De Hallen, Haarlem.
16 February 2012: Latitudes introducing Ann Demeester, Director, and Nathalie Hartjes, coordinator of the Gallerist Programme at De Appel, presented a round table discussion with (left to right): Jeanine Hofland (Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam), Rebeca Blanchard (NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona) and Helga de Alvear (Helga de Alvear, Madrid) around the profession of the gallerist. Photo: Haco de Ridder.
Álvaro Calleja profiles The Dutch Assembly: "Un Puente entre dos naciones'/'a bridge between two nations" en el ABCDArco, 16 February 2012.
16 March: Good morning Sharjah! Part one of the March Meeting report here.
Sharjah lunch with curator and 'El Cultural' critic, Javier Hontoria.
29 March (29M): General Strike in Spain. Many more demonstrations to come...
22 April: One of this year's exhibitions highlights: Xavier Le Roy's "Retrospective" at Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona. On the finissage, children almost stole the show joining performers.
Here, father (performer) and son, performing together in the finissage.
10 April 2012: The happy moment of receiving copies of a Amikejo, a book we have been working on most of the winter. See images of the book here.
31 May: With Lara Almarcegui while she explains her work included in Manifesta 9, Genk. (see more pictures of Manifesta 9, here).
2 June: Visit to the drielandenpunt for a remote book launch. This is the apex of the triangle-shaped borders of what was
2 June: Friends that come to a booklaunch in a remote place, the drielandenpunt ("Three-Country Point") in Dutch, or Dreiländereck ("Three-Country Corner") in German, or Trois Frontières ("Three Borders") in French." More images here. Photo: Klaas van Gorkum
6 June 2012: Welcome to Germany! Brussels–Kassel train journey. A little German snack at Köln's Hauptbahnhof.
6 June: A German, a Dane and and English man meet and greet in a square. (gallerist Johann König, artist Tue Greenfort and Max Andrews' of Latitudes in Friedrichtplatz, Kassel). See Latitudes' documenta (13) photo report here.
7 June: Launch of Maria Loboda's book at Karlsaue Park with music, smoke and a pyramid of ice with 750 litres of champagne. See Latitudes' documenta (13) photo report here.
9 June: "Spain
is dead" sign posted opposite Kassel's Fridericianum the day Spanish
Ministry of Economy De Guindos, announced the financial "bail out".
16 June: Almejas, berberechos and cold beer in Santiago de Compostela. Galicia calidade!
Tangle of 2012 press and work passes.
Tue, Feb 14 2012
2011, Archive Books, artist monograph, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Lara Almarcegui, Lars Bang Larsen, latitudes
Texts: Cuauhtémoc Medina, Lars Bang Larsen and Latitudes
Format: 224 pages, colour, 21 x 27.5 cm. Black-and-white and colour illustrations. Flexicover, English.
Published by Berlin-based Archive Books, 'Lara Almarcegui. Projects 1995–2010' is the first monograph presenting an overview of the last fifteen years of Almarcegui's artistic practice. The main part of the publication is formed by detailed documentation of the artist’s works and publications companioned by new descriptive texts written by the editors and the artist. These are presented in the following sections: ‘Demolition’, ‘Excavation’, ‘Construction materials’, ‘Ruins’, ‘Wastelands’ (survey, access, and preservation). (+ info...)
Lara Almarcegui (1972, Zaragoza. Lives and works in Rotterdam, the Netherlands) has had solo shows at Künstlerhaus Bremen, Bremen (2011); Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Sevilla (2011); TENT, Rotterdam (2011); Secession, Vienna (2010); Ludlow 38, New York (2010); the Centro Arte Contemporaneo, Málaga (2007), FRAC Bourgogne, Dijon (2004) and at INDEX, Stockholm (2003). She participated in group exhibitions such as Radical Nature – Art & Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009, Barbican, London (2009); Taipei Art Biennial, Taiwan (2008); Estratos, Murcia (2008); Sharjah Art Biennial 8, Sharjah (2007); 27th São Paulo Bienal, São Paulo (2006); Frieze Art Fair Projects, London (2006) and the Liverpool Biennial (2004). In 2008 she presented the guidebook 'Ruins in the Netherlands XIX-XXI' published by Episode. Almarcegui studied Fine Arts in Cuenca (1991–95) and at the Ateliers 63, Amsterdam (1996–98). She has recently been awarded the Dolf Henkes Prize, Rotterdam (2011). In 2012 Almarcegui will have solo shows at the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Móstoles and the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC).
Spreads of the publication:
Wed, Dec 7 2011
2011, Barcelona, Jurado, Sala d'Art Jove
Con fecha 24 de noviembre de 2011, reunidos en la Dirección general de Juventud (C.
Calàbria 147, Barcelona) el jurado formado por Daniel G. Andújar
artista visual y teórico del arte, vicepresidente primero de la
Asociación de Artistas Visual de Cataluña; Dora García
, artista visual,
Max Andrews y Mariana Cánepa, miembros de Latitudes
, oficina de comisariado; Frederic Montornés
, crítico de arte y comisario
independiente, Javier Rodrigo
, investigador y educador de Arte;
, miembro del equipo gestor de la Sala de Arte Joven y
, Director general de Juventud que actúa como presidente del
jurado; resuelven la siguiente selección de proyectos
en relación a las
convocatorias de Artes visuales y Tutorial de la Sala d'Art Jove:
Proyectos de Creación:
Proyectos de Investigación:
- Petia Cervera, Sublevación de Abril
- Lúa Coderch, Eco, The girl With no Door on the Mouth
- Juan Crespo, Estudios históricos
- Eloi Dalmau, Recitales para interfono
- Jordi Ferreiro, El traje nuevo del emperador
- Paula Giménez, Verano
- Mercedes Mangrané, Piedras
- Anna Moreno, Select the Right Location
- Quim Packard, L’última institució
- David Proto, Memetro
- Barbara Sánchez, Bibliografía
- Adrianna Wallis, Rare et Magnifique
Proyectos de educación:
- Alba Aguirre, Marta Bonhora, Belen Genereco, Anna Margo, Mar Montobbio, “/”
- Laura Benítez, Alicia Escobio, Lola Lasurt, Primer intent
Proyectos de edición:
- Aurelio Castro Varela, Proyecciones urbanas. El 15-M y el trabajo de la ficción
- Joanna Empain, Ricard Escudero, Simonetta Gorga, Encuentros y desencuentros entorno a la práctica artística y educativa en un proyecto expositivo con estudiantes...
- Enric Farrés, Quim Packard, Grau d'Assistent d'Artista Professional
- Ignasi Prat, El mundo de los vencedores. Las casas de los poderosos del franquismo
- José Antonio Delgado, Fito Conesa, Judit Vidiella
- Francisco Peinado, Rachel Fendler (Cultural Nodes)
- Andrea Rodríguez, Verónica Valentini
Tue, Nov 15 2011
2011, Atlántica, Barcelona, collaboration, Erick Beltrán, Galeria Joan Prats, interview, Jorge Satorre, magazine
Opening: 17 November 2011, 19.30h (the artist will do a talk at 20h)
Exhibition organised by: Jorge Satorre and Erick Beltrán
With works by: Christoph Keller, Raphaël Zarka, Paloma Polo, Bernardo Ortiz,
Efrén Álvarez, Meris Angioletti, Jose Antonio Vega Macotela, Vilayanur Ramachandran,
Jorge Aviña and Florian Göttke.
The presentation at Galeria Joan Prats is the third iteration of the project which began in September 2010 at FormContent, London and continued in March 2011 at Casa Vecina, México DF.
"Modelling Standard takes as a point of departure the radical
historiographic turn introduced by Carlo Ginzburg in the 1970s who
focused on localised, popular and disregarded micro-histories rather
than universal, over-arching versions. The title Modelling Standard
references the scientific concept of the Standard Model used in physics
to explain the almost invisible interactions occurring between
Erick Beltrán and Jorge Satorre use both micro-historical methods and
the metaphor borrowed from physics to create connections between small,
insignificant hints and traces. These are taken from their
heterogeneous references to build seemingly unlikely connections between
literary references, personal experiences, historical data, trivia and
scientific facts through the construction of a diagram. The result is a
series of caricatures and texts through which the artists will construct
a detective plot where Sigmund Freud, Carlo Ginzburg, Giovanni Morelli,
Aby Warburg, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Joe Orton are the protagonists." (taken from FormContent's press release)
In Casa Vecina, Modelling Standard expanded with the inclusion of a comic also with drawings by illustrator and project collaborator Jorge Aviña, which will also be presented in Galeria Joan Prats alongside, as the artists have stated, the "input from a number of artists, illustrators and guest researchers, whose personal research work adds new links to the chain that stretches and lengthens ... like the devil's drool".
Installation process of the exhibition. Photo taken the day we began the interview for 'Atlántica' magazine.
In relation to 'Modelling Standard' Latitudes is currently working on an interview with Satorre and Beltrán for the Spanish magazine 'Atlántica' (to be published in February 2012), where there will be an opportunity to read more about their thread of ideas for this project as well as the process of their collaborative work – the latter being one of the focus of Latitudes' interests developed in exhibition projects such as 'Amikejo' (four exhibitions at MUSAC, León, 2011) or 'The Garden of Forking Paths' (Maisterravalbuena, Madrid, 2009). More news to follow...
Galeria Joan Prats
Rambla de Catalunya, 54
08007 Barcelona, Spain
Mon, Nov 7 2011
NoguerasBlanchard 2011, Barcelona, NoguerasBlanchard, Open Call, premio, prácticas curatoriales
is pleased to announce a Curatorial Open Call 2012
which invites individuals or collectives to submit a
proposal for curating an exhibition at NoguerasBlanchard
The successful proposal will take place between June and July of 2012.
For four years now NoguerasBlanchard’s exhibition program has included
in the month of June an exhibition proposal by a guest curator. In order
to continue this line, to expand
artistic horizons and provide a platform for curatorial practice and the
making of group exhibitions, we launch our Curatorial Open Call 2012.
The selected curator/s will receive a maximum of €4.000 in concept of
honorarium and exhibition production budget. NoguerasBlanchard will
provide administrative and production support, design and mailing of the
press release/invitation card and an opening reception. The
curator/curatorial collective must be in Barcelona for the setting up
and the opening evening.
The proposal should:
- Be thought taking in consideration NoguerasBlanchard exhibition space (see floorplan below)
- Have an international interest
- Show financial feasibility
We encourage proposals to challenge curatorial and gallery practices.
The decision will be made public on NoguerasBlanchard website and by mail, before February 1st, 2012
The jury will consist of 4 curators/curatorial group that have previously carried out group shows in the gallery:
Latitudes (Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa Luna), independent curatorial practice. Extraordinary Rendition, exhibited in 2007;
Jacqueline Uhlmann, independent curator. Shining by Absence, exhibited in 2009;
Juan Canela, independent curator. Ref 08001, exhibited in 2010;
Direlia Lazo, independent curator. Somewhere Else, exhibited in 2011.
The submission should include:
- A short biography or curriculum vitae (1 page), and contact address of the curator/s.
- An exhibition/project outline explaining the purpose and concept (600 words maximum)
- Initial list of artists and a succinct description of their practice and recent exhibitions (100 words maximum)
- Images of the works to be included with suitable captions.
- Detailed production budget that must include:
Application deadline: December 31, 2011
- Proposed curatorial fee / expenses derived from curators attendance to requested events
- Return transports and insurance
- Eventual production of new works
- Eventual architectural adaptation of gallery space (see map below)
Please submit your applications exclusively in English, in a pdf file up to 3MB, to: [email protected]
Please write ‘NoguerasBlanchard Curatorial Open Call’ in the subject
line. You will receive an email confirming the reception of your
proposal. For more information please contact Zaida Trallero at
Information about NoguerasBlanchard
NoguerasBlanchard opened in June 2004 and is located next to Las
Ramblas in the historic, multi-ethnic, Raval neighbourhood, in
Barcelona. In this context we are strongly committed to developing an
exhibition programme with emerging international artists whose work
shows strong conceptual concerns and participates in the dialogue
between art and broader currents in contemporary society.
gallery's main goal is to engage in a long-term commitment with the
careers of its artists and to be highly involved in the production of
works. We are assisting with proposals, raising funds to produce films,
biennial projects or catalogues while working in close alliance with
international galleries and institutions, generating from co-productions
to traveling exhibitions.
NoguerasBlanchard's participation in
international fairs is essential for the promotion of our artists
world-wide, while enabling us locally to maintain a lively and
stimulating environment for art production and exchange.
c/ Xuclà 7
08001 Barcelona · Spain