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Latitudes 'out of office' photo album 2009–10 season

Following a tradition started last year with an 'out of office' summer post, below is a selection of the 2009-10 season's unseen and 'behind the scenes' moments.
Happy holidays/felices vacaciones!


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'Closed for holidays' sign, Passatge Mercader, Barcelona

Performance 'The Museum of Incest' by Simon Fujiwara, 19 September 2009, Hangar, Barcelona, programmed as part of Vena (por la).

Conference 'Producir, Exponer, Interpretar (Estrategias y conflictos en la práctica curatorial hoy)', Matadero Madrid, 25–27 September: Conference break with some of the speakers: in the back (left to right) Tania Pardo, Sergio Rubira, Iván López Munuera.

October 2009: Site visit to Meessen de Clercq gallery, Brussels, a forthcoming Latitudes-curated exhibition will open there in February 2011

Frieze At Fair, London, October 2009: T293 stand by artists Pennacchio/Argentato, about who you'll hear more from us soon...

On 18th October 2009 and as part of Frieze Projects, Max Andrews of Latitudes participated in Fia Backström's project 'Studies in Leadership - The Review' at invitation of Filipa Oliveira and Miguel Amado. Four art critics and writers – Amado, Michele Robecchi, J. J. Charlesworth (not in this image) and Andrews – worked with a professional voice coach to publicly read one of their recent exhibition reviews, and together consider the implications of performance and the author's 'voice'.


Seminar on Art & Ecology, The Wanås Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden, 21 October 2009: Coffee break + socialising in the Swedish sunshine
Seminar on Art & Ecology, The Wanås Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden, 21 October 2009: Going around the Wanås state and recognising some (perhaps edible?) fungi with artist Tue Greenfort
Opening of Lawrence Weiner's Under the Sun at Espai d'Art Contemporani Castelló
, 23 October 2009
'Portscapes' series, Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands, throughout 2009: Lara Almarcegui being interviewed for the 'Behind the scenes' video produced for Portscapes. The interview took place after touring 4 wasteland sites included in Almarcegui's guide 'Wastelands of the Port of Rotterdam', 9 November 2009

'Portscapes' series, Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands, throughout 2009: Christina Hemauer & Roman Keller filming the performing choir under the heavy rain nearby the Maritime Museum, Rotterdam, 8 November 2009
'Portscapes' exhibition, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 30 January–25 April 2010: Hans Schabus and Roman Keller on Hemauer/Keller's stage (which travelled from Basel to Rotterdam by boat).
'Portscapes' exhibition, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 30 January–25 April 2010: Opening party with Lara Almarcegui, Ilana Halperin and Hans Schabus, 5 February 2010
'Portscapes' exhibition, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 30 January – 25 April 2010: Private view dinner at the museum's cafe to celebrate the openings of 'Portscapes' and Carsten Höller, 5 February 2010.

ARCO, Madrid, 17 February 2010: With artist Fermín Jiménez Landa (left) and curator David Armengol (right)
ARCO, Madrid, 17 February 2010: Artists Marc Vives & David Bestué posing with their piece shown at the stand of Estrany de la Mota, Barcelona.
2010 curatorial award Premi GAC: A colleague took a picture on the TV monitor while Latitudes received the award, 25 February 2010.
Easter visit to the old-time classic Barcelona's Wax Museum: grateful smiles by gallerists, curators and artists posing next to writer and philosopher Ramon Llull, whose Institut Ramon Llull has partly supported some of our projects.

Flyby visit by The Bruce High Quality Foundation on their way to Murcia to open the third installment of 'Dominó Caníbal', May 2010


'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: Customising the BMW car with designer ferranElOtro at Can Xalant, 8 May 2010
'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: A tired chauffeur...

'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: Lunch break with the artist-chauffeur on the way to Santander, 10 May
'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: Deciding which petrol to put in the car...10 May
'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: Installation finished ('chiringuito' settled). Checking Google maps for route of how to see as many galleries as possible in one afternoon, 13 May.

'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: Cleaner brooming the feathers thrown by a group of protesters against BP's Tate sponsorship, 15 May

'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: 'A Mariana summit': with Mariana Castillo Deball.
'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: 'No Soul for Sale' curator Cecilia Alemani being interviewed by Tate watched by 'No Soul for Sale' creator & artist Maurizio Cattelan.
'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: Danish artist John Kørner discussing with Martí Anson about Anson's factory project in New Mexico.


'No Soul for Sale', Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London, 14-16 May 2010: Waiting to board at Portsmouth to sail back to Santander.

Falmouth Convention (
20–23 May, Cornwall, UK) – Waiting for the train back to London after the convention with curators Michaela Crimmin (former director of the Arts & Ecology programme at the RSA) and curator Emma Ridgway.
Visiting designer and publisher Chiara Figone from Archive Kabinett during the Berlin Biennial, June 2010
Visiting Maribel López Gallery (with Maribel López) during the Berlin Biennial, June 2010

Devouring 'The Exhibitionist' journal while drinking a cold German beer on the Berlin-Basel train, 13 June 2010


Browsing through pictures on Art Basel's website we found us portrayed while visiting Simon Fujiwara's space, Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt am Main, Art Statements – Art Basel 2010. Photo: Art Basel
Checking the designs for the forthcoming 'Mataró Chauffeur Service' publication with Martí Anson at the ferranElOtro Studio, July 2010. Photo: Latitudes

Berlin galleries, project spaces, studios... June 2010

Alexej Meschtschanow at Klemm'sAlexej Meschtschanow at Klemm's


Jimmie Durham at Barbara Wien Wilma Lukatsch
Jimmie Durham at Barbara Wien Wilma Lukatsch


Rethinking Location at Sprüth Magers
'Rethinking Location' at Sprüth Magers


Kirstine Roepstorff at Peres Projects
Kirstine Roepstorff at Peres Projects


Heike Kabisch at Chert
Heike Kabisch at Chert


Christina Mackie at Supportico Lopez
Christina Mackie at Supportico Lopez


Rudolf Stingel at the Neue Nationalgalerie
Rudolf Stingel at the Neue Nationalgalerie


Haegue Yang at Barbara Wein Wilma Lukatsch Schöneberger Ufer space
Haegue Yang at Barbara Wein Wilma Lukatsch Schöneberger Ufer space


Rubén Grilo at Maribel López
Rubén Grilo at Maribel López Gallery


Michael Buthe at Reception
Michael Buthe at Reception


Mehr Teppich / More Carpets at Isabella Bortolozzi
Mehr Teppich / More Carpets at Isabella Bortolozzi


Self-Consciousness at VW VeneKlasen/Werner
'Self-Consciousness' at VW VeneKlasen/Werner


Archive Kabinett
Archive Kabinett


Mladen Stilinovic talk at Salon Populaire
Mladen Stilinovic talk at Salon Populaire


Studio visit with Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson
Studio visit with Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson


Studio visit with Haegue Yang
Studio visit with Haegue Yang


Lara Favaretto at Klosterfelde
Lara Favaretto at Klosterfelde


John Smith at Tanya Leighton Gallery
John Smith at Tanya Leighton Gallery


Vlassis Caniaris at Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch
Vlassis Caniaris at Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch


Tue Greenfort at Johann König
Tue Greenfort at Johann König


Jessica Rankin and Sara Barker at Carlier | Gebauer
Jessica Rankin and Sara Barker at Carlier | Gebauer


Sofia Hultén at Konrad Fischer Galerie
Sofia Hultén at Konrad Fischer Galerie


Voices from Silence Truths Unveiled by Time at Galerie Opdahl
'Voices from Silence Truths Unveiled by Time' at Galerie Opdahl


Minimum Maximum at Zak | Branicka
'Minimum Maximum' at Zak | Branicka


Ion Grigorescu at Galerija Gregor Podnar
Ion Grigorescu at Galerija Gregor Podnar


Christina Andersseon at Galerie Nordenhake
Christian Andersson at Galerie Nordenhake


Simon Dybbroe Møller at Galerie Kamm
Simon Dybbroe Møller at Galerie Kamm


João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva at Galerie Kamm
João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva at Galerie Kamm


Liam Gillick at Esther Schipper
Liam Gillick at Esther Schipper


Franz Ackermann at Neugerriemschneider
Franz Ackermann at Neugerriemschneider


Wilhelm Sasnal at Johnen Galerie
Wilhelm Sasnal at Johnen Galerie


Videodrome at Autocenter
Videodrome at Autocenter





All photos: Latitudes | www.lttds.org

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