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2023 in 11 cover stories

Since Spring 2015 we have been publishing a monthly cover story on our homepage (www.lttds.org) featuring past, present, or forthcoming projects, as well as sharing our research, travel, or texts, featuring artworks, exhibitions, films, or objects related to our curatorial practiceBelow are those published throughout 2023 (#90 to #100), which you can read again in this archive. See you in 2024!


Cover Story, January 2023: Claudia Pagès’ “Gerundi Circular”.

Cover Story, February 2023: Soil for Future Art Histories.

Cover Story, March 2023: Art, Climate and New Coalitions.

Cover Story, April 2023: Jerónimo Hagerman (1967–2023).

Cover Story, May 2023: Ruth Clinton & Niamh Moriarty in Barcelona

Cover Story, June 2023: Crystal Bennes futures

Cover Story, July–August 2023: Honeymoon in Valencia.

Cover Story – September 2023: The Pilgrim in Ireland.

Cover Story – October 2023: A tree felled, a tree cut in 7

Cover Story – November 2023: ”Surucuá, Teque-teque, Arara” by Daniel Steegmann Mangrané

And to close the year, Cover Story #100 – December 2023: Ibon Aranberri, Partial View


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Cover Story, December 2023: Ibon Aranberri, Partial View

  

December 2023 cover story on www.lttds.org


The December 2023 monthly Cover Story “Ibon Aranberri. Partial View” is now up on our homepage: www.lttds.org

“This month’s Cover Story, the 100th no less, focusses on artist Ibon Aranberri, whose anthology exhibition “Vista partial” (Partial View) has recently opened at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, and with whom Latitudes has been able to collaborate on several occasions.” → Continue reading (after December 2023 this story will be archived here).

Cover Stories are published monthly on Latitudes’ homepage featuring past, present, or forthcoming projects, research, texts, artworks, exhibitions, films, objects, or field trips related to our curatorial projects and activities.


→ RELATED CONTENTS

  • Archive of Monthly Cover Stories 
  • Cover Story, November 2023: Surucuá, Teque-teque, Arara: Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, 2 Nov 2023
  • Cover Story, October 2023: A tree felled, a tree cut in 7, 2 October 2023
  • Cover Story, September 2023: The Pilgrim in Ireland, 6 September 2023
  • Cover Story, July–August 2023: Honeymoon in Valencia, 1 July 2023
  • Cover Story, June 2023: Crystal Bennes futures, 1 Jun 2023
  • Cover Story, May 2023: Ruth Clinton & Niamh Moriarty in Barcelona, 1 May 2023
  • Cover Story, April 2023: Jerónimo Hagerman (1967–2023), 1 Apr 2023
  • Cover Story, March 2023: Art, Climate and New Coalitions, 1 March 2023
  • Cover Story, February 2023: Soil for Future Art Histories, 2 Feb 2023
  • Cover Story, January 2023: Claudia Pagès’ ‘Gerundi Circular’, 2 Jan 2023
  • Cover Story, December 2022: “The Melt Goes On Forever. David Hammons and DART Festival, 1 December 2022
  • Cover Story, November 2022: Jorge Satorre’s Barcelona, 1 Nov 2022
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Installation views of 'Ibon Aranberri. Organogramme' exhibition at Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, until 15 May









Schema of the exhibition display in the exhibition guide.

(From the website) 'Organogramme is an exhibition by Ibon Aranberri that aims to sediment and confront various series of works made by the artist during the last decades together with others produced specifically for the occasion, and presented here as a unified whole.

(...) His oeuvre features aspects such as the relationship between nature and culture, the ideological projection upon the landscape, the configuration of the social, historicity, the local context and its economic and territorial dimensions, the peripheral condition as well as language and the modern project. The artist holds an interest in power structures and the mechanisms to build society. (...) The concept of the landscape as a setting of ideological projection, as a point of intersection between the natural object and the cultural subject, is an underlying issue in his work.' (+ info...)

Ibon Aranberri (Itziar, Guipuzkoa, in 1969) obtained a degree in Fine Arts from the Universidad del País Vasco, Bilbao, in 1994. In the mid-1990s he participated in the Arteleku workshops in San Sebastian and continued his studies at CCA-Kitakyushu, Japan. He was involved with the early stages of the consonni project in Bilbao in 2000. He took part in Manifesta 4 in Frankfurt in 2002. Recent notable exhibitions include On working with (Ir.T.no. 513), Iaspis project room, Stockholm, 2006; Documenta 12, Kassel, 2007; Integration, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, 2007; Disorder, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, 2008; 16th Sydney Biennial, Sidney, 2008; and Ibon Aranberri. Meseta Grammar, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Abbey of Santo Domingo de Silos, 2010.

Curated by: Nuria Enguita Mayo
Organised by:
Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona
Dates and times:
From 28 January to 15 May 2011. Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Closed Mondays.

All photos (except when noted otherwise): Latitudes | www.lttds.org
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