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ARCOMadrid (Ifema)

Feria de Madrid
28042 Madrid, Spain
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Professional preview: Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 February, 12 noon–9pm
General public: Friday 17, Saturday 18 and Sunday 19
February, 12 noon–8pm

'Case Report' by Lorenzo Sandoval winner of the first NoguerasBlanchard Curatorial Open Call 2012

 View of NoguerasBlanchard space. Courtesy: NoguerasBlanchard

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NoguerasBlanchard is pleased to announce that the project 'Case Report' by Lorenzo Sandoval has been selected for the 2012 Curatorial Open Call.

The application deadine ended on 31 December 2011, receiving a total of 38 proposals, of which 20 were international and 18 from Spain.

The jury (composed of Latitudes (Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa), Jacqueline Uhlmann, Juan Canela and Direlia Lazo) were unanimous in selecting
'Case Report'. "Lorenzo Sandoval's project promises to be a generous and curious exploration of ethnography in contemporary practice as seen through the work of a carefully selected group of artists", the jury noted. "The proposal was impressive for its synthesis of a range of artistic approaches (performance, sound, sculpture, works on paper, and film) with a methodological context drawing on rational and irrational attempts to document and interpret the world." 

Lorenzo Sandoval was born in Madrid in 1980, and has specialized in Audiovisual Studies in Fine Arts at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, for which he is currently writing his MA final thesis. Following his studies, Sandoval has been granted residencies in Berlin, Porto and Nairobi. At present he lives in Berlin, where he collaborates on a regular basis with LaTejedoraCCEC, BarraDiagonal and Projektraum of Altes Finanzamt. In Spain, he has developed projects for La Casa Encendida in Madrid or Can Felipa in Barcelona. http://lorenzosandoval.blogspot.com/

'Case Report' is scheduled to open in
NoguerasBlanchard on May 24th, 2012


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NoguerasBlanchard se complace en anunciar que el proyecto 'Case Report' de Lorenzo Sandoval ha sido seleccionado ganador del 2012 Curatorial Open Call.
 

Se recibieron 38 propuestas de las cuales 20 fueron de origen internacional y 18 del territorio español.

El jurado (formado por
Latitudes -Max Andrews y Mariana Cánepa-, Jacqueline Uhlmann, Juan Canela y Direlia Lazo) fué unánime en su elección de 'Case Report'. "El proyecto de Lorenzo Sandoval promete ser una exploración generosa de la etnografía en la práctica artística contemporánea a través de una cuidada selección de artistas" ha escrito el jurado. "La propuesta nos impresionó por su síntesis de una amplia gama de disciplinas artísticas (performance, sonido, escultura, obra sobre papel y película) proponiendo un contexto metodológico que parte de intentos racionales e irracionales de documentar e interpretar el mundo".

Lorenzo Sandoval nació en Madrid en 1980, y se ha especializado en estudios Audiovisuales en Bellas Artes en la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, donde se encuentra finalizando su tesina de Máster. Después de sus estudios, Sandoval ha recibido becas de residencia en Berlín, Oporto y Nairobi. Hoy en día vive en Berlín, donde colabora habitualmente con LaTejedoraCCEC, BarraDiagonal y Projektraum of Altes Finanzamt. En España ha desarrollado proyectos para La Casa Encendida en Madrid, y Can Felipa en Barcelona.
http://lorenzosandoval.blogspot.com/

Está previsto que 'Case Report' se inaugure el 24 de mayo de 2012.

NoguerasBlanchard
c/ Xuclà 7
08001 Barcelona · Spain
www.noguerasblanchard.com

'The Dutch Assembly' programme details for ARCOmadrid 2012

Within the context of this year's ARCOmadrid programme FOCUS: The Netherlands, Latitudes was invited to curate and convene "The Dutch Assembly" by invitation of the Mondriaan Fund and the Embassy of the Netherlands in Madrid. Taking place throughout the five days of the fair within a specially-commissioned structure designed by Jasper Niens and Thijs Ewalts, the programme of "The Dutch Assembly" comprises thirty talks, book presentations, performances and screenings involving institutions and organizations from the Netherlands. (+ info...)

Rendering of the 'Superstructure', 2011. Courtesy Jasper Niens and Thijs Ewalts.
 

WEDNESDAY 15 FEB 
13–14h: Jeremiah Day, artist, Amsterdam/Berlin;
14–15h: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Delegate: Leontine Coelewij, Curator;
15–16h: Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam. Delegate: Jelle Bouwhuis, Curator; 
16–17h: Nathaniel Mellors, artist, Amsterdam/London;
17–18h: Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. Delegate: Steven ten Thije, research curator;
18–19h: Marres, Maastricht. Delegate: Lisette Smits, independent curator;
19–20h: [*] Lara Almarcegui, artist, Rotterdam.
 
THURSDAY 16 FEB
13.30–15h: Official opening of "FOCUS: The Netherlands" in the presence of the Ambassador of The Netherlands, Mr. Peter P. Wulfften Palthe and Madeleine van Lennep, Deputy Director Mondriaan Fund. "FOCUS: The Netherlandsis made possible with the support of the Mondriaan Fund and the Embassy of the Netherlands in Madrid. 
15–16h: [*] Javier Hontoria, critic and independent curator, Madrid;
16–17h: De Appel arts centre, Amsterdam. Delegates: Ann Demeester, Director and Nathalie Hartjes, coordinator of the Curatorial Programme and the Gallerist Programme; 
17–18h: Manifesta – The European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Amsterdam. Delegate: Cuauhtémoc Medina, Curator Manifesta 9, Limburg, Belgium; 
18–19h: Wendelien van Oldenborgh, artist, Rotterdam; 
19–20h: If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, Amsterdam. Delegate: Frédérique Bergholtz, co-founder and director.
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FRIDAY 17 FEB

13–14h: Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam. Delegate: Anke Bangma, Curator Contemporary Art; 

14–15h: De Vleeshal, Middelburg. Delegate: Lorenzo Benedetti, Director; 
15–16h: Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht. Delegate: Yolande van de Heide, Project Coordinator; 
16–17h: Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam. Delegate: Zoë Gray, Curator 2006–11; 
17–19h: Kunstverein, Amsterdam/New York/Milan. Delegates: Krist Gruijthuijsen and Maxine Kopsa, Directors, and Gabriel Lester, artist, Amsterdam.

SATURDAY 18 FEB

13–14h: TENT, Rotterdam. Delegate: Mariette Dölle, Artistic director and Eva González-Sancho, independent curator and former director FRAC Bourgogne, Dijon; 

14–15h: Stroom Den Haag, The Hague. Delegate: Arno van Roosmalen, Director; 
15–16h: [*] Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht. Delegate: Adrià Julià, artist and 2011 Researcher Fine Art; 
16–17h: Museum De Paviljoens, Almere. Delegates: Macha Roesink, Director and Annick Kleizen, Curator; 
17–18h: SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain, Amsterdam. Delegate: Theo Tegelaers, Chief Curator; 
18–19h: De Hallen, Haarlem. Delegate: Xander Karskens, Curator, De Hallen and 'Focus: The Netherlands' at ARCOmadrid.

SUNDAY 19 FEB:  

13–14h: Fucking Good Art. Delegates: Rob Hamelijnck and Nienke Terpsma, artists/editors; 

14–15h: [*] Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam. Delegates: Philippe Pirotte, curator and art critic, Antwerp, and senior advisor at the Rijksakademie and Rubén Grilo, artist and current resident;
15–16h: BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht. Delegates: Maria Hlavajova, artistic director and Rabih Mroué, artist, Beirut; 
16–17h: Expodium, Utrecht. Delegate: Bart Witte, Director; 
17–18h: W139, Amsterdam. Delegate: Tim Voss, Director and Sam de Groot, graphic designer;  
18–19h: [*] De Ateliers, Amsterdam. Delegate: Paloma Polo, artist and 2007–9 participant. 
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All the events will be in English, except those marked with an asterisk (*), which will be in Spanish. Programme may be subject to change.
 

More info: http://www.lttds.org/projects/dutchassembly 

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ARCOMadrid (Ifema)
Feria de Madrid
28042 Madrid, España
MAP + Getting there
 

Professional preview: Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16, 12 noon–9pm
 
General public: Friday 17, Saturday 18 and Sunday 19, 12 noon–8pm  

Follow 'The Dutch Assembly' on Twitter: #NLassembly 

Newsletter #40 – January / enero 2012


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FORTHCOMING... 
'The Dutch Assembly / Asamblea de los Países Bajos', ARCOmadrid, 15–19 February 2012, Madrid (+ info...)
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LAST CHANCE! UNTIL 15 JANUARY 2012...
'Amikejo: Fermín Jiménez Landa & Lee Welch', fourth and final exhibition of the cycle 'Amikejo' at the Laboratorio 987, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León,
24 September 2011–15 January 2012.    
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