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Rogelio López Cuenca

Works

Do Not Cross Art Scene
Do Not Cross Art Scene
Phone / Poem
Phone / Poem
Décret nº 1
Décret nº 1
Landscape with the...
Landscape with the...
Welcome
Welcome
The Paradise belongs to...
The Paradise belongs to...
Nerja Once
Nerja Once
Astilhãografo
Astilhãografo
Canto VI
Canto VI
Walls
Walls
Málaga 1937
Málaga 1937
Human Heat
Human Heat
Le partage
Le partage
Gypsies of Paper
Gypsies of Paper
History of Two Cities
History of Two Cities
Picasso City
Picasso City
Almost all about Picasso
Almost all about Picasso
For Copyright Reasons
For Copyright Reasons
Map of Mexico
Map of Mexico
À Valparaiso 1963/2013
À Valparaiso 1963/2013

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Rogelio López Cuenca ( Málaga, 1959)

Poet and visual artist, his work revolves around the construction of identities, the analysis of mass media and cultural criticism; ongoing work through publications, courses, workshops, exhibitions, urban interventions in public spaces, on the TV or Internet (http://www.malagana.com), using its own procedures for both the visual arts and literature or social sciences.

He participated in the Biennial of Contemporary Art, Johannesburg (South Africa, 1994), Manifesta 1 (Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1996 ), Lima (Peru , 2002), Sao Paulo (Brazil, 2002), Istanbul (Turkey, 2003) , Guatemala (2012) and received the awards Iniciarte (Junta de Andalucía, 2008), Francisco de Goya (Villa de Madrid, 2002), the Public (South Channel Broadcasting, 2001), Andalusia prize of Plastic Arts (1992) and the Eye award critical of Art (National Radio of Spain, 1992).

He taught courses and conferences and led workshops in the schools of Fine Arts from the universities of Barcelona, Bogotá, Complutense of Madrid, Cuenca, Chile, Basque, Rome – Sapienza, Salamanca, Sevilla, South Florida or UNAM (Mexico ), in Cultural Center of Spain in La Paz, Lima, Montevideo and Mexico, the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art, the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, ​​Casa Arabic (Madrid), Arteleku (San Sebastian), the Institute of Aesthetics and Art Theory, Madrid, and the Department of Behavioral Art of Havana, among others.

Since the late 90s has been working on joint projects related to the city, public art criticism, subaltern history and memories.

Among the most recent exhibitions:

VALAPARAISO WHITE NOISE, Valparaíso, Chile, (www.valparaiso-whitenoise.org)

KUNST UND MIGRATION. Kunsthalle Bahnitz. Bahnitz an der Havel, 2013.

SURVIVING PICASSO, Málaga, 2012.

OTRAS CARTAS MARRUECAS (www.saharawhy.net). 2012

EL REPARTIMENT. Centro de Arte La Panera. Lleida, 2012.

EM TRÂNSITO. Centro Cultural da Espanha. Sâo Paulo.

CARTOGRAFÍAS CONTEMPORÁNEAS. CaixaForum, Barcelona / Madrid, 2012

GITANOS DE PAPEL, XVIII Bienal de Arte Paiz, La Antigua, Guatemala, 2012

HOSPITALIDAD (Posters), Ciudad de México, 2011.

CERCANÍAS. Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo. Sevilla, 2012.

PRINCIPIO POTOSI. Museo Nacional de Etnografía. La Paz, Bolivia.*

HISTORIA DE DOS CIUDADES, en ATOPIA. Arte y ciudad en el siglo XXI, CCCB. Barcelona. 2010

MAPA DE MÉXICO (www.mapademexico.org), Ciudad de México, 2010.

DAS POTOSI PRINZIP. Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Berlin, 2010.

PRINCIPIO POTOSI. MNCARS. Madrid, 2010.

MAPA DE MATARÓ (mapa y sitio web: www.mapademataro.net, Mataró, 2009.

LA MEMORIA DEL OTRO. Museo de Arte, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Bogotá, 2009.

MÁLAGA 1937. Proyecto multimedia de recuperación de la memoria histórica. Incluye el web site http://www.malaga1937.net y el Parque de la Memoria, realizado en colaboración con Santiago Cirugeda y Recetas Urbanas. Torre del Mar (Vélez Málaga) 2005-2007.

Some publications and catalogs :

Efigies y fantasmas. Diputación de Huelva, 2013.

El repartiment. Centre d’Art La Panera. Lleida, 2012.

Ciudad Picasso. Galería Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid, 2011.

Gitanos de papel. Cajasol, Sevilla,. 2009.

Hojas de ruta. Museo Patio Herreriano. Valladolid. 2009.

Destrucción y construcción del territorio. Memoria de lugares españoles. 1, Galicia y Madrid. Madrid: Editorial Complutense, 2008.

Obras. Diputación Provincial de Granada. 2001.

Opium Populi. Ajuntament de Girona. 1999.

WORD$WORD$WORD$. Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo. Sevilla, 1994

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