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R.I.Press

Exhibition views

Wide Views
Wide Views
Wall I
Wall I
Wall II
Wall II
Wall II
Wall II
Wall III
Wall III
Flyer
Flyer

Artists

Ignasi Aballí (Spain, 1958) / Miguel Aguirre (Peru, 1973)

Ignacio Bautista (Spain, 1982) / Carlos Bunga (Portugal, 1976)

Michel François (Belgium, 1956) / Carlos Garaicoa (Cuba, 1967)

Sandra Gamarra (Peru, 1972) / Pello Irazu (Spain, 1963)

Rob Johannesma (Netherlands, 1970) / Reynier Leyva Novo (Cuba, 1983)

Mark Manders (Netherlands, 1968) / Pepe Medina (Spain, 1969)

Dan Perjovschi (Romania, 1961) / Tobias Putrih (Slovenia, 1972)

Tom Starkweather (United States, 1983) / Ezequiel Suárez (Cuba, 1967)

Rirkrit Tiravanija (Argentina, 1961) / Luuk Wilmering (Netherlands, 1957)

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Selection from the Rest in Press Archive

We are today granted unprecedented access to information. Digital daily newspapers increase their readership by the instant while print production is reduced or ended altogether. To highlight the implications of this shift in the mediation of information, LiMAC exhibits a selection of works from the Rest in Press Archive.

Visitors are invited to leave comments related to the artistic use of the news on paper. The archive actually includes more than 250 works from the past 50 years registered chronologically online.

Rest in Press Archive.

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