Turismo Madrid




Location: Ifema

ARCOmadrid is the International Contemporary Art Fair of Spain and one of the most important platforms of the art market, and ARCO EXHIBITIONS is the new digital space for the ARCO community, one of the most transgressive artistic communities. An Ifema initiative that will allow collectors, professionals and amateurs to discover the exhibitions in 3D. 

The new digital space E-XHIBITIONS starts with 160 projects by different artists created by the galleries participating in ARCOmadrid and ARCOlisboa and will allow a different project to be published every month in 3D or 2D.

From July 7 to 11, this initiative will try to go beyond logic and concepts with the aim of impacting the viewer. A new flexible and changing space beyond the physical space of the galleries and the temporary space that the event offers.

Among them we have the DNA Gallery, an idea of Maria Acha-Kutscher. Focused on women and equality, it will deal with the theme of the cultural construction of femininity. 

Another very different proposal is Tender Geometries. With a bet reminiscent of the great Miró, the artist Aitor Lajarín portrays stairs, ropes, wood, walls or vessels, which can be represented and reinterpreted from very different angles. 

The Formatocomodo gallery, by the artist Mar Guerrero, bets on the technique of silkscreen printing on paper. She uses basic shapes and combines them with photography. Guerrero uses the repetition of motifs or shapes to generate a composition that seems infinite. 

Ruinart supports this project in which tours will be organized for experts in the art world.  E-exhibitions will also allow you to use the ARCO platform to search for your favorite artists, bookmark them, and get in touch with the gallery and the artists. In this way, art is democratized and within everyone's reach.

With all your artworks just a click away, what more do you need? Enjoy the most daring and rogue art at ARCO E-exhibitions, your safe bet for culture. 

More information: ARCO E-exhibitions 

Image credits:  E-xhibitions © Ifema