The new cycle of Panera’s dialogues with feminist thought

The new cycle of Panera’s dialogues with feminist thought

La Panera Arts Center opens a new exhibition cycle that delves into the relationship that contemporary art maintains with feminist thought and practice. On Saturday, the cultural facility opened the four exhibitions that make up the new cycle, which can be visited until Sunday, September 29.
At the event on Saturday morning, La Panera’s director, Cristian Alonso, explained that the goal is to bring contemporary visual arts closer to the public and accompany them so that they can discover new perspectives on reality through perspectives contributed by artists and creatives.
Artist Regina José Galindo’s solo exhibition, “Decolonizing the World,” traces a conceptual journey through Galindo’s work from a decolonial perspective, questioning how the West’s official narrative exploits so-called “global South” countries. The exhibition contains three discursive areas: racism, violence against women, and neoliberal extractivism. The exhibition is organized by Semiramis Gonzalez.
The group exhibition “Only If It Smells Like Earth” includes works by young artists who invite us, from feminists, to imagine and explore different ways of inhabiting bodies in the context of colonial, patriarchal and capitalist violence. The exhibition is curated by Blanca Arias.
One of the legitimate exhibitions of artists Neus Sola and Marta J. Kardelach is “Rosetta”. A Memory in Resistance.” It is a visual exploration that reinterprets the lives of the turpentine women a century ago in the Catalan Pyrenees and pre-Pyrenees.
The project’s latest exhibition, by artist Tinta fina (Núria Inés), is titled ‘755è grand aplec. A conference and rave of witches, fortune-tellers, turpentines, and sorcerers from the lands of Leda. Curated by Helena Ayuso, Oka’s style and comedy are used to reflect on and draw from the long tradition of witches.

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