Discover Lara Almarcegui’s installation Gravel Works Safienplatz at this year’s Art Safiental from The Institute for Land and Environmental Art Learning from the Earth. The exhibition explores how to deal with contemporary answers to climate emergencies, highlighting alternatives in which we can dialogue with and learn from the Earth. The works and projects on display in the […]
Discover Lara Almarcegui’s video Gravera at the latest PAC Milano exhibition PERFORMING PAC. Take me to the place I love, which explores the relationship between contemporary art and nature. Gravera offers a geological perspective of the Lleida area and the Segre River plain through the relationship between the built environment and the extensive mountain belt […]
Discover Lara Almarcegui’s inedit project Mâchefer – Villeurbanneat the latest show La Fabrique de Nous – Quels Territoires. The exhibition questions the concept of territory, either political, physical or imaginary, in the different scales the idea handles. How can we inhabit these spaces and how do we apprehend these environments that surround us? La Fabrique de […]
On the occasion of ARCO 2021, mor charpentier presents a project involving multiple voices, organized around two main themes. The first of these has to do with “the archive and the testimony”: works in which the artist is a researcher, collector and witness of reality featuring the works of Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lara Almarcegui, Oscar Muñoz, Rosângela Rennó, […]
Cáceres Abierto is a contemporary art biennial that aims to integrate interventions in the public space, exhibitions, debates and workshops in order to reflect critically on everyday reality, promoting dialogue and citizen participation. Lara Amarcegui will be participating in this year’s edition as part of the group exhibition Artistas de Cáceres 2021 and with an in-situ public […]
The exhibition Staging Silence, in the Kröller-Müller Museum, presents a selection of multimedia works from the museum’s collection in which silence, reflection and contemplation play a central role. For Ruins around Kröller-Müller Museum (2004), Lara Almarcegui searched for dilapidated buildings in the vicinity of the museum. She captured their decay in a photograph and thus immortalized the state […]
Kiruna – a city in the northernmost part of Sweden – is experiencing one of the biggest urban transformation projects in recent history. The city is being relocated by three kilometres due to the expansion of the mine around which Kiruna was built. A third of the population must relocate, housing blocks and landmark buildings […]
The exhibition Inventing Nature – Plants in Art is dedicated to our relationship with the world of plants. Masterpieces from more than 500 years of art history illustrate the change in images of “green” nature and our relationship to it. The spectrum of the discussion ranges from ideas of paradise, depictions of wilderness to garden pictures and botanical studies, […]
During the last three decades, the harsh neoliberalisation of economies has impacted Nordic and Baltic societies across different registers and timescales. Those developments have manifested changing relationships between the commons and privately owned lands, resulting in ecological and economical abuse of the environment, and the application of capitalist logics to urban-rural areas. Performing the Fringe is […]
For the first edition of the Rabat Biennial, Lara Almarcegui explores the links between architecture and environment, quantifying the volume and weight of Morocco.
The specific project that the artist Lara Almarcegui has developed for the space of Gallery 6 of the IVAM focuses its attention on mining rights.