Her works, most of them videos, reflect the Serbian artist's interest in language, sound, music and political and cultural identity
Half architect and half gardener, this Basque artist recycles materials used to construct previous exhibitions and the museum own obsolete equipment
The link between the three exhibitions, Visceral soul, Mirror Image and Montage of attractions, which set out to examine the artistic process, is the work by Jorge Oteiza Homenaje a Velázquez
The artist integrates his actions in an urban context, choosing neglected surfaces which he gives a new sense of dignity, seeking the complicity of passersby
Alfredo Álvarez Plágaro takes advantage of the layout of the gallery to trap the spectator visually with the repetition of modules and the use of different formats.
The four artists place themselves in the shoes of Picasso, commissioned to produce an apparent “Guernica” inspired by contemporary events.
The exhibition comprises a number of newly produced works together with others created over the last 10 years
The artist converts the exhibition space into a kind of games room in which the participation of the spectator is required in order to activate the works
In 8 large canvases, the basque painter examines in detail the creative process of the work by Pablo Picasso in an essay on its iconic value and mythical nature.
Sculptures in glass and steel, long photographic prints and a newspaper make up an exhibition in which the relationship between the different works will vary over time
First major exhibition in Spain of this Guatemalan artist, whose performances are a metaphor of suffering and social injustice.
Building the never-ending ruin of the world deals with the way web information hierarchies condition our collective view of the world
Made up of works from the Centre-Museum's own Collection, the exhibition consists of a space for reflection on the concept of catastrophe in contemporary society
The exhibition focuses on the province of Alava as a source of inspiration for artists, writers, musicians and filmmakers
Dealing with the concepts of time, the infinite, repetition and presence, the exhibition is made up of objects, installations and performance documentation, essential works in the artist's career
The Greek artist uses paper dressmaking, language and performance to create a metaphor that reflects the fragile state of the world and the current sociopolitical context
A painstaking selection of their most recent works reveals the commitment to painting of both artists
For the first time, the Centre-Museum in Vitoria has subjected its Collection to the scrutiny of external curators with the aim of reactivating a number of its works
This Basque artist examines the iconography and social aspects of popular festivals to create a space of meeting and conflict between contemporary art and anthropology
Videos, photographs and installations of this Valladolid-born artist, which build a metaphor of the capacity of power systems to create escape mechanisms in order to survive dangerous situations
The exhibition, which lays special emphasis on the last decade and in which more than 70 artists take part, proposes four alternative, interconnected and open routes
This Cuban artist creates artworks with materials used typically in the construction industry, a landscape that spectators will regard from the comfort of a sofa and "with their feet on the table"
The Centre-Museum hosts the world premiere of a film that documents the journey of an enormous, black NO through the centres of power and residential and industrial estates of the first world
The exhibition reflects upon the different ways in which the night can be experienced and interpreted through photographs, installations and videos by 15 international artists
In uncover RECOVER, this Canadian artist grows medicinal plants in earth taken from the mass burials of Civil War victims of reprisal
The show includes a set of books and films taken from the Centre-museum's Library, as well as a selection of images and documentary fragments that trace the development of this genre throughout the 20th century.
In the exhibition, this Alava-born artist analyses the contemporary macro-city phenomenon and its urban-planning, social, economic and cultural challenges.
Consisting of works from this Museum's Collection, the exhibition reflects upon the origin and nature of the fears that lie within every individual.
The exhibition consists of 90 works of art from the Museum's own collection, many of which will be on show for the first time.
Multidisciplinary artist, pioneer in transferring artistic projects to television, this exhibition, curated by Arturo/Fito Rodríguez, focuses on the transition years from painting to video-creation and especially his work in the world of television.
An exhibition that deals with the myths of liberty, political transparency and democratic participation crossreferenced
with the contemporary film industry, architecture and art.