The Subjects

Spanish pavilion

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The Subjects. Spanish PavilionSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Salvador Dalí

Performativity, the public image.

The Subjects, Spanish pavilion (2015)Spain - Biennale Arte 2016

Interviews about Dalí and with Dalí, confronting the actual times with the Construction of the media figure by the artist.

The Subjects. Spanish Pavilion (2015)Spain - Biennale Arte 2016

From the central part of the Pavilion it is possible to walk directly to the Three artistic Projects by Cabello/Carceller, Francesc Ruiz and Pepo Salazar

The Merv Griffin Show, Salvador Dalí, 1965, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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Dali's interview with Mike Wallace, Salvador Dalí, 1958, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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NO-DO newsreel, Salvador Dalí, 1966, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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No-Do was the film propaganda tool by Franco´s regime in Spain. Dalí was an object at No-Do ,but he was also perverting the forms of what was possible to do or say in it.

NO-DO Newsreel, Salvador Dalí, 1965, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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Invitation Gala Dalí, Gala Dalí, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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Some documentation connects Dalí with Cabello/Carceller, Francesc Ruiz and Pepo Salazar.
The figure of Dalí appears not just as an historic presence but as someone to observe from today.

1. What rest from a total (the metal party Venice version) (2015) by Pepo SalazarSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Pepo Salazar

Multiple layers, desire, industrial culture, structural language.

1. What rest from a total (the metal party Venice version). (2015) by Pepo SalazarSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

1. What rest from a total (the metal party Venice version) (2015) by Pepo SalazarSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

1. What rest from a total (the metal party Venice version) 2., Pepo Salazar, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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Cheetos, metal, sound, videos... the amount of material at Pepo Salazar's installation is moving from popular Culture to industrial behaviour.

1. What rest from a total (the metal party Venice version), Pepo Salazar, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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1. What rest from a total (the metal party Venice version), Pepo Salazar, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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The State of the Art_ a performative essay (2015) by Cabello / CarcellerSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Cabello/Carceller

Cabello / Carceller (2015) by Cabello / CarcellerSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Cabello/Carceller work deals with gender, politics and art. Four characters talk about the situation in Europe today and the possibilities and impossibilities to be outside the norm.

The State of the Art_ a performative essay, Cabello / Carceller, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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The State of the Art_ a performative essay, Cabello / Carceller, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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Edicola Mundi (2015) by Francesc RuizSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Francesc Ruiz

The World as a newsstand. Information and reality.

Edicola Mundi (2015) by Francesc RuizSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Francesc Ruiz understands the newsstands as a pre-internet idea. Information is there in multiple layers.

Edicola Mundi (2015) by Francesc RuizSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Edicola Mundi, Francesc Ruiz, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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Edicola Mundi, Francesc Ruiz, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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The two newsstands from Francesc Ruiz observe media in Italy. From general media to specific publications.

Edicola Mundi (2015) by Francesc RuizSpain - Biennale Arte 2016

Edicola Mundi, Francesc Ruiz, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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The Subjects, Spanish pavilion, Francesc Ruiz, Pepo Salazar, 2015, From the collection of: Spain - Biennale Arte 2016
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Credits: Story

The Subjects.
Spanish Pavilion

Curator: Martí Manen
Artists: Cabello/Carceller, Francesc Ruiz, Pepo Salazar + Salvador Dalí

Production: AECID
Production collaborator: AC/E

Credits: All media
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