The work of Erlea Maneros Zabala (Bilbao, 1977) analyses the conditions and effects of image production, addressing the contexts generated and the modes of distribution. This site-specific project for the Fisuras (Fissures) programme sees the artist proceed from works belonging to the Museo’s Collection. Taking the name of the programme in its most “material” sense, as a crevice, it connects exhibition rooms on two floors of the Sabatini Building: room 403, on the 4th floor, devoted to works from the Collection, with Space 1, on the 1st floor, which contains temporary shows. Read more.
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