SOLC

march 2014

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Sie specific work on Paseo de Gracia & Diagonal in Barcelona

http://ccaa.elpais.com/ccaa/2014/01/21/catalunya/1390261292_404399.html

http://www.arquine.com/blog/monumentos/

http://www.mextropoli.mx/programa/


Memorias de Tortuga

december 2013

http://ccaa.elpais.com/ccaa/2013/12/05/catalunya/1386274146_788444.html


Trip to the Moon. film screening |New York: 08/05/2013 (19:00 h)

may 2013

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08/05/2013 (19:00 h)

Location:
Instituto Cervantes
211-215 East 49th Street
10017 New York

 

Trip to the Moon & Removal
film screening

Trip to the Moon.
The aim, according to Amat, is to unravel the mysteries of the screenplay, an effort to distill its essence, silhouetting his poetic suggestion and let the script itself manifests in the different film procedures that invites the Lorquian conception.

Mudanza
(Removal) came to be made after the curator Hans Ulrich Obrist asked for involvement in the Huerta de San Vicente, the home and museum of the García-Lorca family in Granada.

The film records the removal of furniture and objects from the building, leaving visitors able to move freely amongst its empty spaces and a silence charged with feeling and resonance and the take from the experience whatever the y demand from it - thus making poet Federico García Lorca's emotive and historic absence ever more powerful, evident and heartfelt.


http://nyork.cervantes.es/FichasCultura/Ficha88404_27_2.htm


This thursday, simultaneous perfomance between Sao Paulo & Barcelona streaming online

december 2012

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Santa Monica Art Center in Barcelona and Sao Paulo Cultural Center will hold a 'performance' simultaneously on Thursday at 20.00 - 17.00 in Brazil - through the interaction of artists and Frederic Amat & Arnaldo Antunes.

 http://cultura.gencat.cat/endirecte


Exhibition. Espai Micus. Eivissa

july 2012

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from July/2012 until October/2012

www.espacio-micus.com

(+34) 971 19 19 23


Shoji Kojima + Chicuelo + Frederic Amat | Mercat de les Flors

may 2012

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Shoji Kojima,  dancer
Juan Gomez ‘Chicuelo’, guitarist
Miguel Ángel Soto ‘Londro’, singer
Hausson, ilusionist
Frederic Amat, painter

 

View Spanish dancer dancing to Argentina was an inspiration to Kazuo Ohno dance master Bhutto. With their eyes on them, the teacher and dancer Japanese Shoji Kojima will look at his own culture, his memory, his flamenco. We will share in a game of mirrors and reflections.

Frederic Amat has always been stimulated by this "other" world view offered by Japan and fascinated by their particular sensitivity that makes life a ceremony, a show. Understands its collaboration with Shoji Kojima and illusionist Hausson as a mosaic of improvisations, suggestions and presence, which subvert the excitement stems from the tradition in an attempt to find different expressions of flamenco. There shouldn't be an event, but an apparition.

 

Saturday 26th of May 2012
Sala Pina Bausch | 20h | 10€
Mercat de les Flors


Artigas. Lhome del foc

april 2012

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Josep Llorens Artigas (Barcelona, 1892 – Gallifa, 1980) is one of the most important names in twentieth-century European pottery. The “Artigas. L’home del foc” (“Artigas. The Man of Fire”) exhibition gives us the opportunity to understand and realise the importance of the main contributions of Artigas. The exhibition shows over one hundred and fifty items covering his long career in chronological order, including his fruitful collaboration with artists such as Raoul Dufy and Joan Miró.

"Artigas fills Gaudi's La Pedrera  with ceramic
Frederic Amat mounted an exhibition of the man who worked 30 years with Miró"

El País, Spain

http://ccaa.elpais.com/ccaa/2012/04/16/catalunya/1334601967_367758.html


Picasso, the heart of the matter

october 2011

In my talk on the works in the exhibition Devorar París. Picasso 1900-07 I want to discuss the gestation and crystallization of a great and daring creative adventure in the early years of the twentieth century, and the impact this has had on our vision of reality and its appearances.

http://w3.bcn.es/V01/Serveis/Noticies/V01NoticiesLlistatNoticiesCtl/0,2138,417470534_417706709_2_1590865930,00.html?accio=detall&home=


FREDERIC AMAT ho va deixar

june 2011

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Frederic Amat és un dels artistes catalans més reconeguts internacionalment i un dels més difícils de classificar per la seva amplitud d’interessos i camps de  treball. Pintura, gravats, espais escènics, murals, pel·lícules i un llarg etcètera configuren el seu univers plàstic. Va estudiar Arquitectura dos anys durant els anys setanta a l’etsab. Ens trobem a la seva casa-estudi de Barcelona per parlar sobre la seva obra i el seu interés per l’arquitectura.

Fotografia: Carles Bárcena

http://www.revistadiagonal.com/entrevistes/ho-va-deixar/frederic-amat/


TATE MODERN: Joan Mir Study Day

june 2011

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Art and Politics: Joan Miró Study Day
Saturday 25 June 2011, 10.30–17.00

This Study Day explores issues raised by the major exhibition of Joan Miró at Tate Modern. Starting from the surrealist context of Miró's art it moves to the broader theme of the complex relationship between art and politics. Speakers address a range of issues, from the specific contexts in which Miró worked, to the ‘radicalism’ of surrealism. Curators, academics and artists contribute to the debates. Speakers include artists Frederic Amat and Eva Bosch, art historians and curators Jon Bird, William Jeffett, Robert Lubar and Gill Perry, philosopher Nigel Warburton, and curators of the Miró exhibition Matthew Gale and Marko Daniel.
In collaboration with The Open University
Supported by the Institut Ramon Llull

Image:
Joan Miró
Aidez l'Espagne 1937
Private collection © Successió Miró / ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2011

http://channel.tate.org.uk/media/1063894264001

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