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Los Raros: New Narratives of Contemporary Collage
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Los Raros: New Narratives of Contemporary Collage

Valladolid, Spain - A bold exploration of contemporary art arrives at the Municipal Exhibition Hall of La Pasión with the opening of "Los Raros/Las Raras: New Narratives of Contemporary Collage". Curated by Cless & Máximo Tuja, this exhibition is a milestone in the international art scene, bringing together artists from diverse disciplines, for whom collage is not a technique but a tool to explore new narratives and perspectives on the world around us.


Date and Location

The exhibition will be open to the public from May 10th to July 7th, 2024. The Municipal Exhibition Hall of La Pasión, located at C. Pasión, s/n, 47001 Valladolid, will be the epicenter of this unique experience.


Visiting Hours and Admission

Visitors can enjoy "Los Raros/Las Raras" from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays, with opening hours from 12:00 to 14:00 and from 18:30 to 21:30. Admission is free, offering a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the world of contemporary collage.

Free guided tours will be offered to the general public without registration from Wednesday to Sunday at 8:00 PM.


About the Exhibition

Rethinking collage: "Los Raros/Las Raras" is an exhibition that offers a profound reflection on the evolution of collage, from its avant-garde roots to its influence on contemporary culture. Challenging conventional categories, the exhibition questions the nature of collage, exploring a wide range of works spanning various media and artistic expressions.

Beyond paper: Beyond its roots in paper, "Los Raros/Las Raras" ventures into a wide range of expression media, from painting and sculpture to digital art and performance. This expansion of collage into other media offers a multidimensional artistic experience that challenges the traditional boundaries of contemporary art.

A global avant-garde. The exhibition features the participation of more than 90 prominent local and international artists, including Asger Carlsen, Martí Sawe, Diane Meyer, J. Demsky, Susana Blasco, Alma Haser, and Michael Mapes, among others. These artists incorporate the appropriation, deconstruction, and recoding of pre-existing discourses to create new narratives with their own viewpoints, consolidating their position as agents of creative divergence.

A critical lens. "Los Raros/Las Raras" serves as a critical lens, exploring the complex relationships between collage and other artistic and cultural practices. The exhibition redefines the boundaries of collage, inviting viewers to reflect on the intrinsic nature of art beyond conventional categorizations.


Opening with Curators and Artists

To mark the beginning of this exciting exhibition, a guided tour will be held on May 10th at 7:00 PM, with the presence of international and national curators and artists in the exhibition hall.



Adam Brierley, Adios from everywhere, Alma Haser, Alvaro Naddeo, Ana Cubero, Anastasia Savinova, André Bergamin, Andrea Burgay, Andrea Mortson, Anthony White, Anthony Zinonos, Asger Carlsen, Ashkan Honarvar, Boris Tellegen, Catalina Schliebener, Charles Wilkin, Cless, D. Dominick Lombardi, Daniel Muñoz, David Campesino, David Crunelle,  David Fresno, David Henry Nobody Jr., Dennis Busch, Diane Meyer, DOES, Doctor Pek, E. Taufenbach & B. Pourtout, Eduardo Recife, Eli Craven, Eric Magassa, Erik Winkowski, Jeroen Erosie, Fred Free, Geoff Kim, Gio Mariani, Gonzalo de Miguel, Goster, Greg Lamarche, Hernán Paganini, Hilary Kliros, Huber.Huber, Isabel Reitemeyer, J. Demsky, James Gallagher, Jorge Peligro, Jack Felice, J. Menchaca & A. Perote, J. Sasso, Jesús Cuesta, Joe Castro, John Gall, John Whitlock, Julio Falagán, K Young, Kurt Lackner, Leslie Siegel, Lola Dupre, Mac Premo, Mad Bros Toys, Mario Zoots, Mark Wagner, Martí Sawe, Martin Venezky, Max-o-matic, Michael DeSutter, Michael Mapes, Michel Lamoller, Miko Hornborg, Moss Deco, Natalie Huth, Nico Krijno, Nicola Kloosterman, Nicolás Romero Escalada, Niko Vartiainen, Omar Barquet, Pablo Serret de Ena, Paul Henderson, Pelle Cass, Pelucas Pilas Bubbles, Raph Diéz, Ricardo Suárez, Robert Mars, Rubén B, S. Faustina, Samplerman, Shane Wheatcroft, Stuart Bradford, Susana Blasco, Tamar Cohen, The Rodina, Thomas Schostok aka {ths}, Tim Klein, Todd Bartel, Victoria Ulrike Iles, Zedz.

Curated by Cless & Máximo Tuja.



Venue: Municipal Exhibition Hall of La Pasión.

Address: C. Pasión, s/n, 47001 Valladolid, Spain

Date: May 10th to July 7th, 2024.

Tuesday-Sunday and Holidays 12:00-14:00 and 18:30-21:30. Closed on Mondays.

Free Admission

Contact Information

For more information about "Los Raros/Las Raras: New Narratives of Contemporary Collage", please contact María Mozo at creart@fmcva.org

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