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CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo

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CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
Avda. Constitución 23
28931 Madrid
Venue Type: Gallery


© CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
June 12th - October 19th It’s possible because it’s possible
Raqs Media Collective
March 23rd - September 21st Per/Form. How to do things with[out] words
Mathieu Abonnenc, Jennifer Allora, Brad Butler, Geneviève Cadieux, Guillermo Calzadilla, Jean-Pierre Cometti, Agnès Dahan, Adrian Dan, Angela Detanico, Carole Douillard, Cevdet Erek, Köken Ergun, Esther Ferrer, Simon Fujiwara, Chiara Fumai, Ryan Gander, Dora Garcia, Camille Henrot, Sandra Johnston, Amelia Jones, Latifa Laâbissi, Rafael Lain, Ines Lechleitner, Franck Leibovici, Cristina Lucas, Haroon Mirza, Karen Mirza, Antonio Negri, Roman Ondák, Falke Pisano, Chantal Pontbriand, Chloé Quenum, Pedro Reyes, La Ribot, José Antonio Sánchez, Juliao Sarmento, Ulla von Brandenburg, Carey Young, Héctor Zamora
From Tuesday until Sunday 11:00 a 21:00 h. Closed 24, 25 and 31 dec. 1 and 6 jan
(+34) 91 276 02 21
(+34) 91 618 04 69
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The principal aims of the CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo are to conduct work related to contemporary art and to make this work available to the general public. The CA2M honours its commitment to contemporary creation and critical thinking through its exhibitions, collection, activities, educational projects, research, website and publications.

Every aspect of the work conducted by the CA2M is underpinned by a series of criteria, which enable it to encompass a range of projects that include not only the visual arts but also film, music, literature, design and the performance arts.

Meanwhile, thanks to its location in Móstoles, it is able to question the complex definition of cities and their role in modern culture, articulating its ties to its immediate environment in the south of the Madrid region around its desire to transcend these borders.

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