September 2021

Connecting the local with the global, but, above all, working for their territories and their contexts, is the firm and at the same time complicated commitment of centers, spaces, initiatives, artists and curators with a focus on the “future of rural areas in Spain “. From the new Ras de Terra, in Villanueva de la Vera (Cáceres), to an increasingly established Fundación Cerezales Antonino y Cinia, in Cerezales del Condado (León), and, of course, without forgetting notable artists such as Fernando García Dory or Asunción Molino Gordos, among others.


https://www.arteinformado.com/magazine/n/lo-que-la-ruralidad-ha-unido-que-no-lo-separe-la-urbe-una-aproximacion-al-futuro-de-lo-rural-desde-el-arte-actual-7101