The ARCO Foundation continues to work towards the promotion, increased awareness and dissemination of contemporary art and collecting on both a national and an international level. It is joined in this endeavour by MMOMA –The Moscow Museum of Modern Art – which will host an exhibition of works from the ARCO Foundation and the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo CA2M, with the collaboration of AECID, from 21 September to 28 November. Similarly, over the months of October and November, Foro Arte Cáceres 15 will display 28 works from the ARCO Foundation collection in an exhibition spread over different locations in this city in Extremadura.
The MMOMA exhibition, curated by Elena Yachnikova and Ferran Barenblit, will give great protagonism to Spanish and Latin American artists. Among other artists included in the ARCO Foundation Collection, the exhibition will include works by Ignasi Aballí, Eduardo Abaroa, Pilar Albarracín, Francis Alÿs, Juan Araujo, Artur Barrio, Iñaki Bonillas, Milena Bonilla, Adriana Bustos, Eugenio Dittborn, Gabriel Kuri, Tonico Lemos Auad, Teresa Margolles, Ana Mendieta, Antoni Muntadas, Oscar Muñoz, Rivane Neuenschwander, Adrian Piper, Meric Algün Ringborg, Allan Sekula and Tunga.
On a national level, from 23 October to 29 November, Foro Arte Cáceres 15 will include works from the ARCO Foundation in the exhibition Third Space: betwixt tradition and modernity. Works from the permanent collections of the Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo (CA2M) de la Comunidad de Madrid and the ARCO Foundation, under the curatorship of Miguel Antelo.
This exhibition, framed within the will to foster a dialogue between the architectural, archaeological and ethnographic heritage of Cáceres with contemporary art, can be visited at Palacio de Hernando de Ovando and Palacio de los Condes de Adanero, in the monumental part of the city.