AES+F, Stephan Balckenhol, Roger Ballen, Adrián Balseca, Jordi Bernadó, James Clar, José Pedro Croft, Oleg Dou, Anthony Goicolea, Peter Halley, Yago Hortal, Karin Kneffel, Ola Kolehmainen, Glenda León, Anna Malagrida, Miralda, Aitor Ortiz, Túlio Pinto, Jaume Plensa, Isabel Rocamora, Gino Rubert, Francis Ruyter, Massimo Vitali, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra, Gao Xingjian, Evru/Zush
SENDA is passionate about creation, it values and supports the talent, risk and singularity found in young and established artists, both national and international, defending each individual’s value while avoiding closed minded programs or narrow lines of thought. They believe in the value of diversity and the richness of its multiple languages, and try to identify singular worlds in which they can be reflected and grow together.
From Thu. 17th to Sat. 19th Sept. / 10 am - 8
Sun. 20th Sept. / 10 am - 3 pm
After 28 years of collaboration with Galeria SENDA, Peter Halley (New York, 1953), returns to Barcelona with a new series of large scale artworks, with which he introduces a new formal turn: his iconic "cells" and "prisons" linked through circuits, expand to reshape the canvas, tanking the paintings to a new dimension.
Moreover, Galeria SENDA presents Escritos Sobre Arte (Barcelona: Senda Ensayo, 2020), the first Spanish edition of a collection of essays and other texts written by Halley between 1981 and 2001.
Peter Halley (New York, 1953) became known in New York in the mid-eighties as a promoter of Neo-conceptualism, a current that appears as a reaction to neo-impressionism, introducing a revival of geometric abstraction. His style reflects the notion of language as a stable and self-referential system and criticizes the transcendental claims of minimalism.