Isidoro Valcárcel Medina. "Four Drafts", 1979. Five sheets of 30 x 21 cm. plus cover with title. Original typewritten on stamped paper.

Isidoro Valcárcel Medina. "Four Drafts", 1979. Five sheets of 30 x 21 cm. plus cover with title. Original typewritten on stamped paper.

Isidoro Valcárcel Medina. "Concierto (por cierto, con cierto incierto acierto)", 1995. Original work, score of the sound composition of the same title, consisting of a superimposition of tape recordings based on a composition by Strauss, made with ink and coloured pencils. 21,5 x 119 cm.

Isidoro Valcárcel Medina. "Concierto (por cierto, con cierto incierto acierto)", 1995. Original work, score of the sound composition of the same title, consisting of a superimposition of tape recordings based on a composition by Strauss, made with ink and coloured pencils. 21,5 x 119 cm.

José Antonio Hernández-Diez. "Pisatario: ‘Monument’ to Vladimir Tatlin, 1964", 2016-2021. Aluminum and wenge, iroko, pine, oak and sapele woods. 152 x 30 x 7 cm

José Antonio Hernández-Diez. "Pisatario: ‘Monument’ to Vladimir Tatlin, 1964", 2016-2021. Aluminum and wenge, iroko, pine, oak and sapele woods. 152 x 30 x 7 cm

Gina Arizpe. "Temporary Employment (The Trap)", 2022. Installation. Metallic stars. Diameter: 180 cm

Gina Arizpe. "Temporary Employment (The Trap)", 2022. Installation. Metallic stars. Diameter: 180 cm

Gina Arizpe. "Migratory Traces", 2014-2019. 
Installation. 25 pieces of hand-embroidered fabric. 24 correspond to the journeys of women street vendors from their home village to Mexico City, and one is the sum of all the journeys.

Gina Arizpe. "Migratory Traces", 2014-2019. Installation. 25 pieces of hand-embroidered fabric. 24 correspond to the journeys of women street vendors from their home village to Mexico City, and one is the sum of all the journeys.

Gina Arizpe. "Names and Coordinates, Michoacán (2016-2019)", 2020. Ink on paper. 21,5 x 28 cm

Gina Arizpe. "Names and Coordinates, Michoacán (2016-2019)", 2020. Ink on paper. 21,5 x 28 cm

Raquel Manchado. "Archive of Illustrated Misogyny [Spinsters]", 2021. Prints made in Europe at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. The totality of this archive consists of 1,000 postcards, which Raquel Manchado has been compiling for seven years.

Raquel Manchado. "Archive of Illustrated Misogyny [Spinsters]", 2021. Prints made in Europe at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. The totality of this archive consists of 1,000 postcards, which Raquel Manchado has been compiling for seven years.

ARCO | FEB 2022

DATE: from February 23, 2022 to February 27, 2022

https://www.ifema.es/arco-madrid/galerias

PLACE: Madrid, Spain

Pavilion 7. BOOTH 7C24

Freijo Gallery, focused on the dissemination of artistic practices, both Spanish and Latin American, from the last decades of the 20th century to the present day, presents the work of four artists from different generations at ARCO 2022: Isidoro Valcárcel Medina (España, 1937), José Antonio Hernández-Diez (Venezuela, 1964), Raquel Manchado (España, 1977) and Gina Arizpe (México, 1972).

The four artists are connected through their interest in contemporary debates: post-colonialism, socio-politics, gender, etc. Their work is based on research processes, using different approaches, strategies and formats.

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