Swab Barcelona reinvents itself in 2015. Returning for its eight edition, the four-day art fair, led by Director Joaquín Díez-Cascón, hosts a total of 65 contemporary galleries from 22 countries. Held in one of Spain’s most vibrant cities, Swab welcomes over 100 new artists and boasts a dynamic schedule of exhibitor, collectors and special events programmes. In 2015, Swab Seed, curated by David Armengol, gives voice to a series of independent proposals founded outside the margins of institutions in cities such as Barcelona, Madrid and Berlin; Juan Canela presents a group of actions and interventions in Swab Performance; and De Appel Arts Center, Amsterdam, offers its expertise in Swab Fórum.
Swab Barcelona 2015
Review Cornelia Parker, John Cage and Cage Mix at BALTIC
Swab Barcelona reinvents itself in 2015. Returning for its eight edition, the four-day art fair welcomes 65 contemporary galleries from 22 countries.
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