Celebrating 30 years
The art of photocopy. 1970-1985
Today we are 30 years old and we wanted to celebrate with everyone with a great sample “por favor agregue y devuelva, Arte Postal en las colecciones y archivos del MIDECIANT-UCLM”. Unfortunately, due to the health crisis caused by Covid-19, we have had to suspend all the events that we had planned. Today, May 7 at […]
The visit of Marisa González
Today at 8 pm will be opened at José de la Mano Gallery of Madrid the exhibition “El arte de la fotocopia. 1970-1985 (cuando la copia se convierte en original)”. This exhibition, which can be visited until November 8th, has works from many artists of the spanish copy art movement, and among them, many from Alcalacanales and Equipo AC, of our director José Ramón Alcalá, who, in addition, has created a new installation with Rubén Tortosa and supported by Miguel Sánchez.
The Cuenca’s CAAC open an exhibition tribute to Copy Artist Fernando Canales
Friday July 13 we received the visit of Marisa González at the International Museum of Electrography (MIDECIANT) of Cuenca (Spain). Who also had the kindness and generosity to donate a series of pioneering copy art and digital art pieces for the museum’s permanent collection. Thank you very much. It is an honor and a pleasure. We hope that the visit was of your pleasure and interest and we hope to see you again by the MIDE -your house- as soon as possible.
Italian artist Pierluigi Vannozzi donates an important batch of artworks to the MIDE
The tribute was attended by the widow of Canales, Esther Graciá; his daughter, Marina Canales and a large number of friends and colleagues of the artist and professor at the School of Art of Cuenca. The event was presented by José Ramón Alcalá, friend and artistic partner of Canales; by Ruben Tortosa, friend and curator of the exhibition; by Maria Angeles Zurilla, Vice Chancellor of Culture and University Extension; by the Dean of the Faculty, Francisco Javier Díez de Baldeón and Patxi Andión, director of the Art Department.
The International Museum of Electrography (MIDE) has recently received a very special donation: one from the Italian artist Pierluigi Vannozzi, one of the most important authors of the artistic movement Copy Art, which revolves around the use of the copying machine with an artistic purpose and whose main importance is not so much in the result, as in the process.