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Meaning Making

Meaning Making. Fragmented imaginary of twelve artists from Cantabria is an itinerant exhibition of plastic arts promoted by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of the Government of Cantabria within its internationalization program, and developed in collaboration with the Association of Galleries of Contemporary Art of Cantabria.

 

The exhibition has shown, throughout 2013, the works of Víctor Alba, Luis Bezeta, Alfonso Borragán, Cristina del Campo, Antonio Díaz Grande, Álvaro González, Raúl Hevia, Javier Lamela, Gorka Mohamed, Cuca Nelles, Gloria Pereda and Álvaro Trugeda at the Cervantes Institutes of New York, Warsaw and Brussels and at the Spanish Embassy in Washington.