Arco Madrid 2021

Off projects. From 07 Jul, 2021 to 11 Jul, 2021

Galeria Senda participates in the 40th edition of ARCO Madrid 2021, at stand 9B23 in pavilion 9 of IFEMA.


In our 28th participation at the ARCO fair in Madrid, we present a selection of the latest creations by a series of artists with whom we have worked over the last few years. Both national and international artists, who are the pillars of our identity and history as a gallery, as well as new proposals by younger or emerging artists.

This year we will once again count on the presence of Jaume Plensa (Barcelona, 1955), an iconic figure of sculpture at an international level, who has just closed an exhibition in our gallery a few months ago, and of whom we will present a piece at ARCOmadrid 2021. Peter Halley (New York, 1953), whose exhibition “New Paintings” opened the 2020-2021 season at SENDA Gallery, will also be present with one of his latest works. Photographs by Jordi Bernadó (Lleida, 1966), whose ID series will be shown at the end of the year at MNAC in Barcelona, and Ola Kolehmainen (Helsinki, 1966) will not be missing; both artists are currently working on new projects. Painter Yago Hortal (Barcelona, 1983) will present his monographic book edited by SENDA Ensayo and a series of large-format paintings with which he inaugurates a new formal turn; some of these works have been part of Hortal’s solo show at the Vila Casas Foundation (Barcelona).

Following the success of the solo show at ARCOmadrid 2020 by Brazilian artist Túlio Pinto (Brasilia, 1974), who has joined the gallery’s roster, we will present one of his most recent sculptures. Our proposal also includes a series of small-format works on paper by EVRU/ZUSH (Barcelona, 1946), an artist who returned to the national art scene last year with the exhibition “Volver a Ser” (SENDA gallery, 2020), after more than eight years of absence. Madrid-based Cuban artist Glenda Leon (Havana, 1976), after participating in the TEDIUM video art group exhibition at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, made up of SENDA artists and the solo show Music of Forms at the MEIAC in Badajoz, will be present with a conceptual work from the series “Every Form is a Form of Time” (2020). We will also have the presence of a new artist, the American Donald Sultan (Asheville, 1951), with a large-format painting. He has just inaugurated his first solo exhibition at SENDA gallery.

Following our previous participations in ARCOmadrid, we will propose to expand our stand with an adjacent space dedicated to an artist’s project, which this year will be dedicated to Carla Cascales.

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