“Ingenios de hoy” with Caio Reisewitz and the relation between agricultural past and industry

(Castilla, Spain)

The Museum of Albacete is presenting, from June 23rd to August 28th, the individual show “Ingenios de Hoy” with Caio Reisewitz, curated by Oliva María Rubio.

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Caio Reisewitz and his contemporary glaze over Quixote’s land

In 2016, when we celebrate the fourth centennial of Miguel de Cervantes’ death, the international festival of photography and visual arts PHotoEspaña honors the memory of the writer with five exhibitions by Spanish and international photographers, including Brazilian artist Caio Reisewitz (São Paulo, 1967). Titled “Visiones de La Mancha” [Visions of La Mancha], the current edition of the festival happens for the first time in the Comunidad de Castilla – La Mancha, homeland of the famous Quixote and his windmills.

Caio Reisewitz presents at the Museum of Albacete the show “Ingenios de Hoy”, where he approaches the industrial potential of this community apparently anchored on its agricultural past. The artist has traveled over several cities of Comunidad, through its technology companies, astronomic centers, photovoltaic institutes, hydrogen centers, thermal power plants, and wineries with denomination of origin. The memories of such a journey include images the Airbus plant at Illescas, Toledo; the Astronomic Center at Yebes, Guadalajara; the National Center of Hydrogen and the Thermal Power Plant GICC at Puertollano, Ciudad Real – visions of a La Mancha in tune with the present and the future, searching for sustainable models of development.

“Ingenios de Hoy”, individual show with Caio Reisewitz
Curated by Oliva María Rubio
Opening: June 23rd
On view through: August 28, 2016

Museo de Albacete
Parque de Abelardo
Sánchez, s/n
02002 Albacete
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04.30pm– 7pm
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