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Rebecca Partridge, “In the Daytime”
10.09.11 - 01.11.11

The CCA Andratx is pleased to present the new exhibition by British artist Rebecca Partridge (1976). The CCA Gallery houses a selection of intimate landscapes inspired by the mountains that surround the building and which have been made in response to her stay at the CCA Artist-in-Residency Program.

Henrik Saxgren, “Unintended Sculptures”
10.09.11 - 11.03.12

CCA Andratx is pleased to host the surprising show of photographs authored by the internationally renowned photographer Henrik Saxgren (1953, Denmark). The CCA Gallery presents a selection of the successful exhibition "Unintended Sculptures", which was shown in 2009 at the National Museum of Photography and Martin Asbaek Gallery, both in Copenhagen.

The CCA Collection 2001 – 2011. 10 years of Residency Program
10.09.11 - 04.03.12

September 21st marks the 10th Anniversary of the CCA Andratx. To celebrate this event, the CCA KUNSTHALLE is proud to make a presentation of its unique collection. Made over 10 years from donations by the more than 300 international artists who have participated in the Artist-in-Residence program, the CCA Collection is also an interesting reflection of artistic trends of contemporary European art of the last decade.

14.07.11 - 01.09.11

Group Show curated by Andréa Holzherr.

Artists: Mac Adams (1943/UK), Tina Born (1963/DE), Baptiste Debombourg (1978/FR), Wolfgang Ellenrieder (1959/DE), Hanne G (1963/DK), Philippe Gronon (1964/FR), Crispin Gurholt (1965/NOR), Anneè Olofsson (1965/SW), Philippe Perrin (1964/FR), Joachim Schmid (1955/DE), Yves Trémorin (1959/FR), Veronika Veit (1968/DE), Marcelo Viquez (1971/UR), Petra Warrass (1970/DE) & Brigitte Zieger (1959/DE)

OLIMPIA VELASCO "In non-places "
29.09.11 - 11.03.12

Opening Thursday 29 September at 7 pm

ESPAI CCA is pleased to present the new exhibition of the artist resident in Palma de Mallorca, Olimpia Velasco (Madrid, 1970). Graduated in Fine Arts by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid in 1997, Olimpia is a very versatile artist whose work spans multiple languages such as installation art, drawing, painting, sculpture and performance.

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