Fifteen Andorran artists of a variety of ages and backgrounds explore the positive and negative impacts that the pandemic has had on our society.
The new exhibition at the Escaldes-Engordany Centre of Art (CAEE), titled Pandores 20.21, introduces visitors to a selection of works that serve as testimony to the impacts of the ongoing pandemic, as viewed from a female perspective. The works on display are by artists of different ages and were all created during this extraordinary period. Using a variety of techniques and media, they offer personal reflections on the themes of isolation and fear, as well as more positive aspects such as solidarity.
The exhibition offers visitors to the CAEE an opportunity to enjoy works by Mònica Armengol, Yolanda Blanco, Lluïsa Casas, Mayte Estévez (Vitriòlics), Carol Garrido, Sílvia Guillem, Maite Luque, Daniela Martins, Carme Massana, Antònia Miralles, Natàlia Montané, Fiona Morrison, Emma Regada and Yolanda Sanmarcos.
Location and date: Escaldes-Engordany Centre of Art (CAEE) until 22 May 2021.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Entry is free.
A variety of activities have been planned in relation to the exhibition. Places are limited and must be booked in advance by calling (+376) 802 255 or writing to email@example.com.
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Centre d’Art (CAEE)
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