NO ONE WANTS TO BE PART OF A FICTION, AND EVEN LESS SO IF THAT FICTION IS REAL

Andrea Nacach

  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • No one wants to be part of a fiction,  and even less so if that fiction is real
  • DaisyWorld/ Món de margarides, 2011. Video-object, 5 channels, 17 min. 35 x 45 x 13,5 cm
  • Familia II, 2007. Photographic object. 21,5 x 27 x 4 cm
  • Familia II, 2007. Photographic object. 21,5 x 27 x 4 cm
  • DaisyWorld/ Món de margarides, 2011. Video-object, 5 channels, 17 min. 35 x 45 x 13,5 cm
  • DaisyWorld/ Món de margarides, 2011. Video-object, 5 channels, 17 min. 35 x 45 x 13,5 cm
  • Paloma, 2001. 31 photographs on slide, perspex and spices. 6 x 8 2 cm
  • Siete ambientes, 2000-2007. Cibachrome photograph, mounting board and natural cotton thread
  • Séptimo piso, 2006. 10 digital prints on Hahnemühle paper. 51 x 64 cm
  • Nadie quiere ser parte de una ficción y menos aún si esa ficción es real, 2011. Pantone chart of translucent stickers and letraset. 66 x 50,7 cm
  • Un padre/ Un socio, 2011. 2 digital prints on Hahnemühle paper. 60 x 70 cm

Release

"No one wants to be part of a fiction, and even less so if that fiction is real" is the title of an exhibition that brings together the latest works by Andrea Nacach (Buenos Aires, 1975).

Presented as a conversation between different projects, a dialogue articulated through five thematic guidelines—the passage of time, the disappearance of private and social memory, displacement and its losses, the array of family imaginaries and the house as a receptacle for identity—the exhibition explores the conflicting feelings that arise when we observe our life and sense that it doesn’t quite belong to us.

The long title is not only a leitmotif that links the various works made in a range of media, including book-objects, photographs and videos, but also bears witness to the difficulty to capture an existence that is both familiar and strange, at once hers and of others, that cannot be understood either by the tools of fiction or by the rigors of reality.

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Andrea Nacach

Past Exhibitions 2012 Top top

  • 21/10/2011
    NON SIAMO ANCORA STATI SALVATI
    Pietro Ruffo

    Tatiana Kourochkina Gallery, in collaboration with Paolo Maistri, presents the first solo show in Spain of Pietro…
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  • 21/06/2012
    THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE INVISIBLE
    Andrea Galvani William Lamson

    The Architecture of the Invisible brings together a set of photographic and audiovisual works…
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  • 19/04/2012
    UN VOYAGE IMMOBILE
    Helene Gerster

    Between mind and city

    Cross the threshold into the unexpected. Beyond this point lies…
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  • 19/01/2012
    KAC: ALBA & EDUNIA
    Eduardo Kac

    Tatiana Kourochkina Art Gallery is proud to present Quo Artis Foundation, created by the gallery to promote…
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  • 05/10/2012
    BEHIND THE PORTRAIT
    Group show

    Behind, Before and Around Portraiture

    Portraiture, like landscape, was much more than a traditional…
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Past Exhibitions 2011 Top top

  • 3/12/2010
    CONTIGUITY
    Santiago Rogado

    The work of Giacomo Santiago Rogado, eminently pictorial, consists of a study of contrasts; contrasts between the… Read ›

  • 28/04/2011
    NO ONE WANTS TO BE PART OF A FICTION, AND EVEN LESS SO IF THAT FICTION IS REAL
    Andrea Nacach

    "No one wants to be part of a fiction, and even less so if that fiction is… Read ›

  • 10/06/2011
    CTRL ALT HOME
    Hugo Orlandini

    Tatiana Kourochkina Art Gallery presents the latest works by Hugo Orlandini (1974), a Cuban artist based in… Read ›

Past Exhibitions 2010 Top top

  • 9/09/2010
    SCALE FEELING
    Vitaly Pushnitsky

    Tatiana Kourochkina Art Gallery presents the work of Vitaly Pushnitsky, a Russian artist who lives in St.…
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  • 3/06/2010
    PLAYING IN TIME OF CRISIS

    Derivart were born in 2004 in Barcelona, with the interest in exploring the intersection between…
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  • 12/05/2010
    S.A.D. CO THE BLIND CASTLE
    Tomás Ochoa

    With the exhibition S.A.D. Co The Blind Castle by Tomás Ochoa, Tatiana Kourochkina Art Gallery…
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  • 09/04/2010
    DES·UBICADOS
    Maider López Miguel Trillo Evru

    Tatiana Kourochkina Art Gallery presents Des·ubicados (Out of place) , show of photography, drawing, sculpture and video. In this selection…
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