14 may, 2020 - 24 may, 2020
Taking Care of Ourselves: For a Hospitable Museum
Special online programme. International Museum Day 2020
This special programme, organised in conjunction with International Museum Day, melds the lines of work developed by the Museo Reina Sofía with the contours of a timeline of interventions which places care and the sustainability of life as an inescapable ethical priority. Taking Care of Ourselves is an ongoing action about ourselves and others, a proposal with which to put forward initiatives to question this emergency present.
14 may, 2020 - 24 may, 2020
Reunión: Lengua o muerte (Meeting: Language or Death)
In mid-March of this year, Zelko had planned to carry out a series of actions and presentations in Madrid in collaboration with Museo Situado, a network made up of different collectives and associations from Madrid’s Lavapiés neighbourhood, and the Museo Reina Sofía.
Wednesday, 11 and Thursday, 12 March 2020
The New Reaction. Antidotes and Synergies 1
Feminisms and Intersectional Alliances Opposite Hate as Politics
The existence of political and cultural forces which seem to be handed down from fascism and historical extreme right movements are today a tangible reality. These forces call into question the continued existence of consolidated emancipatory conquests after centuries of struggle.
Wednesday, 25 March 2020 – 7pm
José María García de Paredes, 1924-1990
The Museo Reina Sofía and Fundación Arquia present a monographic exhibition on architect José María García de Paredes (Seville, 1924 – Madrid, 1990), in a contribution which aims to disseminate and promulgate Spanish contemporary architecture.
Tuesday, 17 and Wednesday, 18 March 2020 - 11am and 7pm
Juan Antonio Ramírez Chair: José Emilio Burucúa
Like a Bird, Hope Flies
The Museo Reina Sofía’s Juan Antonio Ramírez Chair invites art historian José Emilio Burucúa (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1946) to participate in its programme of master lectures. In this programme, via a seminar and a lecture, Burucúa, a tireless advocate of the humanities and with a perspective that is as erudite as it is imaginative, seeks to recover an historical discourse capable of revealing the way in which the core principles of civilisations.
Thursday, 5 March 2020, 6pm
Situated Voices 11
The Cost of Strawberries. Twenty-first-century Female Slaves
In a proposal by Red Solidaria de Acogida (The Refuge Solidarity Network), Museo Situado, a network of collaboration between different collectives from Madrid’s Lavapiés neighbourhood and Museo Reina Sofía, has organised this new edition of Situated Voices as part of the 8 March demonstrations.
Monday, 2 March 2020 - 7pm
The Invisible Cage
With 8M on the horizon, two key questions have led Bolivian artist, writer and activist María Galindo to develop a performance in the Museo: What are our horizons in feminist struggle? What or from where do we speak about when we are situated as feminists?
March – June 2020
Feminist Revolt in the Museum
This programme sees the Museo Reina Sofía bring together an ensemble of initiatives that will be held over the coming months (from lectures and workshops, exhibitions and digital projects, to guided tours and presentations of the Collection), encompassing the wide-ranging forms of feminist revolt present in our day-to-day.
From 25 to 27 February 2020
Alternative Musealities: Experiences and Dialogues
Ninth Encounter of Museums from Europe and Ibero-America
In conjunction with ARCOmadrid 2020, the Museo Reina Sofía has organised an encounter among different professionals from museum institutions, both in Europe and Latin America, in order to create synergies, promote institutional collaboration and set forth a critical reflection on the role museums must play in relation to the society that promotes them.
Thursday, 20 February 2020 - 6:30pm
Documents 15. Homage to Guy Schraenen
For Another Approach to Art History
The Documents programme, which explores the relationships between art and publishing, and other subjects that include the effects of archive on narratives of art history, the artist’s book and publishing as an artistic practice, pays homage in this edition to Guy Schraenen (1941–2018).
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 - 7pm
MONUMENT 0.7: M/OTHERS
In a dialogue with the exhibition Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives in France in the 1970s and 1980s, curated by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez and Giovanna Zapperi, Museo Reina Sofía presents Monument 0.7: M/Others (2019), by choreographer Eszter Salamon.
22 January - 16 February 2020
Images After the Implosion
The Museo Reina Sofía presents a retrospective on one of the vital artists and thinkers of our time: film-maker Jean-Luc Godard (1930). The series spotlights his twenty-first-century productions and his ventures into the potential of the digital image, where film is rewritten as a present-day art.
Thursday, 16 and Friday, 17 January 2020 - 7pm and 6pm
Emerging Knowledge 1
After the Event
After the Event focuses on the progression of the social uprisings that occurred between 2010 and 2013. From Turkey to Spain, Greece, Syria and Egypt, the locations of this unrest, the movements shook existing political systems and, at times, even brought them to their knees.
Thursday, 9 and Saturday, 11 January 2019 - 7pm
Interval 30. Isidoro Valcárcel Medina and Luis Deltell, and Juan Rodrigáñez
A Circumstantial Dialogue and Rights of Man
This new edition of the Intervals programme centres on two recent films which explore how to make cinema by experimenting with performance and with the role and purpose of the actor. The programme is made up of Un diálogo circunstancial (A Circumstantial Dialogue, 2019), the second film by artist Isidoro Valcárcel Medina, co-directed with film-maker and historian Luis Deltell, and Derechos del hombre (Rights of Man, 2018), a feature-length film by Juan Rodrigáñez, made in collaboration with a group of artists and performers.