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anri sala, damián ortega, fernando ortega - el verano que nunca fue (ciac video collection)

Time and its perception is the starting point of the exhibition El verano que nunca fue, a review of the film collection of the Isabel and Agustin Coppel Collection (CIAC), which brings together pieces by Tacita Dean and Jonathan Monk (United Kingdom); Melanie Smith (UK/Mexico); David Hammons, Doug Aitken, Gary Hill and Diana Thater (United States); Miguel Rael (Spain); Shirin Neshat (Iran); Francis Alÿs (Belgium / Mexico); David Lamelas (Argentina); Pierre Huyghe (France); Mircea Cantor (Romania); Superflex (Denmark); Anri Sala (Albania), and Damián Ortega, Fernando Ortega, Mario García Torres and Mauricio Alejo (Mexico).

Curated by Ruth Estévez, and museography in charge of the architecture studio Productora, the exhibition alludes to 1816, when a large part of the planet was affected by a severe climate caused by the effects of a huge volcanic eruption in Indonesia that caused different environmental catastrophes, political and social.