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PALLAY PAMPA. Andean Crossroads

With Carolina Estrada, Juan Osorio, Adela Pino/Isaac Ruíz/Álvaro Acosta, Kenyi Quispe, Emilio Santisteban and Daniela Zambrano Almidón Curated by Lizet Díaz Pallay Pampa is a Quechua term which describes the distribution of patterns on Andean textiles: the area of weave called Pallay symbolises what is said, while the area called Pampa symbolises what is yet […] Read More

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Emilio Santisteban: 我们都有吃饭的权利

Alle Bewohner dieser Erde berufen sich auf die Kartoffeln, die Gerste, den Hafer, den Weizen, die wilden und neuen Arten der Quinoa, Knollenfrüchte wie die Oka und die Papa Lisa, die Bohnen, Erbsen, und alle anderen Nutzpflanzen, die aus unserer Gegend stammen. Read More

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Viewing the world from multiple and plural perspectives, complicating and retelling it, has become a way of working that ifa Gallery Berlin uses to shape emancipatory processes, interactions, and artistic spaces.

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Since its founding in 1991, ifa Gallery Berlin has consistently and successively reported on the artistic practices emerging from tense political and social fragile territories.

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Untie to Tie exists in a state of organised chaos, rejecting a single voice and favouring polyphony. All the discussions that are thus generated will continue beyond the exhibitions and live events thanks to the media archive.

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