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Exposició Puget

Opening: 27.05.16 - 7 pm

This exhibition is comprised of a series of images, developed and printed on photographic paper and which derive from the slides made by Narciso Puget Riquer during the 1960 – 70s and are part of the private collection of the artist´s daughters and heirs: Maria Asunción y Guillermina Puget Reig.
Puget Riquer took the majority of the images in Santa Eulalia del Río, where he lived together with his wife and two daughters at the time although he also took photographs in the city of Ibiza as well as various villages and hamlets on the island and on Formentera.
His family, the landscape and his friends were the main focus for his attention. However, in the exhibition we decided only to include the landscapes on the basis of a careful selection which would lead the viewer´s eyes towards the most sensitive aspects of his work which stress the light, its brightness, its contrasts and its intensity.
Through this exhibition we are able to familiarise ourselves with the seriousness and dedication of the artist towards photography in the latter years of his life in which his creative potential was channelled into his camera. In spite of always feeling that it was a pastime, it was a serious eye injury which led to him permanently losing his sight in his right eye which lead to his finding the ideal form of expression in photography which also was a form of relaxation for him of the strict regime of rigorousness required by painting.

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The MACE is pleased to announce the 4rd poetry readings cycle which will be held on the days 14, 15 and 16 in October, at 7.00 p.m., in the auditorium of the museum.
The poets who will take part are: Clara Janés (October 14nd), Juan Antonio González Iglesias (October 15th) and Enrique Juncosa (October 16th).

Coordinated and presented by Enrique Juncosa and Elena Ruiz.

Clara Janés

Clara Janés, (Barcelona,1940). Her degree course studies in Philosophy and Letters took place both there and in Pamplona. She also has a Master´s Degree from the Paris IV Sorbonne University in Comparative Literature.

Her specialist subjects covered, poetry, novel, biography and essays which led to her being recognised as a translator, in particular from the Czech language. In 1992 she was awarded the Tutav Foundation Award in Turkey for her work in promoting Turkish poetry in Spain. In 1997she received the National Translation award for her translation work.

In 2000 she was awarded the First Class Merit Medal in the Czech Republic for her work as a translator and promoter of Czech literature. In 2004 she received the Spanish Gold Class Fine Arts Merit Medal, in 2007 the Teresa de Ávila X Spanish Literature Award and in 2011 the Francisco Pino Experimental Poetry Award.

In 2015 she was elected a member of the Spanish Royal Academy of Language.

Her works of poetry include Kampa (1986), Rosas de fuego (1996), Diván del ópalo de fuego (1996), La indetenible quietud (1998), El libro de los pájaros (1999), Arcángel de sombra (1999), (Ciudad de Melilla Prize, 1998), Los secretos del bosque (Jaime Gil de Biedma Award, 2002), Huellas sobre una corteza (2005), Espacios translúcidos (2006 y 2007), Río hacia la nada (2010, XIV Ciudad de Torrevieja Prize), Variables ocultas (2010), Peregrinaje (2011), Orbes del sueño (2013), and Epsilon o el jardín de las delicias (Universidad de León Award, 2014); she has also published jointly with Jenaro Talens Según la costumbre de las olas (2013 being responsible for all of the illustrations with Talens responsible for the texts). Included among her essays are La palabra y el secreto (1999), María Zambrano. Desde la sombra llameante (2010), Libertad de laberinto. Las geometrías mentales de Rosa Chacel (2013), El Greco. Tres miradas: Cervantes, Rilke, Antonio López (with Sarantis Antíocos, 2014), Guardar la casa y cerrar la boca. En torno a la mujer y la literatura (2015) as well as the novels Los caballos del sueño (1989) and El hombre de Adén (1991). She is also the author of the biography La vida callada de Federico Mompou (City of Barcelona Prize, 1975), the volume of conversations with Antonio Gamoneda, De la realidad y la poesía (2010), the memoirs entitled Jardín y laberinto (1990) and La voz de Ofelia (2005) along with numerous visual and experimental poems.

Since 1983 she has taken part in national and international literary events and her poetry has been translated into more than twenty languages.

Juan Antonio González IglesiasJuan Antonio Gonzàlez Iglesias, (Salamanca, 1964) González Iglesias is a poet, translator and currently Professor of Classical

Philology at the University of Salamanca.With a doctorate in Classical Philology from the University of Salamanca, his literary education was completed in Florence and at the Paris Higher Institute of Social Sciences.

Included among his works of poetry are: La hermosura del héroe, Vicente Núñez Prize in 1993; Esto es mi cuerpo, Visor, 1997; Un ángulo me basta, Generation 27 International Poetry Award in 2002; and Eros es más, Loewe Foundation International Poetry Prize in 2007. His collected works of poetry were published in Del lado del amor: poesía reunida 1994 -2009. Ceci est mon corps, Prix des Découvreurs 2014, Circe, 2012 (Spanish and French bilingual edition of Esto es mi cuerpo). Confiado (XXXVI International Poetry Prize "Ciudad Autónoma de Melilla", Visor, 2015).

He has been a literary critic for the cultural supplements to the newspapers ABC and El País.

He has also translated Ovidio, Catulo, other Latin poets and James Laughlin.

Enrique JuncosaEnrique Juncosa (Palma de Mallorca, 1961) is a writer and curator.

He has published seven books of poetry, including “Amanecer zulú" (1986), " Libro del océano" (illustrated by Miquel Barceló, 1991) and " La destrucción del invierno" (2012). He has also published numerous essays on contemporary art and a book of stories: “Los hedonistas” (2014). In 2016 we will see his first novel appear.

He has also been deputy director of the IVAM and the Reina Sofía Museums, as well as director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin.



LOEWE, the Spanish luxury house, has signed a collaborative agreement with the Association of Friends of the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Ibiza, MACE, for the opening of a ´Summer Shop´ in the museum. The space will host the brand’s John Allen collection, inspired by the work of the British artist, along with a selection of Summer 2015 ready to wear.

The ´Summer Shop´, which will be open from 28 July through 6 September, reflects LOEWE’s desire to support MACE as part of the brand’s active engagement with art and culture. John Allen´s work is characterized by an extraordinary sense of colour and abstracted scenes of the British landscape, and is the starting point for the collection of accessories that he designed for the brand, alongside Jonathan Anderson, creative director of LOEWE. ´Falling Leaves´, ´Cornish Harbour´ and ´Pink House in Cumbria´ are the prints that have been reproduced on tote bags, canvas accessories, silk scarves, beach towels and other items. ‘John’s use of colour and the purity of his work translate perfectly to LOEWE, which stands for the very best in craft today,’ says Anderson.

LOEWE began as a cooperative of leather artisans in the center of Madrid in 1846, creating one of the world’s original luxury houses. Innovation, modernity and high-level craftsmanship have been hallmarks of the house from its beginnings to this day, In October 2013, Jonathan Anderson was appointed Creative Director. Under his helm, LOEWE reconfigures a 169-year-old legacy of craft and innovation to take it into the future.


MACEEl Museu d'Art Contemporani d'Eivissa (MACE) organiza la segunda edición del seminario de Cicerone, una acción formativa que brinda la información necesaria sobre los principales aspectos que se deben conocer para actuar correctamente como guía en los museos de la ciudad. El éxito alcanzado en la primera edición animó a los organizadores a proponer la puesta en marcha de la segunda, que mantiene el título de Cicerone pero que se centrará en el tema genérico o conceptual del viaje.

El seminario, diseñado y coordinado por el crítico de arte y comisario independiente de exposiciones, Aramis López, y la directora del MACE, Elena Ruiz Sastre, consta de cinco clases (la primera de las cuales comienza el 13 de noviembre) que se impartirán de 18 a 19 horas en el salón de actos del museo y cuya celebración se irá alternando los miércoles y jueves hasta el próximo día 27. El acceso al seminario, que ofrece un máximo de 45 plazas, es gratuito.

after the afterMACE are showing new works that merge and interplay with each other to create a direct and unique visual dialogue and collaboration between the two artists. This singular exhibition marks the first time Gordon and Rehberger have approached their practice in this manner. As well as forming an aesthetic conversation, the works can also be considered a direct comment upon each other’s practice, creating a documentation of their personal and artistic relationship.

The exhibition title, After the After, considers Ibiza’s status as an iconic place of hedonism, parties and decadence while examining the ‘after-point’ that occurs when this ultimately comes to an end, a time of emptiness and paranoia when one should not be left alone. The works in the exhibition range in media including film, painting, and sculpture and are situated both within the confines of the museum and displayed outside in the surrounding city environment.

El pasado 24 de octubre en la Sala de Actos del MACE, tuvo lugar la segunda sesión del 2º ciclo de lecturas poéticas con el poeta Francisco Brines. Coordinado y presentado por Enrique Juncosa, el ciclo finaliza este jueves 31 con una lectura a cargo del autor ibicenco Antoni Marí.

Francisco Brines (Oliva, Valencia, 1931) es poeta y ha sido también profesor universitario. Fue elegido miembro de la Real Academia en el 2001. Su primer libro fue Las brasas, premio Adonais en 1960. Le han seguido, entre otros, Palabras a la oscuridad, Premio de la Crítica en 1966; El otoño de las rosas, Premio Nacional  en 1986; o La última costa, Premio Fastenrath de la Academia en 1995. Se le considera uno de los poetas fundamentales de la llamada Generación de los 50, aunque en su caso en su obra domina el tono elegíaco sobre el social. En 1994 publicó un libro de ensayos, Escritos sobre la poesía española. Entre otros premios ha recibido más recientemente el Premio Nacional de las Letras por el conjunto de su obra poética en 1999 o en 2010 el Premio Reina Sofía de Poesía  Iberoamericana.

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