The XI edition of the Lanzarote Art Biennial kicks off with the inauguration of the exhibitions 'Hidden Assets', 'Archaeological Museum of the Revolt' and 'Monument to the Darkness', the first of an extensive and rich program that will last until March 2023.
Curated by Adonay Bermúdez, from Lanzarote, this edition of the Lanzarote Art Biennial stands out for its social and political story in defense of the people and citizen rights. In addition, it addresses themes and discourses linked to social commitment and dissident practices such as migratory flows, historical memory, and art and women, which are also the central axes of its programming.
The collective exhibition 'Hidden Goods' and 'Museo Arqueológico de la Revuelta', by Avelino Sala, will remain housed at the MIAC – Castillo de San José until next November 7.
Monument to darkness, by Eugenio Merino and Miguel G. Morales, for its part, can be visited in the Hermitage of Tías until October 15.