The cutting edge for presenting an interference.Here is the genuine Flávio Pons in his studio, you can see the original ‘flush’ hole for the bitcoin.

IF you haven’t got the private joke yet… The concept of denial, the role of, a lower ‘compartment’ called back again when desired. Flávio Pons argues convincingly: “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” ― C.G. Jung

Cláudio Goulart, ‘Gladiators of the Future’, 1980, GALERÍA JOSÉ DE LA MANO

Photographic series produced together with the artist Flávio Pons.

Flávio PonsPop remake produced together with the artist Vera Chaves Barcellos.



EtxA.R.T. photographed this iconic photo, a view of his footprint in the “Out of Limbo” soil, as part of an experiment to study the nature of “Out of Limbo” dust and the effects of pressure on the surface during the historic last manned “Art Santa Mònica” landing in March 15, 2018 19:19pm ET

Credit: Carlost PaZoss

The first footprints put on the “Out of Limbo” will probably be there a long, long time — maybe almost as long as the “Out of Limbo” itself lasts.

‘Electric & distant’

Photography and perception through the nose.
A selection of 87 works to relate the language of photography and perception through the nose.

Electric and Distant. colección olorVISUAL Contemporary Photography

‘Electric and distant’ is an expression used by the perfumist Ernesto Ventós to evoke a smell associated with one of the works that make up colección olorVISUAL, one of the singularities of which lies in the relation of the senses of sight and smell.

Electric and Distant is also the title of this exhibition, which, with a selection of 87 works by some of the most prominent contemporary photographers from this country and internationally, sets out to relate the language of photography and perception through the eyes and the nose.

The grouping of the photographs has been made on the strength of aesthetic and conceptual affinities, in many cases complemented with olfactory notes, which intermittently accompany us throughout the entire itinerary. In the exhibition we can also read the short texts, phrases and aphorisms with which the artists comment on the olfactory sensations that each of their works provokes.

This collection, begun in 1978 and baptized by the poet and artist Joan Brossa, aims to teach us how to smell by way of art and how to look by way of smell. For this show, the perfumist Ernesto Ventós has created an essence linked to the history of Tecla Sala, from its industrial past as a factory producing cotton yarns to its present, filled with art, books and culture.


  • The seat
    Centre Cultural Tecla Sala
  • Dates
    January – May 2018
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