Pop Politics: Activisms at 33 Revolutions, curated by Iván López Munuera, raises a claim of specific political forms produced in pop music through contemporary art practices. The exhibition tenders, through the work of over 30 artists, to reflect over daily aesthetics, to discuss the viewer’s position, to vindicate diverse spaces where music is produced and socialized, to reconsider the “cover version” phenomenon and to highlight the specific communication forms of Pop culture, all to reformulate today´s extension and understanding of politics from the contemporary art side by means of performances, videos, photographs, drawings, comics, installations, concerts, paintings, songs and documentary films shown in the exhibition.
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