• The exhibition – Gupta’s first in Spain – on display at Centro Botín from 23 March to 8 September 2024, is an evocative presentation of her most recent work, in which voice and poetry flood the exhibition hall, to reclaim the existence of those who have been muted and blur the borders that limit the movement of individuals, goods or ideas.
  • Centro Botín features a new sound installation commissioned for the occasion. Listening Air is a shared listening space in which a set of suspended, rotating microphones will – relay protest songs that have resonated in diverse and faraway landscapes and communities throughout generations.
  • With Gupta, Centro Botín inaugurates its 2024 exhibition calendar, which will continue with visual scores by the Swiss artist Silvia Bächli (11 May) and the performative, humorous works of the Japanese artist Shimabuku (5 October).
  • Curated by Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz, Director of Exhibitions and the Collection at Centro Botín, the exhibition is accompanied by a publication, co-edited with La Fábrica, with texts from art historian and curator Rattanamol Johal, artist and poet María Salgado, the academic Pratap Bhanu Mehta and the curator herself.
  • In addition, Gupta in collaboration with Renata Cervetto leads the next Fundación Botín Art Workshop in Santander, inviting artists and art educators to participate in an intensive initiative – in the style of a residency – where they will live, reflect and create together

Centro Botín inaugurates its annual exhibition programme with I Live Under Your Sky Too, a solo exhibition dedicated to the renowned Indian artist Shilpa Gupta (Mumbai, 1976). From 23 March to 8 September 2024, visitors can discover this evocative presentation of her most recent work – her first solo show in Spain – where voice and poetry flood the second-floor exhibition hall of Centro Botín to reclaim the existence of those who have been muted and blur the borders that limit the movement of individuals, goods or ideas.

Artist, Shilpa Gupta, said: “The show looks at how we as individuals traverse visible and invisible expectations and impositions. It includes some new works in conversation with works from the past two decades, looking at mobility, persistence and risk of the body and speech”.

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