Life is a carnival:
"Life is a Carnival" said Celia Cruz, and to speak about Carnival and life, three artists come to our program: Javier Ruibal, musician and poet, Juan Carlos Aragon, one of the leading figures of the Carnival of Cadiz, and the actress, singer and DJ
Vinila Bon Vismark. In addition, the Professor Ignacio Martín will be delving into the mysteries of the history.+
Fans & Idols:
Imaginaria receives the communicator and ex football player Michael Robinson, the actor Raul Arevalo and the musical duet Fangoria. With them we will talk about the fans and idols.
In this program we will discuss about the subversion, about the people who are against the system and attempts to tame power. For that we will have the theater group La Fura Del Baus, the actor Antonio Dechent and the Hip Hop group SFDK.
We will travel to the end of the last century to discover vital subversion of Silvio, a musician and singer, now deceased.+
Intelligent life in the rock and pop:
Today we have five musicians from different fields of popular music who are carriers of a discourse that transcends the artistic limits showing critic and creative art. There are Miguel Rios, Haze and J
from the group Los Planetas. We also go back to 1999 to reconnect with Enrique Morente who left us last year and he was in a wonderful creative moment.+
The importance of appearances:
Today we'll talk about appearances, masks and monstrous or beautiful faces that lie behind them. We are accompanied by Almudena Grandes, Alex O Dogherty and Zahara. Also we will recover the
interview that we did to Professor Roman Gubern who reviewed monsters and modern myths.+
The first program of Reporter of history tells five separate stories but significant for understanding the contemporary world: the expulsion of the Moors, by Manuel Lomas . The book "Spain, a new history " written by the historian José Enrique Ruiz-Domènec. The letters of the French ...
condemned to death during World War II collected in the book of Krivopissko Guy, 'Living on death'. The painting 'A French Cuirassier' (1813) by José de Madrazo, which can be seen in the Museum Prado and the history of lighthouses, especially the Tower of Hercules in A Coruña.+
In the second program of 'Reporter of history', Jacinto Anton explains two historical events of our country: the 1040 shelters in Barcelona during the Civil War and the Museum of Memory of Andalusia in Granada. Also, he visits the heart of the Center for Humanities and Social Sciences in Madrid and
he interviews its director Eduardo Manzano Moreno.+
In this program we go back in time 2,800 years to discover the strength of Iberian Vilars in Lleida, a spectacular fortress protohistoric unparalleled in Europe as interesting as unknown. In addition, we embarked with the "Pacific Scientific Commission," a commitment to the development of science ...
in the nineteenth century Spain, in the manner of the great naturalists of the time travel, aimed to collect material for Spanish museums . Finally, the historian Miguel Artola opens the doors of his house to Anton Jacinto to discuss key issues of historiographical work.+
Anton Jacinto reveals Menorca to commemorate the British occupation and reviews the history of Europe . Also, he accompanies Albert Espuche in Barcelona talking about the town of Born. Finally, we review the book of Martin de Riquer " Spanish errant knights."
This chapter is dedicated to the Great Galleons and to the Tartesos.
In this chapter we talk about the false history of Plumbeos books of Granada.
Mary Nash reviews the role of women throughout history. Narcis Monturiol explains us the submarine world. Finally, we review the figure of the Count-Duke of Olivares by Velázquez.
XVII century, a dark episode starring by a Basque whaling expedition in Iceland and which finished in a terrible murder. The reality of the Spanish industrial colonies in XIX and XX centuries, an attempt to improve but with mixed results. And we interview the historian Riquer Borja,who after his latest book has a fascinating conversation on new
contributions to the study of Franco figure.+
This chapter is dedicated to the bicentennial commemoration of the Cortes of Cadiz.
In this chapter we descend to the underground labyrinth of prehistoric mines of Gava. They are the first miners in Europe. Also, we get to know the history of tobacco in Spain coming from America in the sixteenth century.
Finally, the master of the historical novel, Jesus Maeso de la Torre talks about the boundaries
between fiction and reality, history and imagination, story and narrative, and historical accuracy that supports their creations.+
Two great characters focus our attention: Malaespina and Vicens Vives. The first, a great scientist and politician, the second a brilliant intellectual. In "stories to read" we make a tour on the XX century through the music.
With Jacinto Anton we will travel to two sites that hide very different very special stories. In the house of Dar al Horra, we discover the last days of the Nazari Kingdom of Granada. We travel to Ibiza, an island that became in the thirties a haven for European intellectuals between the wars.
The story of a city, Tarragona, and of some people, the Asturian immigrants to America in search of fortune, focus our attention.The Professor Sanchez Palencia teaches us about a little-known discipline, however, very interesting: archeology of landscape . In our history to se we will have to Goya and the family of the Infante Don Luis.
Poetry is the backbone of the program, We will analyze the life of Antonio Machado in Soria and how the land influenced in the poet. Today we discover the Alhambra poetry in Granada.
This program focuses on on the history of Leon on the occasion of its eleventh centenary.
Program report about the street culture. We meet Miguel Brieva, self-funded artist in his beginning, which raises a poignant reflection on the economic system. Will also address the "architecture legal" of Santiago Cirugeda who exploits loopholes in the law to build in roofs and plots. We will also see the work of "Niño de las Pintiras" a graffiter,
located in Granada that combines poetry and prose graffits in more than 2,000 works spread throughout the world. And we will talk about the Trisexual Band, a band that writes lyrics cynical about society, playing with the queer-style.+
In Chapter 2, we will have Saray Pavon, who will give us her particular poetic vision of society. In the walls of Valencia we will witness the reivindication of Escyf to democratize and make accessible the artistic expression. From the north, comes the voice of a critical valley, Valentin, a sheperd from a rural environment, he will give us his point of view
about the world. John Otazu will show us a way of life, an art form, to the limit. In this chapter we also go back on time thousands of years to see how on the streets of Greece was born a group that preached a very different social behavior. They were the Cynics. They had a radical idea of freedom, making continuous criticism of the traditions and modes of social life.+
In this chapter , Rorro Berjano speaks of gods and beliefs of actual society. Javier Abarca gives us the keys to understand urban art and María Cañas shows her worldview expressed through the video. We have also talked to Esther Ferrer on her work that is recognized worldwide. We also traveled to New York to see the reconstruction of the space of
Isidro Blasco in our historical journey, we review the situationism.+
With Visa for the Street takes us on this occasion, to discover the unique vision of artistic Fernando Baena. Valencia's walls are the canvas of an artist who solves the world's ills on the basis of strips: ON-LY. Furthermore, we are introduced by Tamara Arroyo at the Wonderland, which for her is the Madrid neighborhood Legazpi.
The collective Basurama, meanwhile, shows the back of the consumer society through the waste it generates. Finally, our historic journey takes us back three centuries to discover the vocation rupture of Romanticism.+
In Chapter 6 of "With Visa for the Street" Rodrigo Villas will add color to our streets. Peter Eurrutia show us his particular concept of salvation and Albert Peter will change his study for the streets to show his works. With the collective 'Okupen las ones' we will discover a new field of communication and television. In our piece of history will be
impressed by the Mexican muralists. Finally Angel Orensanz will open the doors to his synagogue.+
In Chapter 7 of With Visa for the Street, we speak with Dustan Shepherd, an artist originally from New York and based in Barcelona that uses all kinds of materials to create his pieces. In the same city, we find Benintende Salvatore, creator of TVBoy, a Manga-inspired character, which will give us his colorful outlook on life. "We are QQ" is a group
of consists of Vincent and Ussue, they talk about the axis work-family-hobbies. Zoer, meanwhile, leaves his particular testimony of urban art by following the guidelines of the Old School. In New York, Gema Alava talks about his work in the city. Finally, our journey through time leads us to discover the Fluxus group.+
In Chapter 8, Rachel Sakristán will become an important figure in the streets of Madrid, where she mixes influences from African painting and stories . "Ya tú sabes " will be responsible for showing a unique style, using the technique of Stencil. We will travel to New York with David Pantaleon, a `pictures hunter ' which includes in his camera everything
which crosses in his way, making them stories . The group Derivart make projects for ordinary people uniting disciplines as diverse as art, technology and finance.
In our journey through the diverse artistic cultures in time, we will be today with the Yippies, a movement who knew to take advantage of the media in the sixties as a propaganda weapon. Finally, we will be with Zeta1970 one of the mythical characters of the history of the Spanish Graffiti.
In Chapter 9, , e1000ink will own the city furniture, using it as a canvas on which to give life to his works. In Barcelona, Andrea Michaelsson, a member of BTOY will fill the city streets to shape the look of mid-century women with Stencil technique. Another group, All For the Praxis, will be starring in the urban art scene, carrying out
research of the public use of public space. In this program, we discover the true meaning of polypoetry, with the help of the Catalan group Polipoètics Accidents. Japanese Gutai movement, classicism stunning break mid-twentieth century, making use of the performance. Finally, we will travel to Seville, where a group of artists use a popular market in the city as a setting for interventions.+
In Chapter 10, Rallito X characters invite us to make a second reading about beauty. Josep Maria Martin leaves the traditional format creating art critic. In Madrid. Plaza Letras Lyrics is a project which studies public space as space consumption. We travel in time from the hand of Viennese Actionism. Finally, we will be with Zemos 98 a cultural group
that every year celebrates a festival in Seville.+
In Chapter 11, we can see the work that Daniel Canogar has done in the day of the European Commission in Brussels.. Zosen will give us critical insight and colorful society. In the Society works Dos Jotas, he is reusing urban space to give it new meanings. We also will travel to Madrid neighborhood of Tetuan. Tetuan Fotoacción, the
group, will talk to us about gentrification. Finally the Menstrual Blood group will talk about the female body as a space for political action. Our historical journey will be dedicated this time to the Tijuana Bibles.+
This time we will be with Suso 33 one of the pioneers of graffiti in our country. In Galicia Alavista Study was commissioned to decorate the viaduct San Pedro de Mezonzo. Iñaki Larrimbe proposes us alternative tourism in the streets of Madrid. We'll talk about Allan Kaprow, the inventor of the Happening. Finally, the group Democracy will show
other art dedicated this time to the political scene.+
In Chapter 13, 3TTMAN will fill of color the streets of Madrid with his three-headed character. The group A Happy Quarter will, among other actions, defend the right of the citizens of Lavapies to not be recorded on the street. Miguel Angel Gallardo, one of the creators of the legendary Makoki, will present his autobiography . The Beat Generation will show
the rebellion patent mid-twentieth century. Finally, Casas Viejas a social organization for the occupation of the houses in the center of Seville city center, will give us his views on the activities of the center, now closed.+
In Chapter 14, Tom 14, with his colors through the streets is demanding r "more love". The Cultural Collective Migrantas uses the street to capture the experiences of immigrants, creating an iconography. The famous writer Alberto Gonzalez Vazquez with his blog "Dear Antonio" invites the viewer to the criticism of the society in which we
live. The Collective Collateral Damage creates a reflection of the individual before the art-political dichotomy. The Ultraism was a cultural movement born in Spain that had more impact worldwide. Finally, with the help of Spock, we will learn the evolution of graffiti, from the street to the gallery.+
In Chapter 15, the Museum of Urban Art Urban held the first of festival in its birthplace, Coruña, where for three months they were in charge of making art available to everyone. For Manuel León painting is a way to carry out social criticism. The collective diffuser, creator of the Open Gallery, defends the right to communicate to all citizens. Adorno and
Horkheimer reflect on the impact of new Media in the art in the mid-twentieth century. Finally, Núria Mora defends the importance of work in the street, sharing with the public and life filled with forgotten places.+
In Chapter 16, El Tono is a French artist who lived in Spain for over 10 years and he has laid the foundations of our postgraffiti. Kid Chalao fills with color and dream people the streets of Madrid . Miquel Noguera, with his particular humor, will present his so-called "ultrashows". Daniel Cuberta is an insatiable creator of videos that invite
reflection. The Arte Povera, born in Italy in the mid-twentieth century using waste materials. Finally we meet Victor Quintanilla an artist of prodigious hands capable of giving life to tons of scrap metal.+
In Chapter 17, we will present the Urban Arts in Madrid, which celebrates its second edition bringing together many top urban artists in the world. David Pielfort is a creator of texts able to mix in his works of social issues and art collective.
The Lunchbox Workers uses sarcasm as a means of expression in all itsworks. The artists of Live Art,
an artistic trend of the last quarter twentieth century, used their own body as a means of expression. Finally, we meet Remed, a multifaceted French artist, who paints in the street as the purest form of art that exists.+
In Chapter 18, The Seville Platform Sound celebrates its second edition , they fill with melodies the streets of Seville to conmemorate the European Day of Music. We will be with Nano8414 a Galician artist for whom the street has become his livelihood. The Crab Pistolero is the name of a Sevillian publisher completely dedicated to the dissemination
of polypoetry.. We travel in time to see the artistic movement known as Bad Painting. Finally, we meet Seleka, one of the most active graffiter.+
In Chapter 19, we will visit Parsec, and its particular ecological cycle: pick up trash from the street and returned transformed into art. Ruben Barroso is a performer, not only for his actions in life, but rather because for his life is an action. More Amore is a graffiter that works in the south, and along with another artist, Seleka, they try to make viable an
urban art gallery. Also a classic Spanish streets: Neko. Our historical journey takes us to the beginning of the transition and the Underground Comics, with special emphasis in Barcelona.+
Fragile-Ruin are the names for a very special artist, for which all matter is susceptible to becoming art , as necessity. With Axel Void we will discover the darker side of the street and the shadows that inhabit it. We will travel later to a magic house, which despite having changed their place , they have not changed the spirit: "The courtyard
Wonderland". Finally we get to know about the Breakdance pioneer in Spain: Freezerockers. Our journey through time, brings us back to the sixties to meet with one of the first feminist groups: Witch.+
Zosen, Suso, Rodrigo Villas, International situationist.