• Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
  • Video–Régimen - Identity - 2015
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Vídeo–Régimen is an exhibition promoted by Loop Festival at the Lázaro Galiano Museum in Madrid, which sets to reflect on the importance of the gallery owner in the new regime of video art collecting. The display includes pieces by artists like Eulàlia Valldosera, Itziar Okariz, Bruce Nauman, Paul McCarthy or Ignasi Aballí, as well as a catalogue that gathers a series of conversations with the main collectors.

Loop Festival
2015

+ Rai Botey

Motion Graphics
David Galar

Photography
Borja Ballbé