REVIEWS

/ HELENA TATAY
Nancy Holt’s “Holes of Light”

PARRA & ROMERO, Ibiza

View of Nancy Holt’s “Holes of Light,” Parra & Romero, Ibiza, 2017.
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Helena Tatay

Nancy Holt’s works seem to be camouflaged in the hangar that hosts her Ibiza exhibition at Parra & Romero. This sense of spaciousness is relevant to Holt’s practice, who remains best known for her site-specific earthworks. Like many artists of the 1960s and ’70s, Holt was critical of the gallery... continue reading
Luis Camnitzer’s “Dibujos”

PARRA & ROMERO, Madrid

Luis Camnitzer, El Cuaderno Rayado, 2012/2016.
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Helena Tatay

The first paradox one encounters in Luis Camnitzer’s exhibition at Parra & Romero in Madrid is the apparent contradiction between its title, “Dibujos” [Drawings], and its content, two installations titled El Cuaderno Rayado [The lined notebook] and Dibujos en el Agua [Drawings on water]. Exhibited in separate gallery spaces, each... continue reading
View of Rosa Barba's "Thoughts of Sorts," Parra & Romero, Madrid, 2016.
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Helena Tatay

Everything is in motion in the main room of Rosa Barba’s exhibition at Parra & Romero, Madrid. The mechanical buzz of film projectors is broken by the tack-tack of a slowed-down typewriter and the purr of an engine that rhythmically bursts out. Dimly illuminated by their own light, four mobile... continue reading

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