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CCA Andratx Photo 2018-04-18 11:34

In our Kunsthalle we are currently showing works by the talented danish photographer, Absalon Kirkeby. His pieces examines the automatics of watching and transforms this into an image. In this way the exhibition encourages great discussions about what you see, what I see - and how we see it.

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-04-17 17:00

Emerging artist Jakob Steen is currently part of our group show "A Passing". The incredible works have been created by the three danish artists, Jakob Steen, Kasper Eistrup and Karl Troels Sandegård%2C who were in recidence at the centre during the month of March.


CCA Andratx Photo 2018-04-14 16:08

We are very pleased to share this work by the young Danish artist Jakob Steen included in our current group show “A Passing”.
Steen’s approach to art is intuitive and spontaneous, emerging from a trance-like state and resulting in a free and transgressive painting expression.


CCA Andratx Photo 2018-04-13 16:03


We are pleased to remind you that our current group exhibition "¡Manos Arriba, Esto Es Un Atraco!" will be on view until April, 22nd.
Artists: Carsten Fock, Peter Krauskopf, Bastian Muhr and Tilo Schulz.

In collaboration with Jochen Hempel Gallery...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-04-10 11:40

We are pleased to share this view of our newest exhibition “A Passing” featuring the works of our Artists-in-Residence Kasper Eistrup, Karl Troels Sandegård and Jakob Steen.
#CCAndratx #APassing #CCAGallery #KasperEistrup #KarlTroelsSandegaard #TroelsSandegaard #JakobSteen #CCAArti...

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Thanks to Martin Breuninger and Mallorca Magazin for this interview with our March Artists-in-Residence Kasper Eistrup, Troels Sandegård and Jakob Steen who have left us with a beautiful exhibition "A Passing" on view until 08-07-18 in the CCA Gallery!

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-03-28 15:38

We are excited to share a view of our upcoming show’s setting up. “A Passing” encompasses the individual practices of our current Artists-in-Residence, Kasper Eistrup, Karl Troels Sandegård and Jakob Steen.
Here a peak to Kasper Eistrup’s setting.
Join us tomorrow for the opening from 7pm!

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-03-21 11:25

We are pleased to share this beautiful work on paper by Peter Krauskopf and currently taking part in the exhibition "¡Manos Arriba, Esto Es Un Atraco!" on view at the CCA Kunsthalle.

“Studien", 2017
Oil on paper / 40x30cm


CCA Andratx Photo 2018-03-20 18:02

We are pleased to share this beautiful work by the Dutch artist Bas van den Hurk.

I was thinkin’ about turquoise, I was thinkin’ about gold (For Marieke), 2017
Silkscreen and oil on silk / 150x120cm

#CCAndratx #BasVanDenHurk #CCAStudio #Art #Contemp...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-03-16 15:15

It is with pleasure that we share this work by the US artist Peter Demos created during his stay at the CCA Studios back in 2015 and which was included in the group show "Refill", together with the works by Robert Davis and Maximilian Schubert (curated by Julie Quottrup Silberm...

CCA Andratx Photo 2018-03-16 13:54

Among the works included in the current group show “NaNaNaNa”, we are pleased to share this painting by the German artist Daniel Grüttner.

"Other Side (Red and Green), 2018
Oil on cavas / 65 x 56 cm

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