Until 22 May 2005

23 Spanish contemporary artists joined forces for this commemoration of the 2004 Madrid train bombings. Rafael Canogar captured the spirit of the exhibition, calling it "an open wound a memorial to the atrocity and the wrongful aggression". The works on display include a collection of photographs by Francesc Torres ("El otro lado de la imagen" "The other side of the picture"), a sculpture by Alberto Corazn ("Para no olvidar" "Lest we forget"), and a mosaic of 10,000 photos by Joseph Guinovart and Joan Fontcuberta ("La utopa puede ser una realidad" "Utopia can be a reality"). Admission is free.

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Address Complejo el guila (Sala de Exposiciones del Edificio D), 3 Ramrez de Prado, Arganzuela, Madrid. Open Mon - Sat 11.00 to 19.00, Sun and holidays 11.00 - 14.00. The closest metro station is Palos de la Frontera.

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"Arte Solidario"

Complejo el guila (Sala de Exposiciones del Edificio D), 3 Ramrez de Prado, Arganzuela, Madrid. Open Mon - Sat 11.00 to 19.00, Sun and holidays 11.00 - 14.00. The closest metro station is Palos de la Frontera.