Swab Barcelona has hit the equator of its first virtual edition and has welcomed visitors from all over the world to its virtual reality application. In order for you not to miss anything, we present an exclusive guide to the top 10 must-sees of Swab 2020:
Swab Barcelona 2020’s Program. The General Program, Swab Emerging and Swab Seed present galleries from all over the world in this extraordinary virtual edition.
Curated Sections. Swab Ephemeral, curated by Caterina Almirall, and Swab on Paper, curated by Carolina Díez-Cascón adapt their exhibit proposals to the digital format.
Special Programs. This year, Swab focuses on Asia, and presents, on the one hand, the Focus Korea program, featuring 4 korean spaces, and on the other hand, the South East Asian Video Box, showcasing videoart proposals by south east asian artists.
Insider’s Picks by Domenico de Chirico. The Selection Committee member shares with us his favourite works at the fair.
Insider’s Picks by Jérôme Pantalacci. The Selection Committee member shares with us his favourite works at the fair.
Insider’s Picks by Omar López-Chahoud. The Selection Committee member shares with us his favourite works at the fair.
Special spaces at the fair. In order for it to be as realistic as possible, the virtual edition of Swab 2020 welcomes special spaces such as The Music Corner by MIRA, featuring spotify lists made specially for the fair, Swab Kids, an interactive space for creative kids, and Flash Flash, an area where you will be able to order food from home.
Swab Radio by Art Super. This year, Swab partners with Art Super to launch a special coverage of the fair that highlights interesting, less-known facts about it. The collaboration features interviews with artists, conversation among gallerists, and special content for the visitor to get closer to our participants.
Swab Thinks. The fair maintains its series of talks and debates in a digital form, and presents an open dialogue with participants and collaborators of this edition.
3 processes 10 minutes. The Swab Ephemeral participants – Maria Alcaide, Eulalia Garcia Valls and Paula Bruna – share with us their creative process in ten minutes videos.