Lerro gurutzatuak (crossed lines) shows analogies between contents of different origins. On the one hand, it presents a collection of popular local beliefs and traditions as well as a number of happenings or details associated with these. On the other, descriptions or illustrations of the works of (in most cases) contemporary artists ...

oier iruretagoiena

Rentería, 1988. Oier Iruretagoiena Arregi's work falls somewhere between sculpture, sound, and text. He received a Degree in Fine Arts from the UPV/EHU in 2011, and has shown individually in the CarrerasMugica Gallery (Bilbao, 2015), the Halfhouse Space (Barcelona, 2014), the Egia Cultural Centre (Donostia-San Sebastian, 2013), and the Montehermoso Cultural Centre (Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2011). In terms of collective exhibitions, he has recently participated in Cale, cale, cale! Caale!!!, which Juan Canela curated for Tabakalera (Donostia-San Sebastian, 2017); in Consonni's “LaPublika” (Bilbao, 2016); and in the Elba Benítez Gallery's Otzan exhibition (Madrid, 2016).

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