Promoted jointly by five galleries, Nueveochenta (Colombia), Arróniz (Mexico), Sturm Schober (Germany & Austria), NF/NIEVES FERNÁNDEZ (Spain), and Galerie Sator (France) no place world tour, the 4th edition of no place, will occur from January till august 2024, with curated exhibitions in Madrid, Bogota, Ciudad de México, Wien and Paris, Romainville.

no place is an experimental platform for the exhibition of contemporary art. It aims to generate new experiences for the public via an alternative production model. Emphasizing the fundamental role of promotion carried out by the galleries, no place operates under a collaborative system, so that the tools, teams and resources of each member are available to others, in a collective effort to produce and finance events where the focus of attention rests completely on the artists’ work, while the galleries benefit from the exchange of intangible assets.

In this sense, it is an unprecedented experiment, and one with which the galleries seek to contribute to the transformation of an established reality as typically sought by all agents linked to the art world.

Taking its name from Thomas More’s utopian “no place”, into which he projects the organization of an ideal society, no place adopts a gesture of radical imagination to pursue the realization of a space in which the experience of art and the commercial potential of the event balance one another. At the same time, it is a nomadic project, since each edition will be held in a different city and space.

For the 4th edition, no place will celebrate its more ambitious project: no place world tour.

Starting in Paris, no place world tour will open January 14th at Galerie Sator in Komunuma, with an exhibition curated by Raphael Denis including one artist among the artists represented by the galleries of no place.

Following this idea, this will be the first of five exhibitions held in five different countries along 2024.

no place world tour:

Galerie Sator, Paris, Romainville
Curated by Raphael Denis. January 14th, 2024
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Curated by Pipo Hernández Rivero. April 18th, 2024
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Nueveochenta, Bogotá
Curated by Fernando Uhía. June 13th, 2024
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Arróniz, Ciudad de México
Curated by Mauro Giaconi. July 6th, 2024
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Sturm & Schober, Ciudad de México
Curated by Thomas Gänszler. September 13th. 2024
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