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1 March - July
Jesús Placencia
This mural is intended to present the vision of the world that comes from collectively combining the individual visions of the participants.
26 - 28 April
Painter, photographer and choreographer VA Wölfl is an emblematic figure in the German dance world, and his NEUER TANZ company has been at the cutting edge of art since the 1980s.
10 and 11 May
Advanced Asian Music Festival
The aim of the first festival of advanced Asian music, FAN NAVES, is to open the ears, eyes and minds of the audience to present - without the contamination of the West.
27 May - 2 June
Gian Maria Annovi
The Italian poet and essayist Gian Maria Annovi is one of the most interesting voices of new Italian poetry.
30, 31 May and 1 June
Stéphane Gladyszewski
Corps Noir is a choreographed self-portrait of the artist Stéphane Gladyszewski, a scenic work of art in which his body, the objects he has at hand and the images projected on them awaken new emotions.
7 June
Brazilian band Liniker e os Caramelows will bring black and soul music to Naves Matadero in a performance with impressive staging.
14, 15 and 16 June
In 1999, twelve artists gathered together under the name Circo Interior Bruto in a self-managed space in Lavapiés to devote themselves body and soul to multi-directional, independent and autonomous creative research within the field of performance art, experimental theatre, polypoetry, happenings, and action art.
21 - 30 June
Miguel Bonneville
Through his intimate performance art pieces, drawings, photographs, videos, musical compositions and artist’s books, Portuguese artist Miguel Bonneville offers us a journey through his autobiographical stories that focus on the deconstruction and reconstruction of identity.
28, 29 and 30 June
This new proposal for Café Naves Matadero is born from a reconfiguration of cabaret, taking its irreverent spirit and political character in relation to queer culture and turning it into a meeting place where the performers alter, question and sabotage their own identity, using their bodies as the only scenic space.
28, 29 and 30 June
Chen Chieh-jen
Taiwan’s Chen Chieh-jen is one of the most important Asian artists on the international contemporary art scene. Present at the most important art biennials such as Sao Paulo (1998) or Venice (on two occasions, 1999 and 2005), his visual work offers a critical reflection on the strategies of power.
5, 6 and 7 July
Miguel Bonneville
A performance by Miguel Bonneville with only one person in the audience at a time (by appointment). The rooftop house will become an intimate space, a possible refuge, a flight from our family homes.
12, 13 and 14 July
Hiroaki Umeda
Hiroaki Umeda is a choreographer and multidisciplinary artist acknowledged as one of the most important figures on the Japanese avant-garde scene.
18, 19 and 20 July
Philippe Quesne - Nanterre Amandiers
Seven moles digging their burrows have landed on the stage of a theatre. Seven moles living together, a utopia for a supposedly solitary animal. 
Koichi Shimizu is one of Thailand’s most important sonic artists, with a style that we might describe as a mix of electronics with industrial and experimental sounds.
The latest creation of  Mikolaj Bielski is this interdisciplinary scenic project based on the crisis of values in this contemporary Europe of refugees and terrorism.
[ la dalia negra ] + Bridge Markland + Marta Izquierdo united to reconfigurate the idea of cabaret.
This is a cooperative project between six festivals and cultural organisations in the European Union (France, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Estonia).