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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.
21 - 30 June
Miguel Bonneville
Through his intimate performance 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. 
13 September - 20 October
Ximena y Sergio
Sobre blanco (On White) is the title of the exhibition by Ximena and Sergio, two of the most important photographers in the Spanish publishing world.
13 September - 31 March
Cecilio Castrillo
Cecilio Castrillo is able to show the darker side of human beings through his transgressive pieces of leather. Inspired by punk, science fiction and the horror films he devoured as a child, they have seduced such global stars as Beyoncé, Madonna and Marilyn Manson.
13 September - 31 March
Sadik Kwaish Alfraji is one of the great contemporary artists of the Iraqi diaspora and much of his work addresses the vulnerability of human existence and speaks of loss, exile, fragmentation and displacement.
13 September - 3 November
Photography Abel Loureda
This exhibition brings together more than fifty images of some of the moments that have occurred in the last seven editions of Acción!MAD, the first festival dedicated specifically to the Art of Action and Performance in Madrid that was created in 2003.
13, 14, 20, 21 y 22 September
Rosa Casado and Mike Brookes
For five days, in five different performance art pieces, Rosa Casado and Mike Brookes will dismantle each and every part of a second-hand car. A work that reflects on climate change.
27 - 29 September
Cie. Gilles Jobin & Artanim
In this 100% virtual dance piece, five members of the audience are immersed, together and in real time, in a virtual space.
27 September - 6 October
BAC MADRID #0
For ten days and in two rooms of Naves Matadero, BAC Madrid #0 will put on the work of the six honoured artists: Analívia Cordeiro (Brazil), La Ribot (Spain), Narcissister (USA), Nora Chipaumire (Zimbabwe), Tadasu Takamine (Japan) and Victoria Hunt (Australia).
27 September - 6 October
Núria Font
An installation located on the house on the roof of Nave 10 pays tribute to Núria Font, a pioneer of dance and new media who died in 2017 at the age of 59.
28 September - 6 October
Marisa Mantxola
Meneo is a community project and installation carried out with the collaboration of dozens of people who share the pleasure of dancing.
3 and 4 October
BAC MADRID #0
BAC Madrid #0 will bring together the honoured artists (one per continent) and the six curators who have chosen them, in four performative encounters and two dialogues. Two of these encounters can be seen in Naves Matadero.​​​​​​​
4 October - 1 November
Cristina Rodrigues
Cristina Rodrigues is one of the most important Portuguese plastic artists of her generation. Her work is governed by a simple aesthetic that floats between social ethnography, anthropology and sustainability.
5 and 6 October
Octavio Iturbe
Mexican Octavio Iturbe is one of the world's best-known video dance directors. In Naves Matadero he will give this workshop in which he will try to find the balance that will allow video and dance to be enriched by that which unites them and by that which separates them. He will seek to create a language where neither of these two disciplines depends on the other.
5 and 6 October
Founded in Logroño in 2012, FIVER is the most important platform of support, production, training, archiving and dissemination of audiovisual dance and new technologies in Spain.