La farsa monea
by Israel Galván, Niño de Elche, and Pedro G. Romero

APR
19–21
Performance
12–2 pm
Numismatic Museum, Iliou Melathron, Panepistimiou 12, Athens

A three-day performative intervention La farsa monea by Spanish dancer Israel Galván, singer Niño de Elche, and artist Pedro G. Romero. Reflecting on the social production of value within the art of the poor, Flamenco traditions, and the politically subaltern, a selection of three different coins related to law materialism, iconoclasm, and prostitution will be made. They play and dance with the coins, transforming the museum into a material and bodily theater.

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