Ekaba, Kalam Space For Fine Arts, responds to the social and cultural implication of kalam with art and patronage. This vocation has been channeled from the years 2007 through ekaba, an idea that matured over time, allowing us to share a cultural space with close professionals and art lovers.
In the opening ceremony, held at the offices of kalam, Doctor D. Antonio Lamela, distinguished Architect and Academic, explained his theories on Geoism and Cosmoism, terms and concepts he coined more than 50 years ago, and developed in his book Strategies for Earth and Space. A panel discussion was celebrated about the project we developed, with the participation of renowned artists.
Six months later, the pieces about the project were exhibited, worked on by the artists Jose Luis Alexanco, Assumpció Mateu, Pablo Rodriguez Guy, Manuel Prior, and Jose Luis Fajardo, This was followed by an unforgettable jazz performance of Jorge Pardo, with Javier Massó “Caramelo” on the piano, Alain Pérez on bass, Rubem Dantas on percussion, and the trumpet player Terry González.