Along with Los Carpinteros, featured artists include Michaël Borremans (Belgium), Matthew Buckingham (US), Catharina van Eetvelde (France), Jakob Kolding (Germany), Ann Lislegaard (Denmark), Matthew Ritchie (US), Hiraki Sawa (UK), and Rachel Whiteread (UK). The works include painting, sculpture, video, wall drawings, posters, and architectural interventions.
In writing about the show, San Diego University Professor of Urban Planning Larry Herzog praised Los Carpinteros for "their surreal images and sculptures that blend humor and irony." He singled out Piscina doméstica as a fittingly ironic contrast to the suburban sprawl that characterizes so much of the US these days.
The exhibition runs through January 31.