Born in the Bronx, Winogrand did much of his best-known work in Manhattan during the 1960s, and in both the content of his photographs and his artistic style he became one of the principal voices of that eruptive decade. Continue reading Garry Winogrand
The selected works of Anish Kapoor enable us to sense the deep community that presides over their art: a great amount of care and attention is paid to the materials used in the making of the works; the sculpturality of each object is the fundament; Continue reading Anish Kapoor
Artur Barrio’s work challenges the traditional artistic vocabulary, in that the word “exhibition” (and its historically sedimented meaning) does not seem to suit what the artist proposes in the way he displays his art works in galleries and institutional spaces. More than extending, reducing or distorting the current meaning of concepts such as exhibition space, art work and exhibition, Barrio employs another logic, questioning what is the essence of these ideas and deliberately frustrating the expectations that guide us, as the audience, as we come across them.
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