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Sanmiguel Diest

Amanecer. Los piratas . 1988

+ Reina Sofía

Since the early years of his practice, linked to the founding of the collectives A Ua Crag (1985–1996), Segundo partido de la montaña (1987–1988) and Red District (1990–1992), Sanmiguel Diest’s output has been systematic and methodical, with his extensive body of work, with hundreds of drawings and paintings, making up a catalogue in which the limits between image, text and representation become visible and also problematic. Standing outside conventions, chiefly those that are quick to rule on the obsolescence of certain languages in the modern era, his practice is situated in a field where historical depth can be recognised with references to art history, literature and popular culture. Continue reading Sanmiguel Diest

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Henry Moore

Square Form . 1934

+ Hauser & Wirth

As a result of his experimental studio process, Moore arrived at a fluency of sculptural language which he could employ in a variety of materials and on different scales. In bronze, stone and plaster, in relief and in the round, earthbound or poised on points, the works within the Rhoades Gallery embody Moore’s understanding of gravity and weight, volume and space. Continue reading Henry Moore