Inspired by Modernist outliers (from Carlo Scarpa, Anni Albers, and Lenore Tawney to Lina Bo Bardi and Egle Trincanato), Antunes follows extensive research into their work with acts of extraction and artistic translation.
Con el ojo puesto en el estudio del cuerpo, la materia y el tiempo en las llamadas realidades poscoloniales, el artista argentino Rodrigo Díaz Ahl, especializado en escultura e instalaciones, comienza moldear su carrera desde muy joven formándose en dibujo, cerámica y escultura, trabajando en talleres de artistas y en paralelo, estudiando la carrera de Sociología.
Kendell Geers has spent years examining his personal experience, crisscrossing between life and art in order to create provocative and confrontational forms that challenge us to look closely and think deeply.
Sonia Gomes has been making radically intimate, fabric-based sculpture for three decades, in defiance of racism, ageism, and misogyny. Her story is the stuff of which art world myths are made, a story in which, against all odds, rags turn to riches, obscurity to worldwide recognition.
Recipient of the 2022 Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award The investigation of line, color, and fiber has been Sheila Hicks’s lifelong pursuit. She ignores borders, learns languages, and discovers materials as she migrates from painting to weaving to sculpture.
I’ve been working with fringe as a main element of the work for at least 10 years. Fringe was seen as an accessory, found on fancy dance shawls in powwow dances, and initially I was thinking of it in that context, using it on punching bags and wall hangings.
Instalaciones, dibujos, pinturas, fotografías intervienen en la obra del argentino Martín Legón quien se apoya en los textos, la poesía, la literatura y los estudios de disciplinas tales como la sociología, la antropología y la historia del arte, para desarrollar una obra cuyo fundamento, sea cual cure el formato que cobre, es de base conceptual.
Usha Seejarim works with ordinary, domestic objects in a somewhat Dadaist way, reinterpreting them into sculptural forms rooted in today’s South Africa but with broader resonance. Her materials include such staples of female labor as clothes pegs, irons, brooms, cleaning sponges, and serving trays.