Group exhibition

"Review of the tradition"

Miguel Cereceda

The artists Jonathan Lasker, Bernard Frize, Katharina Grosse, Erwin Wurm, Stephan Balkenhol and Jaume Plensa show in this issue an overview of the defense and renovation of painting and sculpture and the legitimization of traditional channels of dissemination of art, such as museum and the gallery and its reinvention as spaces that reflect the art that they consider traditional but reinvented.

The search for solutions to revive painting and sculpture has made these artists seek different solutions and ways of transmitting that pictorial art is still valid, as it happened in the eighties with the "return" of painting, creating new ways of representing and new experimental trends such as "painting without painting".
"Review of the tradition" | Miguel Cereceda

Works

  • Mann-Janus

    "Mann-Janus "

    2007

    53.00 x 22.50 x 14.50 cm

    Wood

    Patinated and painted in bronze

  • The equality of apples and oranges

    "The equality of apples and oranges"

    2007

    150.00 x 200.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil on canvas

  • ST

    "ST"

    2007

    120.00 x 80.00 cm

    Canvas

    Mixed technique

  • Mental green

    "Mental green"

    2007

    210.00 x 190.00 cm

    Canvas

    Textile

  • A.T.S Elliot III

    "A.T.S Elliot III"

    2008

    84.00 x 97.00 x 97.00 cm

    Iron

    Welding

  • Est D

    "Est D"

    2007

    188.00 x 188.00 cm

    Canvas

    Acrylic and resin

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REVISION OF THE TRADITION

MIGUEL CERECEDA

Miguel Cereceda reviews the "self-destruction" of painting throughout the twentieth century and what it meant for artists who came after this era of dissolution that materialized, among other events, Marcel Duchamp's withdrawal from the world of art .

 

The trip through the different vanguards that were created in response to these events links all the artists of this exhibition, who drink from the currents that wanted to solve the continuity of painting in contemporary art.

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