Group exhibition

"El fieltro y el naipe"

Ricard Mas

From the differences and similarities between Joseph Beuys and Joan Brossa the idea of ​​this joint exhibition was born in the Ana Serratosa Gallery. "The felt and the card" brings together in time and space two artists from the 20th century who enjoy international recognition. Very different paths that lead to the plastic art out of its usual scene, and all this influenced by the scientific positivism proper to the environment in which they lived.
"El fieltro y el naipe" | Ricard Mas

Works

  • Zefir/Céfiro

    Joan Brossa

    "Zefir/Céfiro"

    1991

    50.00 x 95.00 x 45.00 cm

    Woos

    Mixed technique

  • Camí de cartes

    Joan Brossa

    "Camí de cartes"

    1987

    14.00 x 36.00 x 6.00 cm

    Wood, paper

    Sculpture Mixed

  • A d´entrepá

    Joan Brossa

    "A d´entrepá"

    1988

    5.00 x 13.00 x 15.00 cm

    Wood

    Mixed technique

  • Output 5. 11/36

    Joseph Beuys

    "Output 5. 11/36"

    1978

    30.00 x 40.00 cm

    Photography paper

    B&W Photography

  • Fitzwinkel

    Joseph Beuys

    "Fitzwinkel"

    1985

    36.00 x 10.50 x 10.50 cm

    Canvas

    Mixed technique

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Reviews

Brossa y Beuys

EL FIELTRO Y EL NAIPE

RICARD MAS

Beuys' relationship with art begins during World War II, where he is spiritually reborn when his plane is found by a nomadic Tartar tribe in the Crimea. This makes him a critical artist, with an art charged with cultural agitation, without neglecting trends such as Dadaism, Minimal Art, and even Conceptual Art.

Far from what the viewer can imagine, this German artist was a great scholar who developed his own pedagogical method for the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf.

For his part Joan Brossa also begins his artistic activity in a warlike environment, in a post-war Spain. Although he began his career as a poet, soon his knowledge of Freud's psychoanalysis and anti-art will give rise to a wide range of works ranging from posters, through artist books and even sculpture.

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