Hasta el 5 de sept en el Guggenheim Museum de NY!
Me hubiese gustado muuucho ir!
Every cultural period has its own conception of space, but it takes time for people consciously to realize it.—László Moholy-Nagy
Space is one of the basic elements in art, and yet also one of the most resistant to definition. Almost all artworks take up, contain, describe, or create space—but as an abstract concept informed by larger systems of comprehending the world around us, whether mathematical, physical, metaphysical, spiritual, or political, our understanding of space has taken innumerable forms throughout history and in different cultural contexts. Since the early twentieth century, however, artistic conceptions and representations of space have multiplied across a wide range of media. Following the early avant-gardes' revolutionary break with the Renaissance tradition of linear perspective, artists felt a new freedom to investigate not just pictorial representations of space, but the physical space in which our bodies move, as well as the social realities it engenders—a freedom that persists in art being produced today. (http://www.guggenheim.org/exhibitions/shapes/overview.html)