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Curator: Oscar Roldán-Alzate
Artists: Camilo Bojacá, Ana Belén Cantoni, Marcolina Dipierro, Andrés Matías Pinilla, Lucía Morón, Gustavo Niño, John Mario Ortiz, Santiago Parra, Camilo Sanín, Aníbal Vallejo, Hugo Zapata.
Abstraction in the arts developed in Latin America takes on a remarkable position, not to say a privileged one, along all the period framed by the 20th century, an emancipating lapse of time facing the artistic practices from other latitudes, which had a great influence and, which necessarily, through its contrast, could strengthen our artistic identity to the extent of diluting the frontiers and highlighting the relevance of giving a regional label to the production of creators of Latin American origin.
The exhibition, far from being a conventional one, is a mise-en-scène that seeks to generate academic questions about the multiple possibilities abstraction has in present times, intersected with the reincident phenomena which disclose distinctive and therefore surprising identity features.
From the curatorial text by Oscar Roldán-Alzate.
© Photos: Haupt & Binder, English: Universes in Universe.
Exhibitions in Chapinero and San Felipe, in the north of the city, during the Month of the Art 2014 in Bogotá.