Third exhibition room

This room is dedicated to the exhibition Beyond Geometry, organized by the Instituto Di Tella (Buenos Aires) at the Center for Inter-American Relations in Nueva York in 1968. The selection makes evident the importance of geometric abstraction in Argentina at the end of the 1960s, and the slow passage to technological and conceptual art that is exhibited in the next room.

Works (from left to right):

Carlos Silva:
Diácono de Tredós. 1967
Olil on canvas. 250 x 200 cm
Private collection, Buenos Aires
Ary Brizzi:
Universos Paralelos N°1.1967
Enamel on acrylic
140 x 55 x 55 cm
MALBA - Collection Costantini
Rogelio Polesello:
Unitlted. 1969
Carved acrylic
230 x 105 x 3 cm
Collection of the artist
Gabriel Messil:
Continuity. 1967-2010
Reconstruction
Wood and enamel
3 units: 212 x 115 x 48 cm; 212 x 114 x 52 cm; 212 x 172 x 70 cm
Collection Familia Messil

© Photo: Haupt & Binder

Imán: Nueva York

Fundación Proa. Argentine artists between Buenos Aires and New York in the 1960s - reconstruction of a crucial period.

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