This exhibition puts forward an approach to the Susana and Ricardo Steinbruch Collection, a major repertory of different temporalities and geographies centred, first and foremost, on Latin American contemporaneity — particularly Brazilian — and the artistic practices that transpired in Eastern Europe across the second half of the twentieth century.

Therefore, a dialogical and non-linear survey is laid out, starting from a site-specific project by Fernanda Gomes and moving through anti-art movements in the former Yugoslavia, Neo-concretism and artistic responses that sparked political events in the 1960s and 1970s. Equally, other unions are explored, for instance those which span the idea of territory or are installed inside experimentation with and from language.

An Act of Seeing that Unfolds

The Susana and Ricardo Steinbruch Collection

14 november, 2022
Video Exhibitions