Brasilia was being born. Spanish art in the ARTIUM Collection

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Catalogue of the exhibition While Brasilia was being born. Spanish art in the ARTIUM Collection, produced by ARTIUM, Basque Museum-Centre of Contemporary Art, for Instituto Cervantes of Brasilia. The exhibition illustrates the status of art in Spain in the 1950s, the period during which Brasilia was designed and constructed. Javier González de Durana, curator of the exhibition, has selected 17 artworks from the ARTIUM Collection, including the work of some of the leading figures who attempted to instigate a renewal of Spanish art at a time when the country was immersed in autocracy: Óscar Domínguez, Luis Feito, Equipo 57, Manuel Millares, Gerardo Rueda, Antonio Saura and Jorge Oteiza, among others.

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Technical Sheet: Softback catalogue (28 x 23 cm), with 64 pages, including colour and black and white illustrations. In Spanish and Portuguese, with texts by Javier González de Durana.
Exhibition: from 14 October 2007 to 31 January 2008
Publication year: 2007
ISBN: 978-84-935714-4-3

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5000000000095

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