Burgoyne Diller, untitled, c.1940 (detail); Leon Polk Smith, Correspondence Black Yellow, 1963 (detail); Jesús Soto, Vibration, 1960 (detail), Juan Carlos Maldonado Collection. Imagen cortesía Art Circuits
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dic 2017
oct 2018

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Cuándo: 01 dic de 2017 - 15 oct de 2018
Inauguración: 01 dic de 2017 / 11:00
Dónde: Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection (JCMAC) / 3841 NE 2nd Ave. Suite 201 / Miami, Florida, Estados Unidos
Organizada por: Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection (JCMAC)
Artistas participantes: Gertrud Goldschmidt - Gego, Lygia Pape
Correo electrónico: info@jcmac.art
Publicada el 21 nov de 2017      Vista 189 veces

Descripción de la Exposición

The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection (JCMAC) initiates a new cycle in its exhibition program at its recently opened Miami Design District center with Constructing Constructivism. Curated by JCMAC’s curator M Carlota Perez-Appelbaum, the new selection from JCMAC’s outstanding collection explores the role of geometric abstraction in the mid-twentieth century in an extensive international context. During the 1940s-1970s, many artists across the Americas adopted abstraction as a language through which to develop and express multiple, and often contradictory, models for a radical new relationship between art and experience. While widely embraced in Europe and Latin America, geometric abstraction never found a wide audience in the US. This exhibition aims to revisit the achievements of wide array of artists from the Americas and Europe and to open a dialog on the importance of the geometric abstract style in the development of what we know as contemporary art. With works by such diverse artists as Ilya Bolotowsky, Alexander Calder, Gego, Kenneth Noland, Lygia Pape, Tadaaki Kuwayama, Leon Polk Smith, Jesús Soto, Nicolas Schöffer, Joël Stein, among many others, the exhibition looks into a wide range of philosophical, painterly and conceptual approaches to the geometric image during a period of increased global awareness. Featuring paintings, sculptures and drawings from JCMAC’s exceptional survey of artworks, Constructing Constructivism advances the possibilities of global integration by focusing on mutual influences and exchanges among artists and movements from three continents. In addition to visiting this selection of artwork at its own exhibition space, audiences can also enjoy one of JCMAC’s most distinguished works, Jesús Rafael Soto’s Penetrable BBL Bleu, 1999, currently installed at the Pérez Art Museum Miami. About JCMAC Since its establishment in 2005, JCMAC (formerly Art&Art Collection) has been dedicated to surveying the intricate histories of abstract and constructivist art in Latin America. Over the years, JCMAC has engaged in multiple collaborations and projects that uphold its belief in the power of art and education as instruments for social change. The Collection has benefited communities by providing access to artwork and documents in the collection to increasingly wider audiences. Its lending program has reached: The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City; Perez Art Museum, Miami; Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU, Miami; MFA Houston; Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo; MALBA, Buenos Aires and private institutions in Caracas. Education is an important component of JCMAC’s mission. JCMAC has recently launched jcmac.art, an expanded, redesigned website, that provides online access to holdings in the collection to students, researchers, and online visitors and stimulates further research in Latin American geometric abstraction. The website encourages visitors to research and explore biographies, movements and works by artists in the collection, while also offering exhibition history and basic bibliographical references on each artist. The website is an ever growing project to include European, North American and Contemporary artists in the collection in order to enrich visitors’ knowledge and appreciation of geometric abstraction as a universal language, fundamental to the history of 20th century art. JCMAC is a private project, not registered as a 501(c)(3) foundation under the US Internal Revenue Code and does not receive governmental assistance.


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