Enseña tus OBRAS en ARTEINFORMADO. ¡Cada día, más personas las miran!
MARÍA MARÍA ACHA-KUTSCHER | INDIGNADAS CUBE | DAVIS MUSEUM
Evento finalizado
25
jun 2016
30
sep 2016

Compártelo

Cuándo: 25 jun de 2016 - 30 sep de 2016
Inauguración: 25 jun de 2016
Horario: Set date and time in advance.
Precio: Entrada gratuita
Dónde: Davis Museum - The Davis Lisboa Mini-Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona / Puigmartí, 7, 1º, 2 / Barcelona, España
Organizada por: Davis Museum - The Davis Lisboa Mini-Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona
Artistas participantes: María María Acha-Kutscher
Teléfonos: 932856622
Correo electrónico: info@davismuseum.com
Etiquetas:
Publicada el 27 jun de 2016      Vista 166 veces

Descripción de la Exposición

http://www.acha-kutscher.com http://www.davismuseum.com MARÍA MARÍA ACHA-KUTSCHER | INDIGNADAS CUBE | DAVIS MUSEUM JUNE 10, 2016 TO THE FUTURE María María Acha-Kutscher, "Indignadas Cube", 2015, digital drawing on printed paper, 5,11 x 5,11 x 5,11 in DAVIS MUSEUM The Davis Lisboa Mini-Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona ----------------------------- INDIGNADAS Since 2012 About Indignadas (Outraged Women) consists of a visual record of participation of women in public protests around the world, including social movements like 15M (Spain), Occupy Wall Street (NYC), and feminist movements like Femen, Pussy Riot, SlutWalk, and Alfombra Roja (Red Carpet, Peru). I turn photographs from press and witnesses into drawings that I prints onto large format tarps for exhibitions in public spaces. The aim of the Indignadas series is to make women's efforts more visible and place women at the center of these social struggles. A memory bank that shows future generations that social changes throughout history were made by women and men together. The drawings show a female body not offered as support for the man's eyes, but as support for the political message. By transforming photographs into drawings, I set them in the supposed "timelessness" of art. This is another way to connect with society, by using the language of art to inmortalize these women's actions, preserve the memory of the protest, and keep the social movements alive. The images can be used under Creative Commons license.

Actualizado

el 07 sep de 2016

Contactar

¿Quieres contactar con el gestor de la ficha?
Noticias relacionadas

¡Suscríbase y reciba regularmente nuestro Boletín de Noticias del Mercado del Arte!

Suscribirme