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Luis Feito en su estudio de Paris, 1960 — Cortesía de la galería Mayoral
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Cuándo: 18 may de 2020 - 30 jun de 2020
Inauguración: 18 may de 2020
Dónde: Exposición Online
Organizada por: Mayoral Galeria d'Art
Artistas participantes: Luis Feito
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Publicada el 19 may de 2020      Vista 18 veces

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Interview with Luis Feito conducted by Elena Sorokina and Galeria Mayoral Elena Sorokina: Good afternoon Luis, first of all I’d like to thank you for taking time for this conversation, it is a great pleasure to talk to you. Luis Feito: Good afternoon, I’m delighted too. E.S.: Between 1950 and 1970 you have participated in an impressive number of major international exhibitions – four times in Venice Biennial, twice in Sao Paolo Biennial, and also in the documenta II in 1959. What did documenta 1959 mean for you? Did you go to Kassel? L.F.: No, I didn’t go personally to Kassel, but it was a very important exhibition for us, for my generation, and for me in particular. Because at that time Kassel was new and it was very important to be part of it. E.S.: documenta II coincided in time with the first Paris Biennale of 1959, a legendary exhibition that was founded by André Malraux in his capacity of Minister of Cultural Affairs. In some instances, the Bienniale’s foundational Postwar rhetoric bears some similarity to documenta’s – Malraux spoke about freedom and artistic freedom to which Paris should remain open-minded. You are featured among the “young artists” with Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, David Hamilton and many others. LF: Well, it’s funny you mention that Biennale because nobody has ever asked me about it again, nor have I ever heard anything more about the first Paris Biennale in my life, and it was very nice because we were all very young painters. To me they gave that prize, which was the second, I think. The big houses of the French bourgeoisie received us with a lot of enthusiasm and fantastic kindness. What Paris did at that time was brilliant. Keep reading: http://galeriamayoral.com/es/magazine/postwar-art-in-spain-interview-with-luis-feito-conducted-by-elena-sorokina/

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