Library Shelf Location 17.CAMU
Publication Date 2009
Description The exhibition aims to trace and describe the presence of camouflage in recent artistic creation. Camouflage is recurrent sign of our visual culture: it has become a hallmark of urban tribes, in support of the big fashion firms pret a porter, an attribute favorite singers of fashion, star of films that portray our condition. And in key notion to articulate a reflection aesthetic, political and anthropological issues of identity formation and subjectivity, or recognition of deception, surveillance, control, simulation, disguise, the construction of the manipulation as real or logos of contemporary societies. The works and artists selected for this exhibition allowsprices, the variety of roles played in creating the camouflage now as an idea as an inspiration, as formal pattern as artistic strategy as social symptom, such as female method, etc.. The collective, curated by Maite Mendez and Pedro Pizarro, consists of Agrela Angeles, Jose Ramon Amondarain, Liu Bolin, Manuel Cerda, Chema Cobo, Monica Duncan and Lara Odell, Lalla Essaydi, Leo Fabrizio, Adonis Flores, Joan Fontcuberta, Laurent's Gamba, Rogelio López Cuenca; Maider Lopez, Carmen Mariscal, Laura Mars, Mateo Maté, Carlos Miranda, Sonia La Mur, Juan Luis Moraza, Yasumasa Morimura, Harvey Opgenorth, Desiree Palmen, Domingo Sánchez Blanco, Francesca Woodman, Gina Zacharias, Eleanor Antin , Emilio Fantin, Alfredo Jaar, Ottonello Mocellin; Ria Pacquée; Pietroiusti Cesare and Cesare Viel.
ISBN 9788496917538
Quantity 1
Pages 238
Format Paperback
Publisher Caja Madrid, Obra Social
Category Group Exhibition/Multiple Artists
Language Spanish

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