November 19, 2013 to April 6, 2014. A new perspective on Latin American photography from 1960 to the present. This exhibition brings together 72 artists from 11 countries. The Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art will jointly host the “Latin America 1960-2013 Exhibition (América Latina 1960-2013 Exhibition) with the Museo Amparo Museum in Puebla, Mexico. The relationship between photographic images. Reveals the diverse photographic methods of different artists and his different uses of the photographic medium. This special exhibition will provide the audience with an opportunity to learn more about the history of Latin America and rediscover these rare exhibitions in Europe. Works of important artists.
Latin America: a fascinating continent
For hundreds of years. At the same time, I feel infinite mystery; perhaps because it was once regarded as a new world, so it always exudes a strong exotic atmosphere. Today, Latin America has always been fascinated by her followers. Contemporary Latin American culture has received a lot of attention. But people Rarely explore the historical background related to its cultural achievements. The Latin American 1960-2013 exhibition covers the historical period from 1960-the second year of the Cuban Revolution-to today. Many Latin American countries have political and economic periods during this period. Extremely unstable, there have been a series of revolutionary movements and military regimes, as well as guerrilla activities and democratic transitions. The exhibition explores the phenomenon of the interaction between text and video in Latin American art over the past 50 years. Through the eyes of the artist, I unfolded animated volumes of this turbulent historical period.
Photography and text in an era of historical change
This art has a close relationship with literature, text and video. For example: 19th century educators, there is no shortage of precedents in Latin American art and culture. Avant-garde concept artist and writer Lui Camnitz has always insisted on the importance of citations. Simon Bolívar (Simón Bolívar tutor Simon Rodríguez used the official dictionary as a tool for struggle and resistance; The concrete poet of the 1950s also used text as a visual element in his works; Jorg LuiBorg Pablo Neruda (PabloNeruda, Octavio Paz, and other writers The cultural influence is even more widespread. This long literary tradition has also greatly influenced the visual culture of Latin America. In the early 1960s, many artists discovered that the combination of text and video in his works opened up a particularly rich experiment for him. This method allows him to express in an easier way the urgent needs that his country is facing, and to pass on his growing thoughts against tyranny. Perhaps this is because photography is a fast and true record of reality Media, text is a way to expand or change the meaning of an image. Artists use this Tension between the two media, efforts to restore the complex and violent world around them, sometimes can avoid review of today’s artists continue to combine photography and text to explore notions of territory, memory and identity.
Diverse Artists and Artistic Techniques
Show me how Latin American artists use a variety of colorful ways to explore their reality with new modes of expression and reproduction. These works go beyond traditional photographic printing concepts and involve a variety of media, including photo offset printing, screen printing, collages, films, performances, videos, installations, and more. In the work ‘To be continued … Latin American puzzles’ ToBeContinuLatinAmericanPuzzl, Brazilian artist Regina Silveira (Using pictures cut from magazines and travel guides) to make a huge puzzle mural to explore Latin America Antiquated ideas. Venezuelan artist Paul Gasparini (Paolo Gasparini uses more traditional photography methods to capture the discordant visual identity brought about by rapid urban development. Argentine artist Juan Carlos Romero (Juan Carlo Romero’s work ‘Violence’ Violencia uses electronic printing to reproduce pictures in popular prints, condemning raging violence in Argentina. Colombian artist Juan Manuel Echavarría video shot by ‘Gray Mouth’ Bocadeceniza A group of people, revealing how the artist uses the tension between the two to explore geographically conceptual Latin America. The exhibition is divided into four parts: territory, city, notice and resistance, memory and identity. Latin America 1960-2013 exhibition Take this combination of text and image as the context. Songs and songs about his guerrilla violence related to personal experience.
Discover outstanding artists
The Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art commissioned a Paraguayan photographer and director, Fredi Casco, to create a movie. Interviewed 30 of the 72 participating artists. These exclusive interviews are of great historical value and express the voices of the participating artists .Freddie Casco traveled around Latin America. A rare and in-depth interpretation of the creative process and background of each artist. More than 500 works were collected in the Latin American 1960-2013 exhibition, highlighting The emotional affinities of Latin America spanning times and countries show a variety of rich sounds and diverse visual languages. The exhibition chronicles the important heritage of Latin American artists and shows how he influences the creative circles around him. Audiences far beyond the Latin American continent. A large-scale work from Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, and Paraguay demonstrates the importance of the art circle outside the mainstream channels, allowing the audience to more fully and vividly understand his contemporary art field. influences.