Argentine artist Guillermo Kuitca (*1961 in Buenos Aires) is one of the most important contemporary artists in South America. Architecture, theater, music, and cartography play a central role in his work; maps and blueprints are condensed into a world of poetic and territorial fantasies, where reality and fiction overlap. Kuitca measures the world anew, shedding light on complex spatial contexts and intertwined social processes.
Many of Kuitcas works are in the Daros Latinamerica Collection. Centered on the items in the collection, this publication opens up an exciting dialogue: an interview with the artist conducted by Hans-Michael Herzog, as well as numerous color plates, provide a representative view into Kuitcas multilayered paintings and drawings.
Exhibition schedule: Daros Exhibitions, Zurich, November 25, 2006March 18, 2007
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