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Magazine

13 October 2013
Más y nuevos diagnósticos del cambio

Claudio M Iglesias


Cuarenta años después del asombroso informe de Kynaston McShine, seguimos montando exhibiciones grupales de artistas jóvenes para diagnosticar la forma en que la tecnología impacta sobre la producción artística. Ahora es en el Friedericianum, con unas buenas dos docenas de artistas jóvenes y a pocos metros de los árboles de Beuys y el Km vertical enterrado de Walter de María, que están allí, silenciosamente, desde mucho antes. Si hasta Rhizome recomienda subirse, para ir a ver la muestra, a uno de los trenes de Deutsche Bahn, esa empresa tan del siglo XX.

Claudio Iglesias is an art critic based in Buenos Aires. His latest books are Corazón y realidad (Consonni, Bilbao, 2018) and Genios pobres (Mansalva, Buenos Aires, 2018).

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