09/11/2006 8' 48''
son[i]a 28

"Gego: Defying Structures" shows the work of Gertrud Goldschmidt, better known as Gego. Of German origin and trained as an architect, Gego developed her artistic work in Venezuela where she immigrated in 1939. Her work breaks away from constructive parameters where space, line and drawing hold centre stage, giving way to an introspective, poetic character that produces new experiences of the visible. SON[I]A shares the impressions of Iris Peruga, curator and specialist on Gego's work, as well as Bartomeu Marí and Manuel J. Borja-Villel, co-curators of the exhibition.

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SON[I]AexhibitionabstractiondrawingsculptureLatinAmericaBartomeu MaríManuel J. Borja-VillelIris PerugaGego