Una exposició de mirar by Enric Farrés Duran

The Production Lab of Hangar has been in charge of constructing the reproduction of the four bases of Lina Bueno Bardi for Una exposició de mirar by  Enric Farrés Duran that can be visited until September 17, 2017 La Panera.

«Una exposició de mirar» curated by Cèlia de Diego is an individual exhibition by Enric Farrés Duran in which is presented an unpublished manuscript of the writer Josep Pla.
The exhibition proposes a challenge on the meaning of what we see. The title pays homage to the titles Hans-Peter Feldmann calls his proposals to confirm what might seem obvious, that the exhibition spaces are spaces of authority that are governed by a series of conventions that indicate that what is exposed is art, and that the presentation of the works for the public to observe implies their legitimation. Enric Farrés Duran already has a large number of projects on his back, many of which can be consulted in the documentation center, where the visit is opened (or perhaps closed); In any case it is one of the key spaces to enter the universe of the artist. In this space has conceived a specific intervention that subverts its functionality, while directing the attention of the visitor to the selection of videographic documentation and the publications that accompany the artist’s most outstanding projects.
The exploration of the reverse of what we have known is one of the axes that will vertebrate this project in which Enric Farrés Duran appropriates exhibition devices associated with renowned authors (such as the architects Richard Meier and Lina Bueno Bardi) and invites us to look at them. Otherwise with the ultimate purpose of analyzing and questioning the mechanisms that give value to the artistic fact. In “Una exposició de mirar” nothing is what it seems. On the occasion of the centenary of the Jaume Morera Art Museum, the artist has conceived a new work from the documentary archive of Leandre Cristòfol and, together with Joana Llauradó, will carry out a specific project with the museum’s collection, produced by the Sorigué Foundation.


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