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  • May 2015
    Exhibitions

    The work of Ree Morton (Ossining, New York, 1936 – Chicago, 1977) can be found in the specific art scene in the USA in the early 1970s, characterised by a strong reaction to post-war Abstract Expressionism, reflected in Minimal art, on the one hand, and Conceptual Art and Pop Art on the other. Nevertheless, her work is more akin to the art strategies that emerged around movements such as Pattern and Decoration, Fiber Art or, in Lucy R. Lippard’s definition, “Eccentric Abstraction”.

    The exhibition, featuring over 100 works, including installations, drawings, paintings and sculptures, aims to become a new reference point in the study of her work, and brings together previous research to create the most complete retrospective to date.

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    Steve Paxton and João Fernandes

    Steve Paxton in conversation

    April 23, 2015
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    Jorge Ribalta and Martha Rosler

    Encounter with Martha Rosler

    February 11, 2015
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    March 26, 2015
    Activities Seminars and conferences
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    March 27, 2015
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    Debt, war, democratic revolutions
    16 september, 2014
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    Reinventing the square
    9 june, 2014
    Exhibitions
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