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Susana solano (Tapa blanda)

Susana solano (Tapa blanda)

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Intended to intervene in space, Susana Solana's work invites us to give in to the emotion of seeing our environment transformed. It re-travels the byways of that contemporary experience of tearing down the barriers of convention and exploring new relationships and new meanings. Her works, both those meant for large inhabited spaces and inscribed within the habitual dimension of architecture, and those that due to their size affect their spatial setting, upset the conventional principles of the division of functions and of uses. And not only because they are in the habit of invading, of occupying, a space hitherto reserved for the silent void that architecture engenders, but because in doing so they transform the usual ways of ordering space itself and the outcome of the experience of inhabiting it.

Susana Solano Rodríguez (Barcelona, 1946) lives in Sant Just Desvern and has her studio in Gelida. Between 1974 and 1980 she studied at the Facultad de Bellas Artes in Barcelona, where she gave classes between 1981 and 1987.

She has participated in international events like Documenta VIII and IX in Kassel (1987 and 1992), the 19th São Paulo Biennial (1987), Skulptur Projekte in Münster (1987), the Venice Biennale (1988 and 1993) and the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh (1988). Her work has merited awards like the Special Prize of the Utsukushi-Ga-Hara Open Air Museum, in Tokyo (1985), the Spanish Ministry of Culture 's Premio Nacional de las Artes Plásticas (1988) and the Premio CEOE a las Artes (1996).

Her individual exhibitions include:

· Fundación Miró. Barcelona (1980)
· Galerie des Arènes, Chapelle des Jésuites. Nîmes (1987)
· Bonnefantenmuseum. Maastricht (1988)
· Bienal de Venecia. Venecia · Venice (1988)
· Städisches Museum Abteiberg. Mönchengladbach (1989)
· Donald Young Gallery. Chicago (1989)
· Hirshhorn Museum. Washington (1989)
· Galería Giorgio Persano. Turín · Turin (1990, 1994, 2000, 2006)
· San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco (1991)
· Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Madrid (1992)
· Whitechapel Art Gallery. Londres · London (1993)
· Malmö Konsthall. Malmö (1993)
· Magasin. Centre National d'Art Contemporain. Grenoble (1993)
· Galeria Maior. Pollença (1995, 1998, 2002)
· NBK Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. Berlín · Berlin (1996)
· Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig. Viena · Vienna (1996)
· Galería McKee. Nueva York · New York (1996, 1999 y 2006)
· Galería Senda. Barcelona (1994, 1998, 2003)
· Fundação Serralves. Oporto (1998)
· Galería Quadrado Azul. Oporto (1999, 2001)
· MACBA, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Barcelona. Barcelona (1999)
· Galería SCQ. Santiago de Compostela (2000, 2007), Vigo (2003)
· Palacio de Dar-al-Horra, Condes de Gab.

ia. Granada (2001)
· Sintra Museu de Arte Moderna. Sintra (2001)
· Abadía de Santo Doming
Intended to intervene in space, Susana Solana's work invites us to give in to the emotion of seeing our environment transformed. It re-travels the byways of that contemporary experience of tearing down the barriers of convention and exploring new relationships and new meanings. Her works, both those meant for large inhabited spaces and inscribed within the habitual dimension of architecture, and those that due to their size affect their spatial setting, upset the conventional principles of the division of functions and of uses. And not only because they are in the habit of invading, of occupying, a space hitherto reserved for the silent void that architecture engenders, but because in doing so they transform the usual ways of ordering space itself and the outcome of the experience of inhabiting it.

Susana Solano Rodríguez (Barcelona, 1946) lives in Sant Just Desvern and has her studio in Gelida. Between 1974 and 1980 she studied at the Facultad de Bellas Artes in Barcelona, where she gave classes between 1981 and 1987.

She has participated in international events like Documenta VIII and IX in Kassel (1987 and 1992), the 19th São Paulo Biennial (1987), Skulptur Projekte in Münster (1987), the Venice Biennale (1988 and 1993) and the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh (1988). Her work has merited awards like the Special Prize of the Utsukushi-Ga-Hara Open Air Museum, in Tokyo (1985), the Spanish Ministry of Culture 's Premio Nacional de las Artes Plásticas (1988) and the Premio CEOE a las Artes (1996).

Her individual exhibitions include:

· Fundación Miró. Barcelona (1980)
· Galerie des Arènes, Chapelle des Jésuites. Nîmes (1987)
· Bonnefantenmuseum. Maastricht (1988)
· Bienal de Venecia. Venecia · Venice (1988)
· Städisches Museum Abteiberg. Mönchengladbach (1989)
· Donald Young Gallery. Chicago (1989)
· Hirshhorn Museum. Washington (1989)
· Galería Giorgio Persano. Turín · Turin (1990, 1994, 2000, 2006)
· San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco (1991)
· Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Madrid (1992)
· Whitechapel Art Gallery. Londres · London (1993)
· Malmö Konsthall. Malmö (1993)
· Magasin. Centre National d'Art Contemporain. Grenoble (1993)
· Galeria Maior. Pollença (1995, 1998, 2002)
· NBK Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. Berlín · Berlin (1996)
· Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig. Viena · Vienna (1996)
· Galería McKee. Nueva York · New York (1996, 1999 y 2006)
· Galería Senda. Barcelona (1994, 1998, 2003)
· Fundação Serralves. Oporto (1998)
· Galería Quadrado Azul. Oporto (1999, 2001)
· MACBA, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Barcelona. Barcelona (1999)
· Galería S.

CQ. Santiago de Compostela (2000, 2007), Vigo (2003)
· Palacio de Dar-al-Horra, Condes de Gabia. Granada (2001)
· Sintra Museu de Arte Moderna. Sintra (2001)
· Abadía de Santo Domingo de Silos. Burgos (2003)
· Galería Helga de Alvear. Madrid (2005)
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Detalles del libro
ISBN:
9788425221804
Fecha de Lanzamiento:
31-octubre-2007
Editorial:
GUSTAVO GILI
Formato encuadernación:
Tapa blanda
Número de páginas:
184
Dimensiones:
24 x 20
Idioma:
Castellano
Número de edición:
1
Género:
Artes
Subgénero:
Historia del Arte

Referencia:

006515127600 |

EAN:

9788425221804