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March 6,8,20,24; April 7,8; May 12,19,21; June 23,30; July 8

Restage

Between February and July 2022, the exhibition Gego. The Architecture of an Artist, at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart will feature Cuerdas, simple medida (Coreogego), Sonia Sanoja’s iconic choreography, thanks to the close collaboration between the Kunstmuseum and the Fundación Sonia Sanoja - Alfredo Silva Estrada. The restage will be directed by Venezuelan choreographer Claudia Capriles with the participation of dancers from the John Crancko School, Stuttgart.

A curatorship by Stefanie Reisinger, the exhibition is the result of a 3 year research on a body of 100 works by the artist in loan by the Fundación Gego to the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.

Gego (Getrud Goldschmidt, Hamburg, 1912 - 1994, Caracas) and Sonia Sanoja (Caracas, 1932 – 2017, Caracas) were two emblematic women for the arts in Venezuela and Latin-America. According to Sanoja, their deep friendship stemed from a mutual sharing of their aesthetic and conceptual ideals.

Probably the highest point in the relationship between Sonia Sanoja y Gego can be found at Cuerdas, simple medida (Coreogego), conceived by Sonia Sanoja in 1978. She first presented a series of solos at the opening of Gego’s first solo exhibition at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Caracas in 1977, and then developed that work into a choreography that conveys the most avantgard art of the time in Venezuela. To the aesthetics of Gego and choreography by Sonia Sanoja, were added the poetic voice of Alfredo Silva Estrada (1933-2009) with a fragment of his poem Variaciones sobre Reticuláreas: Homenaje a Gego, together with a musical composition by de Alfredo del Mónaco (1938-2015), pioneer in electronic music in Venezuela.

The choreography Cuerdas, Simple Medida (Coreogego), will be part of the opening of the exhibition on 18/02/2022. The exhibition program include other 12 presentations.

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Carlos Cruz-Diez (Caracas, 1923-París, 2019) fue uno de los artistas abstracto-geométricos más significativos de la segunda mitad del siglo XX, conocido sobre todo por sus Fisicromías, aportes imborrables en la historia del arte occidental y ejemplo contemporáneo de las tensiones que opusieron durante siglos a dibujantes y coloristas, en una querella que fue a la vez técnica, estética y filosófica.

Menos conocida es su producción en el campo del diseño gráfico, donde desempeñó un rol importante en el desarrollo de la industria editorial venezolana, contribuyendo a que pasara de ser una empresa de técnicos (tipógrafos, diagramadores e impresores) a otra donde el diseño añadía la sensibilidad formal y cromática del artista plástico al oficio. La rápida expansión económica de Venezuela, empujada por la industria petrolera, exigía de las empresas editoriales venezolanas un saber en materia de comunicación visual del que carecían. En esos años el diseño gráfico no existía como profesión independiente, y los empresarios buscaron la ayuda de los artistas plásticos, entre ellos Carlos Cruz-Diez. Su caso fue similar al de numerosos artistas en América Latina, como los artistas concretos de Brasil y Argentina Hércules Barsotti y Tomás Maldonado, quienes trabajaron simultáneamente como artistas y diseñadores, gráficos o industriales, apoyándose en las aportaciones de técnicos y artistas europeos, especialmente españoles, italianos y alemanes, tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

El trabajo de Carlos Cruz-Diez, tanto en el campo del diseño gráfico como en su obra plástica, está caracterizado por una reflexión —a veces obsesiva— sobre lo que denominamos el peso de la forma. Peso a la vez semántico y estructural, positivo y negativo, liberador y opresivo. Como diseñador, la búsqueda de soluciones sencillas y eficaces se basaba en la coexistencia ordenada y simbiótica de la forma, del color y del contenido; en cambio, en su obra plástica parecía que la forma solo estuviera allí para delimitar un área de interacción cromática que no coartara la naturaleza lumínica e inmaterial del color.

Un amplio trabajo de estudio e introspección llevó a Cruz-Diez a comprender que, en el arte de su tiempo, el color esperaba aún una solución que pusiera en evidencia su naturaleza mutante y lumínica. Los lenguajes que pone en juego para lograrlo, esencialmente la yuxtaposición y superposición de tramas coloreadas, provenían directamente de la imprenta, donde la reproducción de una imagen a color se consigue también por la superposición de cuatro tramas de color con ángulos distintos de inclinación: una amarilla, una magenta, una azul y otra negra.

Esta muestra expone parte de la producción de Carlos Cruz-Diez en el campo del diseño gráfico entre 1930 y 2015 que, esencialmente, desarrolla en tres formatos: diseño editorial, afiches y catálogos de exposiciones.

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Nos complace anunciar la presentación del libro de Histories of Dance, editado por Julia Bryan-Wilson (UC Berkeley) y coordinado por Olivia Ardui desde el Museo de Arte de Sao Paolo, en el cual ha sido incluida Sonia Sanoja, pionera de la danza contemporánea.

Este proyecto, inicialmente pensado cómo una exposición, tuvo que ser replanteado debido a la pandemia.

Les invitamos a asistir al evento en vivo que tendrá lugar desde UC Berkeley, siguiendo el siguiente link

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Basado en la publicación Duraciones Visuales (1967), con textos de Sonia Sanoja, prólogo de Alfredo Silva Estrada, fotografías de Barbara Brandli y diseño de John Lange.

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March 6,8,20,24; April 7,8; May 12,19,21; June 23,30; July 8

Restage

Between February and July 2022, the exhibition Gego. The Architecture of an Artist, at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart will feature Cuerdas, simple medida (Coreogego), Sonia Sanoja’s iconic choreography, thanks to the close collaboration between the Kunstmuseum and the Fundación Sonia Sanoja - Alfredo Silva Estrada. The restage will be directed by Venezuelan choreographer Claudia Capriles with the participation of dancers from the John Crancko School, Stuttgart.

A curatorship by Stefanie Reisinger, the exhibition is the result of a 3 year research on a body of 100 works by the artist in loan by the Fundación Gego to the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.

Gego (Getrud Goldschmidt, Hamburg, 1912 - 1994, Caracas) and Sonia Sanoja (Caracas, 1932 – 2017, Caracas) were two emblematic women for the arts in Venezuela and Latin-America. According to Sanoja, their deep friendship stemed from a mutual sharing of their aesthetic and conceptual ideals.

Probably the highest point in the relationship between Sonia Sanoja y Gego can be found at Cuerdas, simple medida (Coreogego), conceived by Sonia Sanoja in 1978. She first presented a series of solos at the opening of Gego’s first solo exhibition at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Caracas in 1977, and then developed that work into a choreography that conveys the most avantgard art of the time in Venezuela. To the aesthetics of Gego and choreography by Sonia Sanoja, were added the poetic voice of Alfredo Silva Estrada (1933-2009) with a fragment of his poem Variaciones sobre Reticuláreas: Homenaje a Gego, together with a musical composition by de Alfredo del Mónaco (1938-2015), pioneer in electronic music in Venezuela.

The choreography Cuerdas, Simple Medida (Coreogego), will be part of the opening of the exhibition on 18/02/2022. The exhibition program include other 12 presentations.

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El Peso de la Forma. El Diseño Gráfico de Carlos Cruz Diez

12 marzo – 11 junio, 2021 / Edificio Nouvel, Biblioteca y Centro de Documentación, Espacio D. Centro Documental, Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid.

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