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SIMPLICITIY AND THE BARE MINIMUN IN AMPARO’S COLLAGE

    24 April, 2018 – 6 October, 2019 Room Amparo. Second Floor

    Simplicity and the bare minimum in Amparo’s collage is an exhibition featuring Amparo Segarra’s most minimalist collages, in which there is an apparent lack of evident narrative that challenges us to interpret their meaning.

    They are accompanied by collages by Eugenio Granell, Philip West, a series of artists from Brasil (Konrad Zeller, Alex Januario), Chile (Ludwig Zeller and Rodrigo Verdugo) and other countries (Artur Cruzeiro, Alex Weiss, Enrique Carlón, Gregg Simpson, Xesús Carballido, Kenneth Cox, Anne Ethuin and G. Bruno).

    This exhibition is closely linked to Magdalena Benavente’s exhibition “Venus en el despeñadero” (Inspired by Eduardo Anguita’s poem “Venus en el pudridero”), which is in the room Philip West, First floor of Granell Foundation of 12 April to 10 June, 18.

    Moreover, visitors have the possibility of creating their own collages in the same exhibition room.