UNTIL THE 10th JANUARY, don’t miss the Antoni Tàpies exhibition at the Pace Gallery in Geneva.
“My aim is to transform the painting into a magical object, a kind of talisman with the power to heal by touch.” Antoni Tàpies
This is the gallery’s first exhibition of works by Antoni Tàpies in Geneva. Organised in collaboration with the Tàpies Estate, the exhibition marks 27 years of representation of the artist by Pace.
The exhibition examines Tàpies’s central theme of transformation, both physical and spiritual, which he explores through the use of signs and symbols.
Over nearly seven decades, Tàpies — both artist and influential philosopher of art — created a prolific and singular body of work that redefined painting and the way colours and physicality are manifested through the medium, thereby influencing future generations of artists and fascinating curators and museums around the world. This notable legacy has been memorialised and expanded upon through the work of the Fundació Antoni Tàpies, which, along with the Fundació Joan Miró and Museu Picasso, completes the trio of museums representing Barcelona’s century of major contributions to painting and the development of 20th century art.
Until 10th January
15-17 Quai des Bergues 1201 Genève
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