Paisaje expandido : ensayos sobre el arte público de Buenos Aires en el siglo XXI /

During the early years of the 21st century, under a period of political, economic and social crisis, there were unreleased changes in the urban dynamics of the city of Buenos Aires. The works elaborated at the time presented this metropolis as the object of study and action from various perspectives...

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Author / Creator:Vázquez, Ayelén, 1984-, author.
Edition:Primera edición.
Imprint:Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires : Ediciones ArtexArte, Fundación Alonso y Luz Castillo, 2020.
Description:168 pages ; 21 cm.
Language:Spanish
Subject:Art, Argentine -- History -- 21st century.
Public art -- Argentina -- Buenos Aires -- 21st century.
Artists -- Argentina -- Buenos Aires -- 21st century.
Buenos Aires (Argentina) -- Art -- 21st century.
Buenos Aires (Argentina) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12548321
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Varying Form of Title:Ensayos sobre el arte público de Buenos Aires en el siglo XXI
Other authors / contributors:Fundación Alfonso y Luz Castillo, issuing body.
ISBN:9789874739025
9874739029
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages [151]-163)
In Spanish.
Summary:During the early years of the 21st century, under a period of political, economic and social crisis, there were unreleased changes in the urban dynamics of the city of Buenos Aires. The works elaborated at the time presented this metropolis as the object of study and action from various perspectives and approaches; the city was established as a starting point and frame of reference for artistic practices. An art relocated to the city was produced from street action; where transit and urban experience appeared as a central issue in artistic productions and public-private space was discussed. These aesthetic productions problematized the modalities of connection of art with the social sphere, in which a process of resigning urban space dominated, understanding it as a field of action and collective intervention.