• Carmen Perrin

    Fundació Joan Miró

    This group of works by Carmen Perrin reveals the artist’s extraordinary ability to synthesize, on the one hand, her established directions (Conceptual art, arte povera, and post-Minimalism), and on the other, her ability to meld a complex cultural dualism—Swiss and Latin American—into a compelling cohesion that is as sophisticated as it is simple.

    The title of each piece is a straightforward listing of the materials used in the work’s creation: they include slate, stone, wood, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, cement, fiberglass, and plastic. In most cases, the materials maintain their industrial

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