• Mario García Torres

    Proyectos Monclova

    Mario García Torres makes work that reenacts peak moments of post-war Conceptual art, but whose organizing principles are wholly relevant to artistic production today: the rationalization of processes; an emphasis on language and on reading versus visual experience; an economy of media and colors; and mathematical concepts such as permutation and repetition. His videos, films, installations, and photographs reinterpret works from the 1960s and ’70s by Sol LeWitt, Robert Barry, and John Baldessari, among others, creating a personal construal of Conceptual art and the position of the artist as

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