Exhibition

Les Citoyens

At the invitation of Triennale Milano and Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Guillermo Kuitca presents a personal selection of 120 works from the Parisian institution's collection. From his unique perspective, the Argentinian artist stages installations, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, videos, and drawings to create a cosmogony composed of works, artists, animals, and objects where the human figure is often represented, in its relation to others and to the World. Exploring the idea of the group, the collective, the community through a wide variety of contemporary creations, most of which have never been shown in Italy, the exhibition offers the visitor a sensitive and surprising journey, rich in new aesthetic encounters.

As the second project presented within the framework of the partnership between Triennale Milano and the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Les Citoyens is also an opportunity for both institutions to highlight the central role of art and design collections, the importance of preserving memory in order to think about the future.

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Credits

Cover: David’s Living Room Revisited, 2014-2021, 2021, © Guillermo Kuitca, Foto © Andrea Rossetti

With the works of: Absalon (Israel-France), Claudia Andujar (Brazil), Richard Artschwager (USA), Cai Guo-Qiang (China), Vija Celmins (Latvia-USA), Thomas Demand (Germany), Fernell Franco (Colombia), David Hammons (USA), Hu Liu (China), Junya Ishigami (Japan), Rinko Kawauchi (Japan), Guillermo Kuitca (Argentina), David Lynch (USA), Allan McCollum (USA), Isabel Mendes da Cunha (Brazil), Moebius (France), Moke (Democratic Republic of Congo), Daido Moriyama (Japan), Tony Oursler (USA), Artavazd Peleshyian (Armenia), George Rouy (England), Patti Smith (USA), Taniki (Brazil), Agnès Varda (France), Véio (Brazil), José Vera Matos (Peru), Virxilio Vieitez (Spain), Francesca Woodman (USA).

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