From geometry to abstraction, is a group exhibition from Julio Le Parc, Martha Boto, Carlos Silva, Gyula Kosice and Rogelio Polesello, who developed geometric abstraction in Argentina since the middle last century. The exhibition, dedicated to the artist’s historical works, show paintings, sculptures and multiples from the late sixties and early seventies.
Latin America has a long and original tradition in Abstract Art, circumscribed between the early 1930s and the late 1970s. It is characterized by it’s experimentalism, plurality, the challenge of canonical ideas related to art and particular ways of dialogue, coexisting in tension or participation within a complex process of modernity (and modernization) in the context of the political regimes of the time.
The exhibition brings together pieces that stand out for their formal appearance, with different media and materials, as well as for their symbolic value.


César paternosto - The silence of the lines