GUILLERMO KUITCA "ALICE TULLY HALL", 2009
Guillermo Kuitca (b.1939) is an Argentinian artist with a strong international collection presence and exhibition history.
He represented Argentina at the Venice Biennale in 2007. Since 2009 a major retrospective of his work has been traveling the United States with stops at the Miami Art Museum, the Albright-Knox, the Walker Art Center and the Hirschhorn Museum.
Kuitca has long been interested in communal spaces by using motifs from architecture and topography.
This piece is evocative of his practice and was created in honor of the opening of one of the most anticipated concert venues in New York City, arguably the 21st century jewel of Lincoln Center.
The concert hall designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro is one of the most dramatic (but accessible and popular) new constructions in New York City and has become a destination for both music lovers and architecture aficionados.
Kuitca’s work can be found in the permanent collections of the Tate Gallery (London) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City) to mention a few.
Screen print. Unframed. Excellent Condition.
Signed and numbered by the artist. From an edition of 108.
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