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  • León Ferrari: The Architecture of Madness

    3 July 2002 - 13 July 2002

    Born in 1920, León Ferrari initially trained as an engineer, only deciding to become an artist in his forties. Self-taught, Ferrari has become one of Latin America's foremost conceptual artists.

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    Alex Gama

    5 April 2002 - 27 May 2002

    The exhibition, selected by former ESCALA curator Gabriela Salgado, consisted of a group of twenty works in a variety of media, including a number of his abstract prints and drawings held by ESCALA. Three wood blocks used for printing will complete the display in order to encourage understanding of the working process.

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    Works on Paper by Carlos Hermosilla Alvarez

    30 May 2001 - 30 June 2001

    The exhibition pays homage to one of Chile's most interesting visual artists of the twentieth century, Carlos Hermosilla Alvarez.

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    Ernesto Neto: Stella Nave

    17 January 2001 - 14 February 2001

    Ernesto Neto's evocative Stella Nave (Star ship), ESCALA's first project of 2001, was installed in the Art Exchange, University of Essex in January as a part of the season of Brazilian art that began in autumn 2000 with the exhibition Outros 500.

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    Esteban Álvarez

    10 July 2000 - 24 July 2000

    Esteban Álvarez produced a small edition of 'ponchos' commissioned by ESCALA which were shown for the first time. This and other works presented at University Gallery seeked to satirise the identification of artisanal objects -such as masks, 'ponchos', 'mates' and other elements symbolic of culture specificity- as signifiers of peripheral art, the so-called 'primitive'.

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    Other Americas

    10 June 2000 - 25 June 2000

    A rare chance to see a selection of work from Europe’s foremost collection of Latin American art in Aldeburgh. 

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