THE INTEGRITY OF THE DIFFERENCES
Artists: Lola Alvarez Bravo, Joseph Beuys, Matthew Couper, Fernando De Ita,
Mark DeFraeye, Brent Erickson, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Sarah Grothus,
Nicolás Marín Mrpoper, Cristóbal Sarro, Raymundo Sesma.
Museographer: Quetzalina Sánchez Muñoz
Curator: Francisco Guevara
THE PENCIL OF QUETZAL
Textiles of Mexico in the collection of Quetzalina Sánchez Muñoz.
The event will be held on Thursday, April 5 at 7 pm
In the exhibition halls of the Convent of Santo Domingo - Qorikancha.
FREE ENTRY - WE WAIT FOR YOU!
All forms of seeing are accomplices of power, because the ways in which we learn to see have a transcendent importance that organizes our experiences and impacts our immediate reality. Therefore, art is constituted as the most important form of visual expression that orders, homogenizes and controls our lives. Art, with its history, not only narrates; always celebrates triumph, genius and superiority, that is, the history of power. Today violence prevails as the dominant form of communication. In this sense, the philosopher Emmanuel Lévinas says that true violence does not consist in hurting and annihilating people. This lies in preventing their continuity, making them betray not only their commitments, but also their own substance, carrying out acts that destroy any possibility of action.
"Disruptions: The Integrity of Differences" is the exhibition that sets the tone, challenging the dominant artistic discourses, historical violence and continuity in the narrative of power, and creates a dynamic space that facilitates encounters, opens processes and establishes critical dialogues. We proudly present the work of great artists who have been indispensable for the artistic career of Arquetopia, such as Joseph Beuys, Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Raymundo Sesma. We celebrate the legacy of great women in art, such as Lola Álvarez Bravo, and especially the memory and generosity of Dolores Olmedo, accompanied by the artistic production that contextualizes the mission of Arquetopia through artists such as Matthew Couper, Mark De Fraeye, Brent Erickson and Sarah Grothus. Especially,