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William Forsythe

As part of the fourth edition of BIENALSUR, visit until September 24 the "Choreographic Objects" of the renowned American visual artist.


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  • From July 28, 2023 to Sept. 24, 2023

  • Sala de exposiciones temporarias

  • 3 works on display

  • Curator: Diana Wechsler

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The National Museum of Fine Arts presents, from July 27 to September 24, a series of "Choreographic Objects" by the renowned American choreographer and visual artist William Forsythe, as part of the fourth edition of the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South ( BIENALSUR).

Curated by Diana Wechsler, artistic director of BIENALSUR, this temporary exhibition shows Forsythe's installations “City of Abstracts” (City of Abstracts, 2001), a huge video wall installed in the central hall of the Fine Arts that proposes participation active from the public, and “Backwards” (2018), which presents a series of benches with engraved text in the Museum Gardens.

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