Monochrome Neutral Gender ( 28 September, 2019 / 12 January, 2020 )
septiembre 28, 2019
In the mid-1960s, the vision of modernity occupied and monopolised exclusively by the West in the history and theory of art was brought into question. The emergence in contemporary art of theoretical positions that championed alterity, difference, otherness and subalternity gained a foothold under the umbrella of theories coming from feminism, multiculturalism and post-colonial studies. Women’s struggle for equal rights, which ran in parallel to the fight for civil rights, threw visibility on a whole generation of women artists whose work had been ignored by the History of Art.
Aino Aalto, Anni Albers, Elena Asins, Gae Aulenti, Jo Baer, Eve Beglarian, Marianne Brandt, Monika Buch, Trisha Brown, Anna Castelli-Ferrieri, Lygia Clark, Hanne Darboven, Sonia Delaunay Terk, Nanna Ditztel, Irena Dodalová / Karel Dodal, Esther Ferrer, Simone Forti, María Freire, Eileen Gray, Lotte Grunow, Grete Heymann-Marks, Linda Karshan, Christina Kubisch, Evelyn Lambart / Norman McLaren, Teresa Lanceta, Rosalie Mathieu, Rita McBride, Aurélie Nemours, Greta Von Nessen, Amalia Nieto, Emily Noyes Vanderpoel, Pauline Oliveros, Lygia Pape, Charlotte Perriand, Yvonne Rainer, Ana Sacerdote, Lillian Schwartz, Soledad Sevilla, Antonina Sofronova, Loló Soldevilla, Gunta Stölz, Hildegard Westerkamp, Eva Zeisel
Coordination: Carlos Ordás