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“The Other Order of Form” presents the work of five contemporary artists that live and work between Latin America and Europe: Fernanda Fragateiro (Portugal), Darío Escobar (Guatemala), Matthias Bitzer (Germany), Patrick Hamilton (Chile), and Eva Berendes (Germany). Beyond their formal and conceptual strategies, they share the use of the plastic language associated with certain formalism but charged with historical, social, and cultural content. 

In that sense, “The Other Order of Form” explores the possibilities derived from the languages from the 20th-century Avant-garde - Constructivism, Neoplasticism, Bauhaus, Neo-Concretism- to talk to us in the present time about matters related to the urban landscape, the desert, and time, as well as of memory and the relationship of our perception of things in front of phenomena that surrounds us. In the works presented in this exhibition, there exists an explicit will to alter our gaze to unlearn what we take for as known and to question our relationship with abstract thought and concrete reality.


Eva Berendes

Middelburg Curtain, 2011


300.18 x 980.08 cm

118 2/16 x 385 13/16 in


Matthias Bitzer

Stubenraucher, 2020

Ink, acrylic, pins, metal stick, pens, pingpongs on canvas, artist frame

183h x 163w x 5d cm

72 1/21h x 64 9/52w x 1 123/127d in


Darío Escobar

Paisaje Urbano XIII (Urban Landscape XIII), 2021

Wood ang pigmentes

193 x 265 x 34 cm

75 15/16 x 104 5/16 x 13 6/16 in


Fernanda Fragateiro

Colors organized by thoughts #1, 2014

Stainless steel and 8 handmade notebooks with fabric covers

27 x 29 x 23.4 cm

10 10/16 x 11 6/16 x 9 3/16 in


Patrick Hamilton

Atacama # 4, 2021

Intervened photograph with copper plate, wooden frame

126h x 206w cm

49 20/33h x 81 4/39w in

Edition 1 of 2 + AP


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