Opening: July 4th, 7PM
More than any artist working today, Leandro Erlich (1973, Buenos Aires) has created a body of sculpture and large installations over the past two decades in which the architectural appearance of the everyday functions as a type of perceptual trap, leading he unsuspecting viewer into a visual paradox that systematically defies what should be the rules and order of the material world.
A new survey of 20th-century Latin American art, based on iconic works from the museum's collection. The exhibition brings together 230 pieces by over 200 artists, and highlights the artistic and cultural richness of the modern period in Latin America, one of the best represented in the Malba Collection.
La colección D’Alessandro, compuesta por 402 piezas precolombinas datadas entre el 1000 AC y el 1500 DC, fue generosamente cedida a la colección de Malba por el Doctor Antonio D’Alessandro para su exhibición y estudio.