The exhibition features a selection of the artist’s interventions in natural and urban public spaces.
From 21 March, the exhibition space at La Pedrera is set to host an exhibition in which Frederic Amat, one of the leading figures in contemporary Catalan art, will present a selection of his interventions in natural and urban public spaces with the aim of offering a map or topographical vision of his work. Frederic Amat. Zoòtrop also features works which, while not making up part of these projects, offer insights into Amat’s interests and concerns.
The exhibition, which will be open to the public until 16 July, is divided into three different areas. The first aims to recover the memory of Gaudí’s La Pedrera building with an intervention created specifically for the occasion; the second presents a series of works that provide an insight into his personal universe; the last section includes a selection of 14 urban and rural architectural projects, chosen by the author himself, some of which have been realised and some of which have not, which form a kind of natural history archive in which references, the basic sketch of the creative process, the process itself and the final results all come together. The title of the exhibition is a reference to a zoetrope, since it aims to provide an insight into diverse facets of Amat’s work in relation to space, architecture, the city and the landscape.
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