ACTIVATING OBJECTS: THE ART OF PLAY  

PART I  Curated by Mauricio Marcín

March 15 - June 29, 2017

Extended through July 12

Lygia Clark (Brazil, b.1920-d.1988)

Caranguejo, 1960
Aluminum
Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Lygia Clark (Brazil, b.1920-d.1988)
Bicho Caranguejo Duplo, 1960/2017 exhibition copy
Metal and hinges
Courtesy of “The World of Lygia Clark” Cultural Association

Lygia Clark (Brazil, b.1920-d.1988)

Memória do corpo, 1984
Mario Carneiro, Director
Produced by Solance Padilha
Visual Programming by Waltercio Caldas Video, 29 min

Courtesy of “The World of Lygia Clark” Cultural Association

Augusto de Campos (Brazil, b.1931)

lygia fingers, 1953, Edition 1964
Work on paper
Fondo Mathias Goeritz, CENIDIAP/INBA

Juan José Gurrola (Mexico, b.1935-d.2007)
Robarte el arte, 1972
One channel video, 32:30 min.
Courtesy of Fundación Gurrola A.C. and House of Gaga, Mexico City and Los Angeles

Juan José Gurrola (Mexico, b.1935-d.2007)
Duelo de flashes, 1964
Photograph
Courtesy of Fundación Gurrola A.C. and House of Gaga, Mexico City and Los Angeles

Juan José Gurrola (Mexico, b.1935-d.2007)

étant donnés, 1989
Mixed media
Colección MCE

Melquiades Herrera (Mexico, b.1949-d.2003)

Venta de peines, 1994
One channel video, 3 min.
Courtesy of Jorge Prior

Julio Le Parc (Argentina, b.1928)
Douze lunettes pour une vision autre, 1965
12 pairs of eyeglasses: plastic, stainless, steel, painted metal, optical lenses, color filter, and, strings
Courtesy of the artist and Yamil Le Parc

Mónica Mayer (Mexico, b.1954) and

Maris Bustamante (Mexico, b.1949)

Madre por un día, 1987
One channel video, 17:27 min.

Courtesy of the artist, Mónica Mayer

Mónica Mayer (Mexico, b.1954)
Maruca (The Evil Mother), 1987-2005
Ventriloquist’s dummy with interventions from performances

Courtesy of the artist

Hélio Oiticica (Brazil, b.1937–d.1980) and

Antonio Manuel (Brazil, b. 1947)
Parangolé P 22 Cape 18 “Nirvana,” 1968/2016 exhibition copy

Ink on canvas
Courtesy of César Oiticica Filho

Scenes from the film Helio Oiticica

César Oiticica Filho, Director

Produced by Guerrilha Filmes

Video, 2:46 min.

Courtesy and © Cesar Oiticica Filho

Gabriel Orozco (Mexico, b.1962)

Penske Work Project: Current Affairs,

The Golden King, 1998
Cardboard, plasticene

Courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

Décio Pignatari (Brazil, b.1927-d.2012)

beba coca cola, 1957,

Edition 1964 Work on paper
Fondo Mathias Goeritz, CENIDIAP/INBA

Xul Solar (Argentina, b.1887-d.1963)
Tablero I-Ching, ca. 1954
Painted and cut wood, cork, nails, cotton thread 23 wooden bars and 13 tokens
Courtesy of Fundación Pan Klub - Museo Xul Solar

Xul Solar (Argentina, b.1887-d.1963)
Tablero I-Ching, ca. 1954
Painted and cut wood, hardborard, cork, nails, cotton thread 19 wooden bars and 2 tokens
Courtesy of Fundación Pan Klub - Museo Xul Solar

Xul Solar (Argentina, b.1887-d.1963)
Juego de cartas de Tarot, 1918
Game of 23 cards
Courtesy of Fundación Pan Klub - Museo Xul Solar

Xul Solar (Argentina, b.1887-d.1963)
Pan ajedrez, ca. 1945
Oil painted wood
106 pieces, variable dimensions
Courtesy of Fundación Pan Klub - Museo Xul Solar

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Elefante, c.1923
Oil on Wood
Private Collection, Buenos Aires

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Pájaros, c.1924-25
Oil on Wood
Private Collection, Buenos Aires

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Figura masculina con sombrero, c.1928-30
Oil on Wood
Private Collection, Buenos Aires

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Dos figuras, c.1929
Oil and iron tacks on wood
Private Collection, New York

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Un elefante, c.1928
Oil on wood
Private Collection, New York

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Locomotora negra, c.1917-18
Oil on wood
Private Collection, New York

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Perro marrón, c.1924–25
Oil on wood
Private Collection, New York

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Elefantes, exhibition copy
Oil on wood
Private Collection, New York

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Pájaros, exhibition copy
Oil on wood
Private Collection, New York

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)
Una figura masculina y dos femeninas, exhibition copy

Oil on wood
Private Collection, New York

Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, b.1874-d.1949)

Advertisement, Project for a Poster,
exhibition copy
Advertisement for an edition of Aladdin Toys

by Torres García for F. Coll., 1928/2017 exhibition copy Ink on paper
Courtesy of Archivo Fundación Torres García, Montevideo

Viveca Vázquez (Puerto Rico, b. unknown)

Las playas son nuestras, 1989
One channel video, 3:56 min.
Courtesy of the artist

Edgardo Antonio Vigo (Argentina, b.1928-d.1997)

Cargador eléctrico, 1957-1974
Wood, painting, printed, iron, bulb, cables, paper, plugs, thread, wires

Courtesy of Mariana Eppinger and Jorge Helft

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