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The Museo Reina Sofía presents the first Hanne Darboven individual exhibition in Spain
Gallery view. El tiempo y las cosas. La casa-estudio de Hanne Darboven.
MADRID.- The Museo Reina Sofía presents The order of time and things. The home studio of Hanne Darboven. The exhibition invites the audience to know this German artist’s peculiar home studio (located in Hamburg). Hanne Darboven (Munich, 1941- Hamburg, 2009) is a conceptual artists whose art is based on the geometrical drawing, the numerical series, the image and, especially, the writing.

The exhibition brings together a large selection of pieces from the artist’s studio, showing, for the first time in a museum from the artist’s studio, showing, for the first time in a museum, the setting in which Hanne Darboven worked. Although the exhibition does not aim to recreate the studio in its entirety, it does look at the internal logic connecting each one of its elements, in contrast to the randomness with which it may seem to have been built.

So as to offer a broader vision of her work, with emphasis on the two main formulas developed by the artist throughout her career, the exhibition also includes a representative set of her numerical writing projects, musical compositions and calendar sequences. In both spheres, the collection of objects and her insistence on reticular structures and grids, Darboven seems determined to hold back time and reconstruct it using meta-architectures in which the temporal realm unfolds into space.

The exhibition is organized by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and the Deichtorhallen Hamburg - Sammlung Falckenberg in collaboration with the Hanne Darboven Foundation and the Goethe Institut.





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