Past Exhibitions

¿Qué es el arte moderno para ti?

February 17, 2011 to May 29, 2011


¿Qué es el arte moderno para ti? [What is modern art to you?] was the first exhibition based on the FC/CPPC's Piensa en arte/Think Art arts-in-education platform. The methodology of Piensa en arte/Think art introduced creative, critical thinking and problem-solving processes, similar to those that artists apply when producing their work, to traditional educational settings to provoke active questioning, interdisciplinary thinking and interpretation. Focusing on modern art, and its multiplicity of perspectives and readings, ¿Qué es el arte moderno para ti? was designed to promote viewer dialogue, questioning and reflection about works of art by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, and Georges Braque, among others. The exhibition presented several key questions relevant to modern art that are still pertinent to contemporary artists today, including: How would you represent movement in time and space? How would you question what we perceive as reality? How can we question art history from a “modern” perspective? How are modern art problems addressed in the art of today? Works by several contemporary Dominican artists who address issues similar to the modern works of art were also presented in the exhibition to promote further thought and reflection.

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