Jorge Luis Borges: A reflection on his visual universe
Through this exhibition, a group of Argentine artists reflect on the relationship between Borges and the visual arts.
Borges, born in Argentine, is considered one of the great figures of 20th century Spanish literature. Cultivator of varied genres, often fused deliberately, Jorge Luis Borges occupies an exceptional place in the history of Literature for his brief stories. His narrative world comes from his personal library and his reading.
One of the least-known aspects of Borge’s work is his writings on the visual arts. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the author’s death, a group of Argentine artists reflect on the relationship between the writer and the visual arts.
Featured artists include:
- Sara Facio (photography)
- Gabriela Aberastury (drawing and video)
- Gabriel Barna (etchings and drawings)
- Norma Bessouet (sculpture)
- Mariano Cornejo (installation)
- Ezequiel Díaz Ortiz (catalogue-book design)