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Pep Duran (Vilanova i la Geltrú, 1955) has always worked with scenography, a practice that has allowed him to develop proposals and projects focused on a particular way of understanding construction, representation and space. Duran's A Chain of Events, an installation specifically created for the MACBA's Capella space, should be considered a work-essay: a major intervention in two parts, Secular Alterpiece (2010-2011) and Written Piece (2010-2011), which both collects and distills the intellectual, formal and aesthetic influences that lie at the core of Duran's thought and artistic practice. This publication including texts by Jordi Puntí and Francisco Ferrer Lerín and a photo report by Rafael Vargas offers different levels of interpretation of the project conceived by Pep Duran.

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Publication date:
2011
Author:
Collection:
Sèrie Capella
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Pages:
24
Editorial category:
Essay books
Design:

Design by Nieves y Mario Berenguer Ros

Editions:
Spa 2013-9926 (digital) / 2013-990X (impresa)
Cat 2013-9926 (digital) / 2013-9896 (impresa)
Eng 2013-9926 (online) / 2013-9918 (printed)

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