Wednesday, November 14

Carlos Garaicoa

Cuban Garden, 1997. Installation, performance in Old-Havanna
"Carlos Garaicoa is known for his explorations of social and political issues in the context of urban architecture and the built environment. Inspired by his native Havana, Garaicoa adopts the city as a laboratory and metaphor for human existence, intervening on its landscape to offer searing and insightful commentary on issues such as architecture's ability to alter the course of history, the failure of modernism as a catalyst for social change, human rights, and the frustration and decay of 20th century utopias."
Art Daily
BOMBSITE: Carlos Garaicoa by Holly Block
YouTube: Carlos Garaicoa MOMA New Photography 05, Carlos Garaicoa at the Irish Museum of Modern Art

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