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Arte Joven

24° Premio Municipal

10:00 a 19:00 horas Sala Andes
Abril 26 a Junio 09, 2023

Cineteca Nacional de Chile

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Ernesto Neto

Blow is a retrospective with more than 80 works done by the distinguished Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto (Rio de Janeiro, 1964), which are displayed in the two large rooms and in the main hall of CCLM with a playful and participatory journey through pieces of different formats along with huge immersive sculptures. In his work, closely linked to the work he carries out with the Amazonian communities, Neto investigates ancestral practices and knowledge to present us, through collaborative work, new realities and possibilities for contemporary art and its correlation to heritage.


Neto, heir to the revolutionary Brazilian plastic regarding  the body, considers expanding the limits of perception. In his works he combines lycras, corks, spices such as cloves and saffron, and natural elements such as sand,in order  to create scenes that invite us to reflect on our position as human beings in relation to other living beings, our undeniable tendency to be in relationship with others and our harmony with what is different and with nature.

November 14, 2020 | March 21, 2021
Tuesday to friday | 10:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m
Andes and Pacífico Halls | Level -3
Capacity: 40 people
General admission: $3000
Students: $1500
Agreements: $1500

Friends of CCLM: free access
Children under 12 years: free access
People over 60 years: free access
Tuesday entry free upon reservation here

Ernesto Neto. Enquanto nada acontece, 2008.
© Museum Tinguely, 2015, Basel, Switzerland.




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Blow. Ernesto Neto

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