October 27, 2013 - Casa Daros - Julio Le Parc
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October 27, 2013

Julio Le Parc

Julio Le Parc, Lumière en vibration – Installation, 1968. Light-kinetic installation: wood, net curtains, motor, light source, overall dimensions variable. Daros Latinamerica Collection, Zürich. Photo: Adrian Fritschi, Zürich. © the artist or his/her representative.

Julio Le Parc
le parc lumière
12 October 2013–23 February 2014

Casa Daros
Rua General Severiano 159, Botafogo
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil

www.casadaros.net


The second major exhibition at Casa Daros focuses on one of the most important aspects of Julio Le Parc’s work—his occupation with changing light. In this stunning show, the single works of art, mostly dating from the 1960s, unite to form one great symphony of moving light.

Along with his fellow members of the Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel (GRAV), in the 1960s Le Parc broke radically with artistic convention, rejecting static images in favor of a dynamism that placed works of art in a constant state of flux, eliminating the possibility of fixed viewpoints. The animated play of light in his lumino-kinetic pieces transforms space, continually dissolving and recreating it and making the viewer an integral part of a Gesamtkunstwerk.

Cheerfully and with a light hand, Le Parc transports us to a kaleidoscopic universe of flickering, shimmering, dancing, leaping, and swaying light, a realm of overwhelming elegance and beauty that exerts a hypnotic fascination.

 

 

Julio Le Parc at Daros Latinamerica Collection
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