April 4, 2008 - Tate Modern - Juan Muñoz A Retrospective
April 4, 2008

Juan Muñoz A Retrospective

Juan Muñoz
Two Seated on the Wall, 2000
Private collection
Copyright: The Estate of Juan Muñoz

Juan Muñoz A Retrospective
Until 27 April 2008

London SE1 9TG
Nearest tube: Southwark


Spanish artist Juan Muñoz (1953-2001) came to international prominence in the mid 1980s with dramatic sculptural installations that placed the human figure in specific architectural environments. His reputation was built on his power to create an intriguing tension between the illusory and the real, the contrasting acts of looking and receiving, and the poignant isolation of the individual amongst a crowd. This exhibition includes well-known sculptures such as Many Times (1999), The Prompter (1988) and Conversation Piece (1996), the “raincoat drawings”, and important pieces with sound, light and mechanical elements. This is the first major solo retrospective of Juan Muñoz in the UK since Double Bind, 2001, his remarkable installation for the Turbine Hall, the second in the Unilever Series at Tate Modern. There will also be a three-gallery focussed display of Juan Muñoz’s work on Level 3 until 20 April 2008. Several performances will occur during the exhibition, which are the result of Muñoz’s collaborations with well-known composers, writers and filmmakers.

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