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Eduardo Costa
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2017
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2018
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This solo show by Eduardo Costa (Buenos Aires, 1940) at the Museo Tamayo is aimed at introducing to the public the work of an exceptional artist who has been involved in different tendencies and contexts throughout his longstanding career. This is Costa’s first retrospective outside of the city of Buenos Aires.

During the last few decades, Costa has developed a series of works known as “volumetric paintings.” These pieces are the result of the superimposition of successive layers of acrylic paint, incorporating figurative elements, such as certain fruits used as molds, but also abstract geometric shapes.



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