La Quinta del Sordo | Guillermo Núñez

 

Artists’ book composed of a box containing 7 publications dealing with issues of pain and abuse of power from different perspectives and strategies. The title is inspired in the renowned house of the Spanish painter Francisco de Goya, in this place he painted and arranged his renowned Black Paintings, which in turn make sense of the vision that Núñez reflects in this work.

 

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Weight2 kg
Dimensions28 × 21 × 3 cm
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About the author

About the author

Guillermo Nuñez (1930 Santiago, Chile)

Chilean visual Artist. National Award on Visual Arts 2007. Multifaceted artist along his career he has devoted to several areas of creation looking for points of coincidence and integration of disciplines. He has developed painting, engraving, serigraphy, photoserigraphy, installations, books of artist, and objectual art, with themes related to historical events, wars, disputes, and personal experiences, that show and denounce human violence and destruction.

Artists’ book composed of a box containing 7 publications dealing with issues of pain and abuse of power from different perspectives and strategies. The title is inspired in the renowned house of the Spanish painter Francisco de Goya, in this place he painted and arranged his renowned Black Paintings, which in turn make sense of the vision that Núñez reflects in this work.

 

Technical Specifications

Author: Guillermo Núñez

Format: box composed of 7 books of several dimensions.

Publisher: self publication

Dimensions: 28 x 21 cm (closed)

Print run: 200 copies

Language: Spanish

Collections: Coleção de livros de artista, Fundação Serralves, Porto, Portugal; Colección de Libros de Artista, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Germany.

Year of publication: 2003