Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.
Today’s show: “Diego Bianchi: The Enchanted Now” is on view at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires in Argentina through Sunday, August 6. The solo exhibition presents an immersive installation by the Argentine artist that “draws inspiration from the [museum’s] collection” and includes work by Bianchi and Tomás Abal, Roberto Aizenberg, Antonio Amendola de Tebaldi, Ary Brizzy, Mildred Burton, Zulema Ciorda, Enio Iommi, Jorge Gamarra, Olga Gerding, Edgardo Giménez, Norberto Gómez, Alberto Heredia, Gyula Kosice, Eduardo Mac Entyre, Margarita Paksa, Aldo Paparella, Rogelio Polesello, Emilio Renart, Rubén Santantonín, and Miguel Ángel Vidal, among others, according to the press release.
An excerpt from Bianchi’s statement regarding the exhibition:
In each project I try to identify some of the specific features of the place where I will exhibit my work. I see it as an opportunity to experiment with my sensibility, formal interests and artistic practice in relation to some intriguing new external factor. I am fascinated by how long things last in the world, how we take care of objects and what we decide to preserve: I see it as a wish to slow down time.