Federico Díaz: Eccentric Gravity

Partly retrospective exhibition connects the long-term interests of the Czech-Argentine artist with purposes and meanings of Belvedere as the venue for public ceremonies of its constructor Ferdinand I. Habsburg, observatory and scientific house of Tycho de Brahe, warehouse and art gallery. The Habsburgs as a link between the Prague’s Royal Summer Palace, Mexican lucha libre and FC Barcelona and Díaz's attention to material and natural and social laws have formed photographs of Václav Jirásek and consequently the macho bling of gold, "purely material" 3D letters.


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