Felix Gonzalez-Torres, a Cuban living in the US, explores autobiographical issues in installations that dialogue with minimalism, like a big rug made of candy wrapped in blue cellophane. Shirin Neshat, an Iranian based in Manhattan, also creates more sober video installations, in which she discusses the plight of women in Iran and invents utopian fantasies to highlight the contradictions of the Muslim world. Architectural issues and desolate and empty spaces are in a video by Doug Aitken, an artist who has already shown a series of shorts on the front of MOMA in New York. His visual excesses guided a generation of "blockbuster" North Americans chosen for the exhibition "In the Name of the Artists" which celebrates 60 years of the Sao Paulo Bienal as a way to heat it up for its 30th edition, which will happen only in All materials contained in this page may not be reproduced in any media, whether electronic or printed, without the prior written permission of Folhapress. In the commemorative show, he exhibits two sculptures covered in gold and glitter, built with bees and the head of a baboon. Their bank accounts are also worthy of stars.
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