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Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection

Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection emerges as an attempt to build new narratives around the museum's collection, interweaving relations that make possible to establish a dialogue between artists from different latitudes and with such diverse approaches to artistic creation.

This compilation of works - which starts from 1950 to the present day - combines themes, techniques, supports and modes of representation, which are shown from traditional historical narratives that gradually move towards new perspectives of collection analysis.

The MOCA, in an effort to propose new exhibition possibilities for its permanent collection, generates an exhibition that makes visible the points of intersection between consecrated works of abstract painting with the first experiments of video art, with the intention of offering the spectator a complete panorama of the changes of art in the second half of the twentieth century.

Some of the artists included in the exhibition are: Carlos Cruz-Diez, Robert Frank, Naotaka Hiro, Joan Jonas, Yayoi Kusama, Liz Larner, Linda Montano, Bruce Nauman, Louise Nevelson, Nam June Paik, Beverly Pepper, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, etc.