The Cultural Agenda Bogotá has a special FREE exhibition for all lovers of art, culture and works of Doris Salcedo. The artist returns with another of her installation works, which are again a tribute. It will have the collaboration of women who have been victims of the armed conflict in Colombia. This piece called Fragments, will include concepts such as surface, silence, emptiness and ruin.
Data provided by the Bogotá Cultural Agenda
Doris Salcedo’s works, we know, are a strong response to the violence experienced in the national territory. Fragments, his new work, is part of the great triad of works that are born as a struggle for the end of war and conflict. In this work he names as fragments the floor slabs that were made from the molten weapons that were delivered by the FARC. These were hammered by women victims of sexual violence. Then we find the two works that have taken place in the Plaza de Bolívar: Absences and Quebrantos. With these works the artist has created a conceptual and physical platform, based on which dialogue and reflection on the effects and ruptures of the armed conflict can be generated. An unmissable event that the Bogotá Cultural Agenda gives us, as a unique opportunity to enrich our knowledge and do social work.
Information about the event
The Bogotá Cultural Agenda gives us precise information about this exhibition. He emphasizes that this presentation is accompanied by cultural activities, workshops and conferences. Other information of interest are:
It will be held in the National Museum, in the Space of Art and Memory “Fragments”
From December 12 to December 31, 2019. Like all museums in the city, you will have access every day, except on Mondays that have no attention to the public for maintenance.
- Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
- Sundays: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
It is important to keep in mind that access to this exhibition has a limit of 30 minutes before the closing of the rooms. So don’t get over time or you could stay out.
Something very important to highlight is that your entrance will be free, so there are no excuses to miss this incredible plan.
- Carrera 7 # 6b – 51
- Carrera 7 # 6b – 71