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‘La Liberté raisonnée’ by Cristina Lucas

—  The Vila Casas Foundation presents the work at the Can Framis Museum

10 — 22 November 2020

‘La Liberté raisonnée’ by Cristina Lucas
Cristina Lucas, 'La Liberté raisonnée', 2009. Still courtesy from the artist.

Cristina Lucas' work will be showed at the lobby of the Can Framis Museum from 10 to 22 November.

The Vila Casas Foundation presents the work La Liberté raisonnée (2009) by the artist Cristina Lucas from the Sisita Soldevila collection at the Can Framis Museum. The proposal, which alludes to Delacroix’s famous painting, Liberty leading the people, is a staging in which the future of freedom is questioned. La Liberté raisonnée was previously presented in one of Loop Fair’s latest editions and is going to be showed nowadays when this freedom is in the spotlight more than ever because of the current situation.

Sisita Soldevila, who had the greatest artists in her video art collection, such as Bill Viola and Michael Snow, was a reference in video having at the same collection younger and renowned authors, such as: Eulàlia Valldosera, David Ymbernon or Cristina Lucas. Soldevila was an outstanding collector in Spain and known for the creation of the prestigious art hotel, Ámister Art Hotel.

On November 19 at 6 pm the artist Cristina Lucas will participate in an online round table with Carles Guerra, artist and art critic, and Natàlia Chocarro, director of external projects of the Vila Casas Foundation.

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