Guillermo Kuitka — Artista judío-argentino de renombre internacional/Argentina Jewish Artist of International Renown

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Guillermo Kuitka

Descendiente de inmigrantes judíos y criado durante el brutal período de la dictadura militar conocida como la “Revolución Argentina” (1966-1973), Guillermo Kuitca produce poderosas pinturas, esculturas, dibujos e instalaciones que resuenan con temas de aislamiento, dislocación y soledad. Aunque casi siempre está desprovisto de humanos, sus obras tienen un fuerte sentido de presencia humana, con motivos como carruseles de equipaje del aeropuerto, mapas, planos de apartamentos y gráficos de asientos de teatros que se ejecutan en sus muchas creaciones. Como él explica, sus obras sostienen “la verdad, la historia, el pasado, la experiencia.

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Descended from Jewish immigrants and raised during the brutal period of military dictatorship known as the “Argentine Revolution” (1966–73), Guillermo Kuitca produces powerful paintings, sculptures, drawings, and installations resonant with themes of isolation, dislocation, and loneliness. Though almost always devoid of humans, his works have a strong sense of human presence, with motifs like airport baggage carousels, maps, apartment floor plans, and theater seating charts running throughout his many creations. As he explains, his works hold “the truth, the story, the past, the experience.

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Pinturas/Paintings

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Teatros/Theaters

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en MoMa en Nueva York

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