The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), with the support of the Embassy of Spain, presents a solo exhibition of the Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa, the first to be held in Russia. The Catalonian artist gained fame thanks to his figurative installations and sculptures integrated in urban and natural landscapes, which can be seen on the streets of Chicago, London, Montreal, Nice and Tokyo. Airiness, transparency, «lace-like» structures contrasting with the solidity of cast iron and stone, existential problems and romantic feelings, reflection on oneself and the world — these are the features of Jaume Plensa’s work which make him an artist of «sensations and ideas». In Moscow, under the curatorship of MACBA’s director Ferran Barenblit the artist has put together an exhibition that includes his 20 key works from the recent show in MACBA.

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