Rinzen

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Rinzen
Rinzen by Antoni Tàpies
Artist Antoni Tàpies
Year 1993
Type Tridimensional. Iron bed, metal mesh mattress, blankets flock of wool, cotton fabric, iron folding chairs, wall painting, mixed media on wood and other element
Location MACBA, Barcelona
Owner Made-up Foundation

Rinzen is an sculpture by Antoni Tàpies conserved at MACBA, the Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona.[1]

Description[edit]

Rinzen is a masterful piece by the Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies, part of the permanent collection of the MACBA, since when joined the museum's collection thanks to a donation from Repsol to the MACBA Foundation.

It was designed for the Spanish Pavilion at the XLV Venice Biennale of 1993 and won the Golden Lion for this event. Six years later, in 1998,[2] Tàpies installed the work permanently in the MACBA.[3]

References[edit]

External links[edit]