Reviews2018-09-22T19:54:10+00:00

Francisco Masó. Aesthetic Register of Covert Forces

Francisco Masó. Aesthetic Register of Covert Forces Janet Batet Surreptitious Stripes, the most recent exhibition of works by Francisco Masó (Havana, 1988), curated by North-South Curators (a collective formed by Katherine Chacón and Jim Pelee) is a kind of troupe l’oeil. While it might appear-from a formal point of view-as though we were in the presence of a proposal inscribed in the ample tradition of Concrete Art, Masó’s work keeps a significant distance from the self-referential concerns that, as a general rule, characterize that school, initiated by Theo van Doesburg in 1930. Surreptitious Stripes features 20 items (patterns) from [...]