Pablo Picasso, Jacqueline de la Baume Dürrbach and 33 contemporary artworks for peace.

A sensational exhibition project was realized in the museum rooms of the Hofburg Innsbruck from 21.09. until 02.11.2018:

The original template (on cardboard) for the famous tapestry of the motif "Guernica" by Pablo Picasso (exhibited in the foyer of the United Nations) came to Austria for the first time.

In the spirit of NeuroArt, Lucia N°03 offered visitors an experimental journey of peace as the end of the exhibition experience.

After almost 15 years of research by Italian curator Serena Baccaglini, the gouache on cardboard, owned by the heirs of weaver Jacqueline de La Baume Dürrbach, was accessible to the public.

The imposing and visually stunning work in the original dimensions 3.50 x 7.10 m was created in 1955 by Pablo Picasso together with Dürrbach in Paris. The power of this work as an anti-war symbol is unique in human history. Pablo Picasso has thus created a motif for eternity.

Under the theme "Thoughts on Guernica", around 33 well-known contemporary artists from Austria and the Euregio area discussed the theme of peace for this exhibition. Their works - also Lucia N°03 NeuroArt - formed the important second part of this exhibition, as they act as bridge builders in the 21st century, ie in the present and can be understood as a strong collective appeal for peace.

NeuroArt is a completely new kind of art.
Lucia N°03 light technology opens a space within the brain to create a unique work of art consisting of landscapes of colors, mandalas and fractal structures, which the brain creates while your eyes are closed. Current academic studies show that this is an internal effort of the brain and thus a true and unique creation process. For many people, the experiences they witness are an unsuspectedly profound aesthetic pleasure.

Viewers are simultaneously artists, artworks and recipients - perception and creation merge into one. Thus, the limits of sensory experience are expanded and unimaginable states of consciousness are achieved.

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Photo: „Pablo Picasso and Jacqueline de la Baume Dürrbach, cardboard Guernica, Gouache on paper, 1955, 710 x 350 cm © Dürrbach Estate“ (offered by Froner & Partner GmbH, Innsbruck, organizer)Text (slightly changed) by Froner & Partner GmbH: www.guernica.at

 






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