Eduardo Costa, ‘A piece that is...’, 1970-2008, Cosmocosa
Eduardo Costa, ‘A piece that is...’, 1970-2008, Cosmocosa
Eduardo Costa, ‘A piece that is...’, 1970-2008, Cosmocosa
Eduardo Costa, ‘A piece that is...’, 1970-2008, Cosmocosa
Eduardo Costa, ‘A piece that is...’, 1970-2008, Cosmocosa
  • Eduardo Costa. Las Relaciones Mentales. Retrospective. Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, MéxicoD.F., México, 2017/2018.
  • Art Basel, Galerie Jan Mot, Basel, 2015. (Ed.5)
  • Eduardo Costa, Cinco Piezas de Museo. COSMOCOSA, Buenos Aires, 2015.
  • ArteBA, COSMOCOSA. Eduardo Costa: Cabinet. Buenos Aires 2014. (Ed.2)
  • The Title Of This Show Is A List That Includes The Dates In Which Each Of The Exhibited Works Were First Made, The Dates In Which Some Of Them Were Remade By The Artists And The Dates In Which They Were Last Shown: William Anastasi, Eduardo Costa, Dan Graham and Stephen Kaltenbach (2008) curated by Mario García Torres, Galerie Jan Mot, Brussels.
    -Draw A Straight Line and Follow It, Bard College, (catalog), with La Monte Young, Nam June Paik, Yoko Ono, George Brecht, and others. Curated by Anna Gray, 2006.
    -Art in the Mind, Allen Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. 1970.

Reproduced in exhibition catalogue "Eduardo Costa, Las Relaciones Mentales", Manuela Moscoso y Santiago Villanueva (Ed.)., Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, México D.F, 2017.

  • SPEAR, A.(1970). Art in the Mind, Allen Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, p.86.
  • LIPPARD, L. (1973). Six years: the dematerialization of the art object from 1966 to 1972; a cross-reference book of information on some esthetic boundaries. Praeger, New York.
  • GRAY, A. (2006). Draw A Straight Line and Follow It, Bard College.
  • CAMNITZER, L. (2007). Conceptualism in latin American Art: Didactics of Liberation, University of Texas Press, Austin, p. 93.
  • A.A.V.V. (2007) Eduardo Costa, Names of Friends: Poem for the Deaf-Mute, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires.
  • CAMNITZER, L. (2008). Didáctica de la Liberación. Arte Conceptualista Latinoamericano. Casa Editorial HUM, CCE, CCEBA, Montevideo. p. 123.
  • SHARP, C. (2008). “The title of this show is a list that includes the dates in which each of the exhibited works were first made, the dates in which some of them were remade by the artists and the dates in which they were last shown”, in Art Review, issue 26, New York, p.166.
    -NEEL SMITH, S. (2008). “The Title of this show...” in Frieze Magazine, October 2008, London.
  • LÓPEZ, M. A. (2010). “How Do We Know What Latin American Conceptualism Looks Like”, in Afterall, Central Saint College of Art and Design, University of Arts London and MuHKA, Barcelona, p. 5,21.
  • ESTRELA, A.(2012). Twin sons of different mothers, edición del artista, Oporto.
  • GREANEY, P. (2014), “Essentially the Same: Eduardo Costa’s Minimal Differences and Latin American Conceptualism” in Art History, issue 37, Association of Art Historians, p. 648–665. doi: 10.1111/1467-8365.12108
  • BUCCELLATO, L. (2014). Eduardo Costa, Voces, Vida y Obra, MAMBA, Buenos Aires, p.71.
  • GARCÍA TORRES, M. (2014) “Questionnarie”, in Frieze Magazine, issue 161, p168.
  • A.A.V.V, (2014) Eduardo Costa, Works 1970-2000, COSMOCOSA, Buenos Aires.

Ed. 1/12 Guggenheim Museum Collection. Acquisition date: 2014.

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