Burga’s pop art-inflected, research-intensive works address the female body and state violence. Discover this artist. Join Facebook to connect with Teresa Burga and others you may know. Website. Collection Art Institute Chicago, Perfil de la Mujer Peruana / Objeto-Estructura-Informe-Grado de Instruccion (Profile of the Peruvian Woman / Object-Structure-Report-Degree of Instruction), 2010, 9 parts of wood, acrylic on wood In recent drawing series, Burga affirms her commitment to the destabilization of ubiquitous and singular authorship by appropriating subject matter from newspaper clippings and children’s drawings. 16.50h x 11.50w in (41.91h x 29.21w cm), Untitled, 1967 Teresa Burga (born 1935) is a multimedia artist whose conceptualist pieces from the late 1960s and 1970s position her as a precursor of media art, technology-based art, and installation art in Peru. Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI), Lima, Peru Teresa Burga’s work has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions, including Aleatory Structures at Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland (2018) and at Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover, Germany (2019); Teresa Burga: An Artist or a Computer?, at the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (SMAK), Ghent, Belgium (2018); Mano Mal Dibujada, Sculpture Center, New York, NY (2017); Estructuras de aire, MALBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2015); Die Chronologie der Teresa Burga. Teresa Burga is regarded as a well established artist, who originates from Peru, like other renowned artists such as Vichi Lonati, Daniela Ortiz, Mayo Llancares, Cecilia Paredes, and Teresa Burga. Teresa Burga is a Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1935. Artists Teresa Burga. Teresa Burga, *1935 in Iquitos, Peru / lives and works in Lima, Peru \ With her conceptualist pieces Teresa Burga is a pioneer of media art, technology-based art and installation art in Peru. Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection, Vienna, Austria, Teresa Burga: Aleatory Structures, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland (2018), Teresa Burga designs the Tenth Anniversary logo of MATE- Museo Mario Testino, Peru (2017), Teresa Burga interview with ARTLOAD (2016), Teresa Burga: Estructuras de Aire, Museo MALBA (2015), 510 West 26 Street, New York NY 10001 United States, 224 Main Street, Garden Level, Germantown NY 12526 United States, Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985, Teresa Burga: An Artist or a Computer? Courtesy: the artist and Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin. Wikipedia. Autorretrato. 29.9.11, Württembergischen Kunstvereins Stuttgart, Germany (2011); Teresa Burga. Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany Artworks made by Teresa Burga, a multimedia artist whose conceptualist pieces from the late 1960s and 1970s position her as a precursor of media art, technology-based art, and installation art in Peru. Teresa Burga (Iquitos, Peru, 1935) is one of the representatives of the renovation of Peruvian art during the sixties and seventies. Teresa Burga “Líneas, estructuras, luz”, 1971 Courtesy Teresa Burga and Galerie Barbara Thumm Early life and education. Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA), Argentina Born in Iquitos, Peru in 1935, Teresa Burga studied at the School of Art Catholic University of Peru in Lima and contributed significantly to the Peruvian avant-garde art scene at the time. During this time of formal experimentation, Burga made works that questioned traditional artistic authorship, instead prioritizing conceptual prompts. Dec 13, 2013 - This Pin was discovered by Sarah Harpole. 11.81h x 25.6w x 5.12d in (30h x 65w x 13d cm), Cerraduras (Locks), 1970 Teresa Burga is a multimedia artist whose conceptualist pieces from the late 1960s and 1970s position her as a precursor of media art, technology-based art, and installation art in Peru. Throughout this time, Burga continued to make work that reflected the socio-political realities of the country: in particular, how standardized, regulated, and bureaucratic systems function as apparatuses for control and oppression––most saliently for women. 37.4h x 56.3w x .2d in (95h x 143w x .5d cm)  Pinault Collection, Venice, Italy December 1994, 2000, Silent surface, 1960 R elief on wood 40 x 34.6 x 1.3 in. Encompassing paintings and environments in the vein of pop art, as well as conceptual drawings and cybernetic installations, the oeuvre of Peruvian artist Teresa Burga (born 1935) highlights the individual's ability to influence social conditions. ... represents the first variation of her original 1978 artwork of the same name. Insomnia Drawing (14), 1990 Collection Hochschild, Lima, Peru From Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst , Teresa Burga, Composición, 33 × 40.5 cm My Feed Buy Art Exhibitions Add Artwork Sign Up | Login In the 1960s, Burga was a member of the group Arte Nuevo. Teresa Burga: 11 exhibitions from Sep 2011 - Jul 2018, exhibition venues worldwide of artist Teresa Burga, Exhibition History, Summary of artist-info.com records, Solo/Group Exhibitions, Visualization, Biography, Artist-Portfolio, Artwork Offers, Artwork Requests, Exhibition Announcements A founding member of the Grupo Arte Nuevo, a Peruvian avant-garde movement that lasted from 1966–68, Burga was instrumental in introducing pop art, op art, and happenings to the Peruvian art scene. Since the 1960s, the iconic Peruvian artist Teresa Burga has been on the forefront of conceptual and experimental practices. A pioneering figure in Latin American Conceptualism, since the 1960s Teresa Burga has made works that encompass drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual structures that support the display of analytical data and experimental methodologies. Teresa Burga has been featured in articles for the Art-agenda, the Art-agenda and the ArtDaily. In 1971, Burga returned to an authoritarian Peru, under the military rule of Juan Velasco Alvarado and his reformist government. Esquemas. Notably, the group only included two women artists––Burga and Gloria Gómez-Sánchez––indicative of the social barriers for women in the country in that moment, a subject that would influence Burga’s practice for decades. I’ve always believed that.”. Color pencil on paper © by MCH Swiss Exhibition (Basel) Ltd Informes. your own Pins on Pinterest Felt-tip pen on paper  View the profiles of people named Teresa Burga. Teresa Burga. 8.27h x 11.69w in. 17.9.10., Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano (ICPNA), Lima, Peru (2010); and Cuatro Mensajes, Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano (ICPNA), Lima, Peru (1974). 11.70h x 8.27w in (29.7h x 21w cm), Perfil de la Mujer Peruana (Uterus), 2017 Teresa Burga is a Peruvian multimedia artist whose conceptualist pieces from the 1960s and 1970s have positioned her as a precursor in the arts. ... Perfil also consists in attributing political intentionality to women, though, of course, the political vehicle is the artwork itself. Burga’s pop art-inflected, research-intensive works address the female body and state violence. Show less Read more. Dec 13, 2013 - This Pin was discovered by katleen peeters. Limited-Edition Prints by Leading Artists, Estructura de cuadriláteros negros y de colores al azar 1, 2018, Estructura de cuadriláteros negros y de colores al azar II2, 2018, Bankside Power Station, London. For the project, in collaboration with sociologist Marie-France Cathelat, Burga interviewed 290 women in Lima and recorded statistical data about their height, weight, religious identities, and political affiliations, among other categories, and displayed the findings using conceptual visual representations like a mannequin, a jigsaw puzzle, and various drawings. For her seminal installation Profile of a Peruvian Woman (1981), she collaborated with a famed psychologist to create an illuminating portrait of middle-class female life based on statistics and data. Teresa Burga “Sin Titulo/ Untitled”, 1967 Courtesy Teresa Burga and Galerie Barbara Thumm Photo: Nici Wegener Berichte, Diagramme, Intervalle. Mixed media on collaged paper “Art is not something you make look pretty just to be sold,” she has said. Available for sale from 80M2 Livia Benavides, Teresa Burga, Copia del original (2016), Color pencil on paper, 29.5 × 21 cm Her early work, created individually and with the Grupo Arte Nuevo, helped usher in a new era of art across Latin America. From 1957 to 1965 she studied painting at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. 8.38h x 6.5w in (21.27h x 16.51w cm), Insomnia Drawing (10), 1989/2019 Painted plywood Since the 1960s, the iconic Peruvian artist Teresa Burga has been on the forefront of conceptual and experimental practices. In 1966, along with other forward-thinking artists in Lima, Burga formed part of the Arte Nuevo group, a collective of artists interested in advancing genres of Pop, Minimalism, Op Art, and happenings in Peru. Her early work, created individually and with the Grupo Arte Nuevo, helped usher in a new era of art across Latin America. Teresa examines cultural customs and scenes of contemporary life in Peru and beyond. Terms of Use Online Viewing Rooms. Teresa Burga on ArtStack - art online. ). Graphite and colored pencil on wall (21h x 29.7w cm), Copia del original (Copy of the original), 2016 Her early attraction to conceptual art led her to become a founding member of the Peruvian avant-garde movement Grupo Arte Nuevo (1966–68). 35.4h x 51.2w x .8d in (90h × 130w × 2d cm), Trajes típicos peruanos: Saqra de Paucartambo (Typical Peruvian costumes: Saqra de Paucartambo), 2017 Following a similar conceptual vein, in 1980 Burga developed Perfil de la mujer Peruana (Profile of the Peruvian Woman) (1980–81), an ambitious large-scale research project and installation. Sammlung Verbund Collection, Vienna, Austria Meant to be produced and replicated by anyone via highly-detailed schematic diagrams, her boldly-saturated Prismas sculptures, for example, embody both Pop and commercial aesthetics with colorful geometric forms. Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (M HKA), Antwerp, Belgium ... for more information about this artwork contact gallery contact DailyArtFair. Burga’s pop art-inflected, research-intensive works address the female body and state violence. More art movements. Discover (and save!) A pioneering figure in Latin American Conceptualism, since the 1960s Teresa Burga has made works that encompass drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual structures that support the display of analytical data and experimental methodologies. Informe, 9.6.1972 (1972), for example, consists of a thorough portrait of Burga’s own body illustrated through medical reports, an audio simulation of her heartbeat, photographs, and various diagrams outlining biological data. Felt- tip pen on paper Formally distinct from Burga’s conceptual work of past decades, these drawings position artistic production as a type of labor—recalling her installation works from the 1970s. Teresa Burga Blanca Varela, 2018 80m2 Livia Benavides. A pioneer of Latin American Conceptualism, since the 1960s, Teresa Burga has made works that encompass drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual structures that support the display of analytical data and experimental methodologies. Sensors, 400 light bulbs Teresa Burga is also represented by Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin. Galleries and Exhibitions. A pioneering figure in Latin American Conceptualism, since the 1960s Burga has made works that encompass drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual structures that support the display of analytical data and experimental methodologies. Teresa Burga is on Facebook. Since the 1960s, the iconic Peruvian artist Teresa Burga has been on the forefront of conceptual and experimental practices. As she explains, “ I want to escape from the artist’s taste and from subjective self-abstraction, because the worst thing an artist can do is to be self-complacent and please the public. Burga’s work is featured in many private and public collections, including the Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland; Pinault Collection, Venice, Italy; Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (M HKA), Antwerp, Belgium; Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI), Lima, Peru; Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA), Argentina; Art Institute of Chicago, IL; Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany; Collection Hochschild, Lima, Peru; Sammlung Verbund Collection, Vienna, Austria; Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection, Vienna, Austria; among others. These are the sources and citations used to research Teresa Burga. Estructura. Text by Dorota Biczel, Teresa Burga, Julieta González, Miguel A. López, Kalliopi Minioudaki, et al. Their work was featured in numerous exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the SMAK, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst. Teresa Burga “La llamada (The Call)”, 1966 Courtesy Teresa Burga and Galerie Barbara Thumm Photo: Edi Hirose Teresa Burga follow During Peru’s 1968 military coup, Burga eschewed aggressively nationalistic work in favor of more socially complicated subjects. Alexander Gray Associates presented its first exhibition of works by Teresa Burga (b.1935). Her early work, created individually and with the Grupo Arte Nuevo, helped usher in a new era of art across Latin America. A pioneering figure in Latin American Conceptualism, since the 1960s Teresa Burga has made works that encompass drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual structures that support the display of analytical data and experimental methodologies. Teresa Burga (born 1935) is a multimedia artist whose conceptualist pieces from the late 1960s and 1970s position her as a precursor of media art, technology-based art, and installation art in Peru. 86.6h × 86.6w in (220h × 220w cm). Artist : Teresa Burga | Daily Art Fair is the International modern and contemporary art galleries for Current, Past and Futur Galleries exhibitions all around the world. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Wednesday, June 10, 2015. Dimensions variable, Untitled (Acqua Alta V), 2019 Contemporary art A pioneering figure in Latin American Conceptualism, since the 1960s Teresa Burga has made works that encompass drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual structures that support the display of analytical data and experimental methodologies. 11.6h × 8.3w in (29.5h × 21w cm), Obra que desaparece cuando el espectador trata de acercarse (Work That Disappears When the Spectator Tries to Approach it), 1970/2017 13 items. Black and red pen on paper Teresa Burga Sin titulo/ Untitled, 1967 Courtesy Teresa Burga and Galerie Barbara Thumm Photo: Nici Wegener Burga was born in Iquitos, Peru in 1935. – Conceptual works from the 1970s, Teresa Burga: Profile of the Peruvian Woman (1980-1981), Lips Painted Red – Strategies to Create and Maintain Female Identities & Teresa Burga, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (S.M.A.K. Facing a repressive regime which did not favor Conceptual art, Burga pursued a career in Peru’s General Customs Office, where she would remain an official for three decades, designing solutions to enhance administrative efficiency in digital information systems. Prompted by a Fulbright scholarship, in 1968 Burga traveled to the United States and for two years studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. Art Institute of Chicago, IL In other works, like Pictures with a Limited Time (1970) and Work That Disappears When the Spectator Tries to Approach It (1970), Burga invented immersive situations where spectators must activate the environment through the use of their own bodies. 102 x 88 x 3,5 cm, 1960, Cromointerferencia Manipulable Caribe, 1963-2014, "Channa Horwitz COUNTING IN EIGHT, MOVING BY COLOR" at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2015), Photo: Courtesy the artist and Galerie Barbara Thumm 
© Teresa Burga. your own Pins on Pinterest Teresa Burga (MFA 1970) is a Peruvian multimedia artist whose pop-art inflected, research-intensive works have put her on the forefront of conceptual and experimental practices. Born in Iquitos, Peru, in 1935, Teresa Burga is a conceptual and media artist and a prolific draftswoman. Two galleries around the world represent and exhibit Teresa Burga's work. Intervalos. She has also participated in many group shows, including Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA (2017), which traveled to the Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY (2018) and Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil (2018); Memories of Underdevelopment: Art and the Decolonial Turn in Latin America, Museo Jumex, Mexico City (2018) and Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CA (2018); A Kingdom of Hours, Gasworks, London, UK (2016); the 56th Venice Biennale, All the World’s Futures, curated by Okwui Enwezor (2015); The New Contemporary, Art Institute of Chicago, IL (2015); The World Goes Pop, Tate Modern, London, UK (2015); and the 12th Instanbul Biennial, Turkey (2011). Teresa Burga was born in 1935. Born in Iquitos, Peru in 1935, Teresa Burga studied at the School of Art Catholic University of Peru in Lima and contributed significantly to the Peruvian avant-garde art scene at the time. In 1966, along with other forward-thinking artists in Lima, Burga formed part of the Arte Nuevo group, a collective of artists interested in advancing genres of Pop, Minimalism, Op Art, and happenings in Peru. Encompassing paintings and environments in the vein of pop art, as well as conceptual drawings and cybernetic installations, the oeuvre of Peruvian artist Teresa Burga (born 1935) highlights the individual's ability to influence social conditions. Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland Artnews.org: Teresa Burga s Chronology at W rttembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart 2015. Join Facebook to connect with Teresa Burga and others you may know. Organize by. Discover (and save!) Oct 27, 2017 - Available for sale from 80M2 Livia Benavides, Teresa Burga, S/T (1965), Linoleum on paper, 64 × 84 cm