The Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MADC), located in the National Cultural Center, opened the exhibition “What’s after contemporary art?”, The second edition of the Bancarte Prize.
This exhibition is an initiative of the Costa Rican Banking Association, created with the purpose of promoting reflection on the different definitions of contemporary art by young creators in the field of visual arts.
The works that make up this exhibition were selected from a total of 120 artistic proposals that attended the Bancarte call.
In addition, the selected works are accompanied by a small selection of artists invited to the exhibition, which creates a dialogue between their works – already existing – and the unpublished selection of Bancarte.
Together, all the works offer a set of reflections and new insights about the significant momentum of contemporary art, demonstrating the ever-changing and interdisciplinary nature of artistic modernity.
Among the selected artists, Marcela Araya, Andrea Bravo, Roberto Carter, Carlos Fernández, Luciano Goizueta, La Cholla Jackson, Sara Mata, Andrés Murillo, Jose Rosales, Stephanie Williams, Mis Pelotas, Jimena Coto and Diego Durán participate.
The Museum of Contemporary Art and Design is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. at 4:50 p.m. Admission is free.