Editorial Design
Hauser&Wirth

Guillermo Kuitca

Hauser&Wirth commissioned Studio CRR to design an art book for Argentinean Guillermo Kuitca. Kuitca's work enclose recurrent themes of architecture, theater and cartography: Maps, City maps and ground plans are consolidated into poetic and territorial paintings in which reality and fiction overlap. Kuitca aligns the world in a different layout and creates new complex territorial relationships to lighten devoured social processes. The art book discloses an intriguing dialogue: The essay written by Robert Starr as well as the numerous reproductions of Kuitca's plates and the images of his studio open a representative insight into his multilayer pictorial and graphical artistic work.

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