8. Rasheed Araeen (*1935), Untitled, 1995/2018

While MAMCO hosts the first international retrospective devoted to the Pakistani artist Rasheed Araeen, it seems appropriate to offer the public an on-site activation of one of his “structures,” a geometric meditation on the form that he has been producing since the end of the 1960s. The artist has proposed to recreate this work to resonate with its first context of presentation, across the lake, in the United Nations Park, in an exhibition organized by Adelina von Fürstenberg more than 20 years ago. Ideally, the work’s destiny would then to enter into Geneva’s public collections, as it is now so connected with the city.

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