1. Oscar Tuazon (*1975), A Lamp, 2012

The American artist, based between Los Angeles and Paris, has been developing works which are midway between sculpture and architecture, or a habitat and a ruin, taking on in his own way the principles of Minimal and Land art. After working for the architecture studio of Vito Acconci, he established a personal vocabulary through projects that willfully go beyond the limitations of exhibition spaces or suggest a world outside the field of art. Quite logically, Oscar Tuazon has been invited to take part a large number of projects in public spaces. The work being exhibited in Geneva was first shown in Zurich, where it was presented as an unlikely example of city lighting and a place to meet up.

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