'juan araujo: el jardín de los senderos que se bifurcan' at culturgest, lisbon, portugal

Delving into the recent history of art and architecture, Juan Araujo is known for works that chart the labyrinth of references in which our creative processes take root. This exhibition - which takes its title from a Jorge Luis Borges' short story comprised of excerpts from an imaginary novel of infinite endings - is itself an endless forest of connections. Araujo's palimpsest of narratives directs our attention to the work of such architects as Luis Barragán, Pancho Guedes, Burle Marx or Lina Bo Bardi and artists from Mark Rothko to Jorge Molder, to form a cultural map, a non-linear historical narrative that calls upon, and develops the resonances of Borges' classic.

20 October 2018 - 6 January 2019

Juan Araujo at Culturgest, Lisbon