“Art as Ornament: Chus Burés and Latin American Artists in Collaboration” Exhibition

Americas Society

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For over three decades, Chus Burés has been collaborating with artists, filmmakers, fashion designers, and others on the creation of wearable artworks. In these works, Burés brings to life, in physical form, the dialogues and the encounters of different aesthetic ideas.

Trained in interior design in Spain, Burés has always understood body language and body ornaments as a means of cultural expression. In his work, Burés embraces unconventional materials and experimental designs that translate each individual collaboration. This exhibition is focused on his work created with major Latin American artists, revealing different aspects of their practices.

Chus Burés collaberators include Antonio Asís, Tony Bechara, Carlos Cruz-Díez, Sérvulo Esmeraldo, Horacio García Rossi, Carmen Herrera, Alexis Leyva Machado o Kcho, Julio Le Parc, Macaparana, Marie Orensanz, César Paternosto, Jesús Rafael Soto, and Luis Tomasello.

About the artist
Chus Burés is a Spanish designer who is passionate about body language and clothing as a means of cultural expression. He learned about the jewelry trade in workshops based in Barcelona and Madrid, where he subsequently established a studio where he could collaborate with fashion designers, photographers, and artists. These artists include Pedro Almodóvar, Bigas Luna, and Adolfo Arrieta, as well as international brands like Agnés b. in Paris and Akris in Switzerland. Burés has also worked with the Whitney Museum of American Art, for whom he designed an exclusive collection.

Art as Ornament will be presented in Americas Society Library and Archives exhibition space from September 6, 2023 through May 18, 2024.

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Schedule

from September 06, 2023 to May 18, 2024

Fee

Free

Venue Hours

From 12:00 To 18:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays

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Address: 680 Park Ave., New York, NY 10021
Phone: 212-249-8950 Fax: 212-249-1880

Corner of 68th St., Subway: 6 to 68th Street

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