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Eduardo Terrazas
Eduardo Terrazas, 1936

A founding member of the Mexican contemporary art scene, Eduardo Terrazas’s career is characterised by a dedication to his work within the fields of architecture, design, museology, urban planning, and art. As a young architect, Terrazas came to prominence as the co-designer of the logo and prevalent design elements for the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City. The logo – traced in concentric circles – was inspired by Huichol techniques, and set a precedent for the geometric forms that have come to define the artist’s visual language.

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Possibilities of a Structure: Cosmos 1.1.300, 2018, Wool yarn on wooden board covered with Campeche wax
Possibilities of a Structure: Cosmos 1.1.301, 2018, Wool yarn on wooden board covered with Campeche wax
Possibilities of a Structure: Cosmos 1.1.303, 2018, Wool yarn on wooden board covered with Campeche wax
Possibilities of a Structure: Cosmos 1.1.316, 2018, Wool yarn on wooden board covered with Campeche wax
Possibilities of a Structure: Cosmos 1.1.317, 2018, Wool yarn on wooden board covered with Campeche wax
1.1.315, 2018, Wool yarn on wooden board covered with Campeche wax

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