The work of Iván Capote is a venture in creating outbursts of reflection in the viewer. This is achieved through principal concepts such as visual poetry, philosophy, conceptualism and minimalism. Iván Capote was inspired greatly by the poem “Il Pleut” by Guillaume Apollinaire, which in turn motivated him to investigate other experimental poets and poetry. He wrote calligram poems with a typewriter himself. This only added to his interest in how it was possible to create forms and images with words and their structures. Using the evocative quality of language in his art, he translates our experience, passions, fears and emotions into something tangible and concrete. Even though text and writing play key roles in his artistic process, he also produces work that focuses more on form and its nature as well as sculptural matters.
Etel Adnan Ai Weiwei Leila Alaoui Juan Araujo Kader Attia Daniel Buren Cai Guo-Qiang Alejandro Campins Iván Capote Yoan Capote Loris Cecchini Elizabet Cerviño Chen Zhen Nikhil Chopra Marcelo Cidade Jonathas De Andrade Berlinde De Bruyckere Leandro Erlich Carlos Garaicoa Osvaldo González Antony Gormley Gu Dexin Shilpa Gupta Subodh Gupta Carsten Höller JR Ilya & Emilia Kabakov Zhanna Kadyrova Kan Xuan Anish Kapoor André Komatsu Jannis Kounellis Luis López-Chávez Jorge Macchi Ahmed Mater Cildo Meireles José Manuel Mesías Sabrina Mezzaqui Margherita Morgantin Moataz Nasr Hans Op de Beeck Ornaghi & Prestinari Giovanni Ozzola Susana Pilar Michelangelo Pistoletto Kiwon Park Qiu Zhijie Tobias Rehberger Arcangelo Sassolino Manuela Sedmach Serse Kiki Smith Nedko Solakov Marta Spagnoli José Antonio Suárez Londoño Hiroshi Sugimoto Sun Yuan & Peng Yu Pascale Marthine Tayou Armando Testa Nari Ward Sislej Xhafa José Yaque Zhuang Hui