Through 435 drawings and 520 4images including sketches, sketchbooks and some pieces of furniture, MUAC analyzes the work of the brothers and French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, whose work is mainly characterized by experimentation as a base. Titled Album, the exhibition reveals the importance of drawing as part of the creative process and the formal and conceptual research that defines this internationally recognized duo projects. In most of their work highlights the dialogue between art and design, offering a cross between their languages ​​and aesthetic values​​; their designs make a complex relationship between matter, texture, line and color, as well as from industrial processes and craft manufacturing. Considered two of the most representative exponents of contemporary design, the proposal questions the different possibilities that objects can step in and fill the space.

Originating in France, Ronan Bouroullec (1971) and Erwan Bouroullec (1976) have worked together for nearly 10 years. Their collaboration is understood as an ongoing dialogue nourished by their distinct personalities and a shared notion of diligence which aims to achieve a better balance in their projects. Throughout their career worked for brands such as Alessi, Issey Miyake, Kvadrat, Magis and Kartell, among others. Their work has been exhibited in international museums, such as the Design Museum (London), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles) and the Victoria and Albert Museum (London), and is part of the collections of the Museum of Modern Art (New York ), the Centre Pompidou (Paris) and the Museum Boijamns van Beuningen (Rotterdam).

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