PLANTA is home to some of the world’s most unique art spaces, specifically designed to display works by major international artists such as Anselm Kiefer, Juan Muñoz, Chiharu Shiota or Bill Viola.
Each space is conceived according to the needs of the work and the artist, and it is the result of interaction between creators, architects, landscapers and professionals from different disciplines. Exchange of knowledge, reuse of spaces and materials and process sustainability are the creative bases for these spaces devoted to contemporary creation that echo the industrial and natural landscape.
Considered to be the ultimate work in Juan Muñoz’s career, this extraordinarily large sculpture installation was created in 2001 as a project for the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern.
The connection that the pieces have forged with the PLANTA project delves beyond material issues.
Ocean Without a Shore
A cyclical progression of images describe a series of encounters at the intersection between life and death.
Día y Noche
Monumental pair of portraits of Carmen, the artist's granddaughter, whose essence he wanted to capture through sculptural language.