"Cosmos" offers new approaches to the stunning artworks of Eduardo Terrazas. Four well-known authors present a multidisciplinary vision of the artist's ongoing series "Possibilities of a Structure". Which suggests at once a curiosity in the fabric of our universe and a profoundly human hope for underlying rationality behind the chaos of the world.

Thursday, June 16th 3-3.30 pm,

Art Basel
Hall 2.1
Booth R21

Join artist Eduardo Terrazas & curator and contributor to the book Hans Ulrich Obrist at the event.

Eduardo Terrazas has explored a lifetime’s worth of questions about the nature of the universe through the microcosm of his images. He derives his visual reflections with a basic geometric structure and a technique that is inspired by the Huichol tablas from Mexican indigenous tribes. His highly colourful and playful series "Possibilities of a Structure" – of which Cosmos is a subseries – has been an ongoing project since 1974 and comprises over 650 works until today: an artistic exploration of the boundaries of the infinite.

With contributions by Marcus Du Sautoy, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Guillermo Fadanelli, Arnauld Pierre

336 pages, 400 colour illustrations
28 × 28 cm, hardcover

Published by Hirmer Publishers