Eugen Gomringer
GrandArmyCollective, Brooklyn, NY
Nov 03–Dec 19, 2017
Eugene Gomringer, Installation view at GrandArmyCollective, New York, 2017
Eugene Gomringer, Installation view at GrandArmyCollective, New York, 2017

Supportico Lopez is happy to announce an exhibition with works by Eugen Gomringer at GrandArmyCollective, Brooklyn, NY.

Eugen Gomringer (born January 20, 1925 in Cachuela Esperanza, Bolivia) is often called the father of Concrete Poetry, along with the Brazilian poets Augusto de Campos, Haroldo de Campos and Décio Pignatari. Eugen Gomringer is head of the Institut für Konstruktive Kunst und Konkrete Poesie (IKKP) in Rehau the town in which he also lives.

GrandArmyCollective fosters community and supports a network of peers and artists by providing flexible and affordable exhibition platforms that encourage sustainability, risk-taking and curatorial rigor. Its about reigniting the camaraderie, diversity and experimentation that was once so integral to the overall health of the art world.