Abeceda is a book designed by Karek Teige in 1926. It is composed by poems that talk about the alphabet. Each letter was choreographed and performed. This experience emerged through the need for experimentation.
John Baldessari, "the godfather of conceptual art". His work is one of the richest and most important of the twentieth century. Contains more than 200 monographic exhibitions and 1000 group exhibitions.
Robert Doisneau is a French photographer. During the Second World War, he accumulated the images that would make his success. Going "where there is nothing to see", privileging the furtive moments and those he called "the minuscule joys".