Juan Hidalgo

Juan Hidalgo (Las Palmas, Spain, 1927 – Las Palmas, Spain, 2018). Juan Hildago’s interdisciplinary practice brought him to be a leader of the Spanish avant-garde in the 1960s. He was a pillar of the ZAJ movement alongside Walter Marchetti and Ramón Barce and was later joined by Esther Ferrer as well as the writer José Luis Castillejo. He also participated to the recording of the “Fluxus Anthology”, a collection of sounds and music from the numerous fluxus performances events. His rich collaboration with Francesco Conz consists of series of photographs, pianos and several editions on cloth displaying his poetry.

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Piano: Verde, Blanco, Rojo, 1989
Juan Hidalgo
Piano: Verde, Blanco, Rojo, 1989