Until 12 September 2005. The Palacio de Velzquez hosts an exhibition by Siquier, one of the most pioneering Argentine artists of the 1980s. His work is among the most original and complex of his generation, turning him into one of the most internationally renowned artists of South America. The exhibition is made up of forty paintings, charcoal murals of 5x10 metres, as well as a remarkable polystyrene installation. Siquiers work is fed by architectural concepts. and draws heavily from neo-baroque trends. Interactive, ambiguous and profound, the pictures play with chaos and harmony with geometric patterns juxtaposing the flat with the deep. For the first time in Spain, this show is an opportunity to view the cutting edge work of a highly talented young artist.