April 30 – July 9, 2006

Daniel Joglar is one of the leading young artists working in Argentina today. He creates magical and evocative formal compositions out of everyday objects—post-it notes, rulers, and reams of paper. A typical work by Joglar consists of various objects spread across a tabletop; what at first glance appears to be a haphazard arrangement slowly reveals a complex and intentional web of formal connections. Joglar will create a site-specific work for the Blanton. This will be the artist’s first major presentation outside Latin America.