Santiago de Chile, 1960
Abstraction went from being one of the many avant-gardes that burst onto the European art scene to become an international trend, thanks in part to its own interpretative capacities. In this way, it has travelled a fruitful path, although not always a peaceful one, as it has been reviled on many occasions by detractors of non-objectual art. However, it has been growing and developing through multiple tendencies - concrete, gestural, non-objectual, geometric abstraction, etc. - at the hands of great masters of art. In this way, abstraction has become consolidated as one of the main languages of the art world and today continues to generate new mechanisms of communication.