Utopias is a look back at Modernism. It is both criticism and homage to those pure geometries and those crisp, pristine surfaces that defined the modernist movement: the “godlike minimalist objects” which intended through their abstraction to “leave history behind” and redefine the course of XX century society. It is a criticism because those ideals were utopical, they failed: Art did not change the world. It is an homage because by rescuing the imperfection of the postmodern world, by integrating it to the perfect shape and imbuing both with the mystique of the “valuable object”, I give renewed importance, relevance and life to the modernist dream, no matter how utopical and obsolete it may seem today.