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ARTISTA

Bronstein, Pablo

Buenos Aires, Argentina - 1977

PERFIL DEL ARTISTA

Asiste al Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, en la University of the Arts London, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, y se graduó en Goldsmiths College of Art.
Se especializa en bocetos arquitectónicos en tinta y gouache, colocados en marcos ornamentados y que representan edificios imaginarios que incorporan estilos de la Francia del siglo XVIII y la década de 1980. También realiza performances: su Plaza Minuet en la Tate Triennal en 2006 se basó en el movimiento coreografiado de bailarinas barrocas en la galería. Ha realizado también un tour por Inglaterra conociendo su riqueza arquitectónica. Ha expuesto su obra en el circuito internacional, como la exposición London in six easy steps, en el Instituto de Artes Contemporáneas de Inglaterra, la Other People´s Projects en White Columns, Nueva York, Herald St. presents Pablo Bronstein, Cary Kwok & Djordje Ozbolt en Liste, Basilea, y la exposición Dance of the seven Veils en la galería Cooper de Dundee. Vive y trabaja en Londres.

TRAYECTORIA ARTÍSTICA

Exposiciones individuales (Selección)

2010

  • Sculpture Court Commission, Tate Britain
  • Interim Event Commission, Chisenhale Gallery, London

2009

  • Permanent Commission, Nottingham Contemporary
  • Pablo Bronstein at the Met, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; USA

2008

  • Palaces of Turin, Solo Show, Franco Noero, Turin, Italy
  • Paternoster Square, Herald St, London

2007

  • Solo show, Franco Noero, Turin, Italy
  • Solo Show, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau Luisenstraße, Munich, Germany

2006

  • Solo, Herald St, London, UK

Exposiciones colectivas (Selección)

2010

  • Manifesta 8, Curated by Bassam El Baroni, Murcia, Spain
  • Bucharest Biennale 4, Curated by Felix Vogel, Hungary
  • Choreographing You, Curated by Stephanie Rosenthal, Hayward Gallery, London

2009

  • Characters, Figures and Signs: Choreography as "Doing" and "Saying”, Tate Modern, London
  • Blinding the Ears: Action, Behaviour, Performance, Instant Theatre in Turin, Curated by Andrea Bellini, Italy
  • Farm Building (permanent commission), Grizedale Arts, Cumbria
  • Monument for Study, Herald St, London
  • Staging the Phenomenal Character, curated by Anna Craycroft, Tracy Williams Ltd, New York

2008

  • La Petite Histoire, Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna, curated by Gyonata Bonvincini
  • T.I.N.A, conceived by Olivia Plender, The Drawing Room, London
  • Publish and be Damned, London
  • That Beautiful Pale Face is my Fate (for Lord Byron), curated by Alex Farquharson, Nottingham Contemporary in partnership with Newstead Abbey, Nottingham
  • Parallel Voices, curated by Isaac Julien, Siobhan Davies Studios, London

2007

  • Performa 07, New York, USA
  • Erasing the Edge, curated by Uovo and Micaela Giovannotti, Miami Design District
  • The 53rd International Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Germany
  • The Present Order is the Disorder of the Future, De Hallen, The Netherlands
  • You Have Not Been Honest, Naples, Italy (British Council/Curated by Polly Staple, Touring till 2009)
  • New Work Uk, You and Me, screening, Whitechapel gallery in association with Lux, curated by Polly Staple Prague Biennale, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Oberhausen Film Festival, Curated by Ian White

2006

  • Falansterio, Supportico Lopez, Napoli
  • Bunch Alliance and Dissolve, contemporary art center, Cincinatti
  • Frieze Projects, frieze Art Fair, London, curated by Polly Staple
  • Becks Futures, ICA, London, Arnolfini, Bristol, CCA, Glasgow
  • Tate Triennale, curated by Beatrix Ruf, Tate Britain
  • Three Cities, London, curated by Gyonata Bonvicini, Anna Catharina-Gebbers and Paolo Zani
  • Scene One, curated by Jose Freire, Mary Boone gallery, NYC, USA
  • Publish and Be Damned, London

2005

  • Publish and be Damned, curated by Emily Pethick & Kit Hammonds, London, Herald St presents Pablo Bronstein, Cary Kwok & Djordje Ozbolt, Liste, Basel, Switzerland
  • http://www.SAATCHIGALLERY.COM PABLO BRONSTEIN
  • Modified Uniforms, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, USA
  • Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era, curated by Eli Sudbrack, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
  • Group Show, Whitechapel Project Space, London, UK
  • Theatre/Performance forum. Organized by Catherine Wood, Tate Gallery, London, UK
  • Dance of the Seven Veils, Cooper Gallery, Dundee, Scotland Inaugural, Herald St, London, UK
  • Herald St & The Modern Institute Present, GBE, New York, USA
  • Pestilence, curated by Laura Lord, Lime House Town Hall, London, UK
  • Other Peoples Projects, Herald St, White Columns, New York, USA
  • Centrefold pages, Untitled Magazine (publication), edited by Olivia Plender and Mario Flecha, UK

2004

  • Curb Your Enthusiasm, Millers Terrace, London, UK
  • Pilot 1, nominated by Celine Condorelli. Limehouse Town Hall, London, UK
  • In the Palace at 4am, curated by Catherine Wood, Alison Jacques Gallery, London, UK
  • Publish and be Damned, curated by Emily Pethick and Kit Hammonds, Cubitt Gallery, London, UK

2003

  • Bootleg, curated by Pablo Lafuente, Spittalfields Market, London, UK
  • Centrefold artist pages, Guestroom (publication), edited by Maria Benjamin, UK

2002

  • Gatsby, curated by Lali Chetwynd, The New Lansdowne Club, London, UK

2001

  • Atelier Something, curated by Djordje Ozbolt, Dalston, London, UK

HIPERVÍNCULOS

https://www.saatchigallery.com/artist/pablo_bronstein