Born 1977, Buenos Aires; lives and works in London
Pablo Bronstein works primarily with ink and gouache executing refined sketches and works on paper that incorporate 1980s postmodernist and 18th century post-revolutionary French architecture. Finding parallels between their decadent pretensions and their demonstration of precise moments in history via formalist structure, these periods, for Bronstein, define what it is to be a citizen, embracing the heroic as a uniting social value. His choreographed live performances are often collaborations with professional dancers and accentuate how architecture informs our identity and movements.
Major upcoming solo exhibitions include The Grand Tour at Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham and Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, UK (2015). Previous shows include REDCAT, Los Angeles (2014); Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva (2013); Tate Modern, UK (2012); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2011).