Limited edition Clore Pendulum (Marble, Ivory)
, 2016 by Pablo Bronstein. An edition of 5, this work was created in celebration of Bronstein's site-specific live performance Historical Dances in an Antique Setting
, 2016 which was created in response to the Duveen galleries situated at the heart of Tate Britain. Each work is signed and numbered by the artist.
Clore Pendulum (Marble, Ivory)
39.5 cm x 32 cm
Hand coloured etching on Somerset Tub 310gsm
Date of work
Bronstein is an Argentinian artist who lives and works in London. He works across a broad range of mediums, from drawing to choreography and performance; always with a focus on architecture. Bronstein’s illustrations of buildings resemble architectural plans of 18th Century France and the 1980s, with much reference to Baroque. However, these are not drawings of real places, they have been dreamt up in Bronstein’s imagination, often with the intention of creating satirical performances which fuse modern and historic elements, commenting on art and its place in society.
Bronstein has exhibited widely and his work is in the Tate collection.