Pablo Bronstein in conversation with William Feaver
Pablo Bronstein is an Argentinian born artist who lives and works in London. He is focused on architecture and the decorative arts, and makes drawings, prints, installations, videos and live performances.
Bronstein has had solo exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum, New York; Tate Britain, London; Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneve; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Lenbachhaus, Munich; and the ICA, London. His work forms part of the collections of the British Museum, the V&A, Tate, Metropolitan Museum, and the Centre Pompidou. His publications include Postmodern Architecture in London, A is Building B is Architecture, and Pseudo Georgian London. In 2019 Bronstein will create a large-scale performance installation for the OGR, Turin, and in 2020 he will have an exhibition of his drawings at the Soane Museum, London.
'Red Objects in a Museum Interior'
Pablo Bronstein, 2012, ink and watercolour on paper, 133.5 x 118.5 cm
Courtesy the artist; Herald St, London; Galleria Franco Noero, Turin
© Pablo Bronstein