Sebastián Gordín: If Animals didn’t Exist..

9 December 2016 – 11 February 2017

Rosenfeld Porcini, London

http://rosenfeldporcini.com/exhibitions/32/overview/

Gordín emerged in the Argentina of the late 80’s and was part of a group of artists who were heavily criticized for their apparently non-political art.

‘If animals didn’t exist….’ quotes the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben and specifically references the openness of his three most recent sculptural installations. In these, the landscape has become abstract; part animal, part rock, part vegetal but most of all referencing 20th Century Sculpture.

<span class="artist"><strong>Sebastián Gordín</strong></span>, <span class="title"><em>The nest (Ville d'Avray)</em>, 2015</span>

Image: The nest (Ville d’Avray), 2015

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