Pablo Bronstein

Artist
Pablo Bronstein is an Argentine artist based in London. His work spans drawing, choreography and performance. Solo shows in 2017 include presentations at Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh, and Franco Noero, Turin. His current exhibition at the Royal Institute of British Architects, which runs until 11 February 2018, features fifty new drawings of late-20th-century buildings constructed in a neo-Georgian style: an unloved British vernacular that reflects deeply held anxieties and aspirations around wealth and class.

Bronstein was the recipient of Tate Britain Commission 2016, for which he produced ‘Historical Dances in an Antique Setting’ in the museum’s Duveen Galleries. He is represented by Herald St, London, and Franco Noero, Turin.