Sebastian Gordin: If Animals Didn’t Exist…, 09 Dec 2016 — 09 Feb 2017
Exhibitions

Sebastian Gordin: If Animals Didn’t Exist…

Rosenfeld Porcini, 37 Rathbone Street

Rosenfeld Porcini Gallery presents “If animals didn’t exist…”, a solo exhibition by the Argentinian artist Sebastian Gordin.

Since his beginning as an artist during the late 80’s in Argentina, Sebastian Gordin’s work is characterized for his particular kind of observation, creating (or re-creating) the world in miniaturized scenes enclosed in glass cases.

The precisely ordered composition of his work, as in “The Magic Triangle” – one of the highlights of the show -, constructs a juxtaposition with the chaos that reigns all around it, creating a perfectly controlled but unreal space, in which the pure materiality of it’s components vanishes in the halo of an ideal world and dreaming environment: an artist studio where creativity is stimulated and fantasy is unleashed.

Abstract landscapes inhabited by forms which are part animal, part rock, part vegetal, show us the continual artistic development of Gordin’s practice, which inventiveness and exploration proceed hand in hand to previous projects, opening his and our universe and maintaining the ability to look at the world with the wonder of a child.

Contacts & Details
OPENING:
mon, tue, wed, thu, fri 11:00 am – 7:00 pm; sat 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

CLOSING DAYS:
sun

T: +44 20 7637 1133
M: info@rosenfeldporcini.com
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ADDRESS
Rosenfeld Porcini, 37 Rathbone Street

ESTABLISHED
2011
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