Isidro Blasco at Black and White Project Space
Black & White Gallery / Project Space, Brooklyn, NY presents an extensive exhibition of recent works by the New York based Spanish artist Isidro Blasco. This is Blasco’s first solo exhibition in the gallery’s Brooklyn location.
The exhibition features The End Of Things – an enormous installation, created especially for Black & White Project Space’s outdoor 1,500 square foot gallery. The form of the installation recreates a labyrinth of dozens of distorted spaces, each marked by two simple panels one with a door and another with a door and a square window, built with basic building materials and repeated ad infinitum. The End Of Things will be on view from February 25 to May 15, 2011.
The site-specific installation in the outdoor Project Space is complemented by This Is What I Remember in the indoor Gallery – a display of a series of small-scale wall and large-scale floor sculptures, photo collages with aerial views of mega metropolises. This exhibition includes two recent short films that provide insight into the development of Blasco’s work to date and outline the range of his multifaceted explorations: Elusive Here (2010) – a dream-like narrative of transitional moments in Blasco’s life and The End of Things (2011) – a video-animation made with thousands of photographs referencing the multiplicity of images with which Blasco evokes spaces. This Is What I Remember will be on view from February 25 to April 3, 2011.
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