ROLF ART

Andrés Denegri

Bio

Andrés Denegri (Buenos Aires, 1975) is a visual artist working mainly on film, video, installations and photography. He graduated at the Universidad del Cine, Buenos Aires. Among his awards stands out the Grand Prix from the National Salon Visual Arts (Buenos Aires, 2015). He is also co-director of the Imagen en Movimiento Biennale (BIM) and guest film and video curator for the Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art. He has completed artist residences in Colombia, Serbia, Canada and the USA.

Statement

Andrés Denegri approaches the visual arts combining film, video, installations and photography. His projects generate dialogues between different formats, addressing them poetically and conceptually, creating tension in the classic uses of audiovisual technologies. Vintage film projectors are the protagonists of many of Denegri’s installations: from portable family devices to powerful industrial machines are combined in the production of kinetic objects where celluloid leaves the projector and travels through the space transited by the viewer.

Andrés Denegri
Title: Día uno
Serie: Grito (Scream)
Medium: Instalación. Tarima, 5 proyectores de cine Super 8, películas Super 8, sistema de loop, pantallas con tela translúcida. (Installation. Platform, 5 Super 8 cinema projectors, Super 8 films, lopp system, screens with translucent fabric.)
Year: 2007
Dimensions: 167 x 411 x 406 cm - 65,7 x 161,8 x 159,8 in
Price: US$ 40,000.00

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Cuadernos de la escuela primaria, dibujos infantiles y fotografías familiares e institucionales se combinan para generar un retrato de la niñez durante la última dictadura militar en Argentina.
Primary school notebooks, children's drawings and personal vernacular photographs are combined to generate a portrait of childhood during the last military dictatorship in Argentina.

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