ROLF ART

Marcelo Brodsky

Bio

Marcelo Brodsky (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1954) is a committed artist and human right activist. He has represented Argentina in several international biennials: Lyon Biennale (2017/18), Photoespaña and Les Rencontres d’Arles (2018), San Pablo (2010), among others. His work is part of important national and international collections such as TATE Collection (UK); The Metropolitan Museum of Art (USA); Museum of Fine Arts Houston (USA); Pinacoteca de São Paulo (Brasil); among others.

Statement

Marcelo Brodsky's entire body of work is constituted with relations between the image and the word. Working with a double reading, his colorful works full of marks and handwritten notes in different calligraphic tones and bright colors on the surface of black and white images, offer re-reading of those images, that through those writings interventions, reveal a deeper reflection on those events in history and about  the place of the realities that we inhabit.

Marcelo Brodsky
Title: Milano, 1966
Serie: 1968: El fuego de las ideas | 1968: The fire of the ideas
Medium: Black and white archival photograph © Cor Jaring, intervened with handwritten texts by Marcelo Brodsky, 2018. Print with hard pigment inks on Hahnemühle paper. | Fotografía de archivo blanco y negro © Cor Jaring, intervenida con textos a mano por Marcelo Brodsky, 2018. Impresión con tintas de pigmentos duros sobre papel Hahnemülhe.
Date of print: 2014-2017
Dimensions: 60 x 90 cm - 23.6 x 35.4 in
Edition: 7
Price: US$ 9,000.00

Additional information

The work brings together a set of archival images of public and political demonstrations that took place in 1968 around the world, that marked the becoming of our history. Brodsky overwrites the images by hand-intervening them, pointing emblematic phrases from each place, updating historical events.

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2.5 x 4m / 98.4 x 157 in

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Milano, 1966