Pablo Bronstein

Prison tray, 2014

£300

Slip-cast, glazed earthenware with sprigged handles
Edition of 85 + 15 APs
30 x 17.2 x 4.4cm
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About the artwork

Specially commissioned for Studio Voltaire, Prison Tray continues a common thread in Pablo Bronstein's work of hypothetical designs for domestic and architecturally influenced items including doors, fireplaces, keyholes.

About the artist 

Pablo Bronstein (b. 1977, Buenos Aires) lives and works in London. Solo exhibitions include: Pablo Bronstein: enlightenment Discourse on The Origins of Architecture, REDCAT, Los Angeles (2014); Recent History, Herald St, London (2014); A is Building, B is Architecture, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva (2013); Intermezzo: Two girls wear fashion garments on a palm tree, curated by Cecilia Alemani, High Line, New York (2013); Tate Live, Tate Modern, London (2012); Sketches for Regency Living, Institute of Contemporary Art, London (2011); Pissoir, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (2011); Garden A La Mode, Tate Britain (2010); and Pablo Bronstein at the Met, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2009). Bronstein is represented by Herald St, London and Galleria Franco Noero, Turin.

Studio Voltaire has been supporting artists for over twenty years, through our renowned programme of exhibitions, performances, events and education projects as well as providing affordable studios.

We have gained a reputation for championing both emerging and underrepresented artistic practices, often at key stage in the artist’s career. These have included Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Phyllida Barlow, Ruth Ewan, Elizabeth Price, Jo Spence, Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan, Richard Slee and Cathy Wilkes.

The gallery also provides an important UK platform for international artists, often providing them their first-ever presentation in the UK. These have included Nairy Baghramian, Thea Djordjadze, Nicole Eisenman, Judith Hopf, Paulina Olowska and Henrik Olesen.