Container Port, 2020-21, an image in the Pablo Bronstein: Hell in its Heyday Exhibition, this print is one of 22 works presenting a version of hell. Borrowing from diverse sources, from commedia dell'arte to interior design and advertising, Bronstein's work creates a highly detailed world within the space of Sir John Soane's Museum.
Pablo Bronstein was born in Argentina in 1977 and grew up in Neasden, London. He studied fine art at the Slade and Goldsmiths. He has had numerous solo exhibitions and commissions, including the Tate Britain (London), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) and Museum of Fine Arts (Houston). His work is held in public collections in such institutions as Tate, British Museum, V&A, and Centre Pompidou.
Measurements: 28 x 36 cm including border
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