Building Facade (Rod)
Francesca Gavin is a prolific arts writer and curator. Based between Berlin and London as Visual Arts Editor of Dazed & Confused and Art Editor of Twin, Gavin is also the curator of the Soho House art collection. Internationally recognised, she possesses a global outlook, having put together permanent displays of art previously in Berlin, Miami, New York, New York and London. She has also written five books including “The Book of Hearts”, “100 New Artists” and “Hell Bound: New Gothic Art”.
- 40 x 50 cm
- No of editions
- 10 (8 left)
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Our frames are off the wall
German crafted professional grade frames in black and white individually crafted for Absolut Art and chosen by the curators and artists to best fit the artworks.
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- 6 millimeter aluminum frames
- UV proof plexiglass
- Magnetic open / close
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About Przemek Pyszczek
Przemek goes back to the roots of his birthplace
“I'm interested in objects and places that may be banal, but tell an important story.”
Exploring the intersection of collective and personal histories, Przemek Pyszczek creates sculptures, paintings and installations. His works in recent years have been heavily informed by his Polish roots, one which sees him analysing the architectural landscape of post-communist Poland. Despite the strong connection to his birth place, Pyszczek prefers to live in Berlin, which is close to Poland but gives him the ability to reflect and work with an objective distance. Through his research and travel through Poland, Pyszczek has found a variety of graphics that have been applied to building facades in the country. The screen prints of these graphics act as capsule of time and place in Polish history.