Pablo Bronstein's new project at REDCAT functions as a "staged essay" where the artist articulates, by means of a series of drawings and furniture, the origins of architecture from the naturalistic perspective of the Enlightenment.
The Gallery at REDCAT focuses on experimentation through new commissions that often mark the first major U.S. presentation by the featured artists. Employing temporary structures and dynamic installations, the exhibition formats are flexible and constantly reformulated to allow for a range of spatial and temporary possibilities. Through its annual series of exhibitions, publications, talks and other public programs, the Gallery highlights concepts and critical discourses that connect art with other fields and disciplines.
REDCAT's gallery publishes major monographs and art books on contemporary artists. Starting in 2013, a new series of collected small-format publications will serve as guides for the exhibitions at REDCAT. These publications serve as critical tools that transform the approximation approach to what is presented in the space and as open points of interest that contribute to the constant reinterpretation of the issues addressed. View REDCAT Publications
Tues–Sun, 12–6pm or intermission Always free
*Please note the current hours for the Pablo Bronstein performance exhibition: Tues–Sun, 3–6pm or intermission