Pablo Bronstein was born in 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, London, graduating in 2001 and at Goldsmiths College, London, from 2003 - 04. His work spans prints and drawings to choreography and performance, always with a focus on architecture.
Recent solo exhibitions include Sir John Soane's Museum, London (2021); OGR, Turin (2019); RISD Museum, Rhode Island (2019); Bloomberg Space, London Mithraeum (2018); RIBA, London (2017); Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh (2017); Franco Noero, Turin (2017); Tate Britain, London (2016); Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart (2016); Garsington Opera, Buckinghamshire and Sadler’s Wells, London (2016); Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (2016); Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham (2015) and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (2015).
Recent group exhibitions include Tate Britain, London (2020); MIMA, Middlesbrough (2017); Kunsthalle Bremen, Bremen (2015); Galerie Rudofinium, Prague (2016); British Art Show 8 at Leeds City Art Gallery, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Norwich University of the Arts and Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Norwich, John Hansard Gallery and Southampton City Art Gallery (2016); Hayward Gallery, London (2015); and Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone (2014).
Bronstein’s work is held in museum collections including British Museum, London; Tate, London; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Brooklyn Museum, New York; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Texas.
Pablo Bronstein lives and works in London.
Pablo Bronstein and Barbara Walker in A Line Around an Idea
For the Love of the Master, 25 artists fascinated by Piranesi
Pablo Bronstein: Hell in its Heyday
A brush with... Pablo Bronstein
‘Brilliantly hellish, wondrously awful, grotesquely sublime’
Recent Print Acquisitions: Selected by Stephen Coppel
Watch: Pablo Bronstein's Baroque Event
Talk: Pablo Bronstein's 'Carousel'
Raid the Icebox with Pablo Bronstein
Pablo Bronstein: 'Carousel'
Interview: ‘Young artists shouldn’t turn any opportunities down’
London in its Original Splendour
Conservatism, or The Long Reign of Pseudo-Georgian Architecture
Pablo Bronstein: Wall Pomp
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