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Santiago Lena, Versiones de la intemperie, Gres (1230ºC), Alfarería y Modelado. 36 piezas de diferentes medidas. Año: 2013. Lugar: Museo E. Caraffa. Córdoba


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Shezad Dawood in the Studio

Jan Garden Castro

April, 2018

Shezad Dawood’s neon “Wrathful Activity, Fierce Energy,” his bronze and cement digital sculptures, his virtual reality work “Kalimpong,” and his de-materialized collage/paintings at the Rubin Museum are worth visiting through January 28, 2019. They add up to a spectacular show in many media. This London-born and London-based artist has a Ph.D. from Leeds Metropolitan University and is a research fellow in experimental media at the University of Westminster. His feature film Piercing Brightness (2013) has been shown at film festivals and at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Dawood has also published two books and many articles. “Kalimpong” was a physical and psychological thrill to experience.

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Shezad Dawood (b. 1974, London); Wrathful Activity, Fierce Energy; 2018; ©Shezad Dawood; courtesy of Timothy Taylor, London/New York.