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Francisco Rozas

Pretending

Installation Views

Card paper, metal, \r<br>all objects 210 h x average width 15-20 cm. \r\nIn total 400 x 60 x 350 cm. \r\n\r\nPhoto: Pablo Ocqueteau, courtesy Galerie Gilla Loercher\r\n

Installation Pretending with 12 objects, 2016

Card paper, metal,
all objects 210 h x average width 15-20 cm. In total 400 x 60 x 350 cm. Photo: Pablo Ocqueteau, courtesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Works

Card paper, metal, \r<br>all objects 210 h x average width 15-20 cm. \r\nIn total 400 x 60 x 350 cm. \r\n\r\nPhoto: Pablo Ocqueteau, courtesy Galerie Gilla Loercher\r\n

Installation Pretending with 12 objects, 2016

Card paper, metal,
all objects 210 h x average width 15-20 cm. In total 400 x 60 x 350 cm. Photo: Pablo Ocqueteau, courtesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Press Release

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Galerie Gilla Lörcher | Contemporary Art is very pleased to present the second solo show in Berlin of Chilean artist Francisco Rozas (*1980) during the Gallery Weekend Berlin 2016.

For some time now, Francisco Rozas has been concentrating on the construction of big, fragile, geometric objects, that oscillate between flatness and three-dimensionality. Only on second sight the observer may realize, that the objects are created with light materials, such as card paper (Paperwork). They embody exemplary visualisations of mathematical dependencies. For „Pretending“ Francisco Rozas will arrange his tall objects all over the gallery like models on a catwalk.

Francisco Rozas, born 1980 in Temuco, Chile. Lives and works in Berlin. The artist studied at the ARCIS University Santiago de Chile, at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Prof. Rita McBride and at the Universität der Künste UdK Berlin with Prof. Gregor Schneider and Art in Context (Masters Degree). He received the DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch-Dienst) stipend and the CONICYT (National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research) award.
His work has been shown at many insitutions and galleries: Kunsthalle Bremerhaven; Al Riwaq Art Space (Manama, Bahrain); SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin; Project Space Berger Straße, Frankfurt a.M.; Katzengold, lvbg-Jubiläumsausstellung (curated by Constanze Kleiner), POSITIONS BERLIN art fair 2015; Video Lounge, POSITIONS BERLIN art fair 2014 + 2015; Galerie PANAM, Santiago, Chile; Galerie Gilla Lörcher I Contemporary Art (Berlin) a.o.