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  • Crossing Lines

    Crossing Lines, 2017

    Diptych. Color photography. 187 x 125 cm c/u. Ed. 3

  • Under Construction. Frame 1

    Under Construction. Frame 1, 2017

    Vídeo Full HD 1920 X 1080. 10 mins in loop. Variable dimensions. Ed. 5 + AP

  • Under Construction. Frame 2

    Under Construction. Frame 2, 2017

    Video Full HD 1920 X 1080. 10 mins. in loop. Variables dimensions

  • Scenario I

    Scenario I, 2017

    Color photograph. 125 x 191 cm. Ed. 3

  • White Hope

    White Hope, 2017

    Color photograph. 50 x 185. Ed. 3

  • Palais des Arts et de la Culture nue

    Palais des Arts et de la Culture nue, 2017

    Color photograph. 54 x 80 cm. Ed. 3

  • Adam

    Adam, 2017

    Videoinstallation. 4K vídeo. 8´30" in loop. Variable dimensions. Ed. 5 + AP

  • adam

    adam, 2017

    Videoinstallation. 4K video. 8´30". Variable dimensions. Edition 5 + AP

  • Adam 2

    Adam 2, 2017

    Videoinstallation. 4K video. 8´30" in loop. Variable dimensions. Edition 5 + AP

  • Adam 3

    Adam 3, 2017

    Videoinstallation. 4K video. 8´30" in loop. Variable dimensions. Edition 5 + AP

  • Adam 4

    Adam 4, 2017

    Videoinstallation. 4K video. 8´30" in loop. Variable dimensions. Edition 5 + AP

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Crossing Lines. Under Construction

    Crossing Lines. Under Construction, 2017

    Exhibition view

  • Juan Carlos Robles. Siesta

    Juan Carlos Robles. Siesta, 2018

    Color photograph on Dibond

    166 x 125 cm

    Ed. 3

BIOGRAPHY

Juan Carlos Robles work´s inquirie into that possibility of being, while at the same time noting the fragility of the fulfilment of such desire, in a moment of violence, convulsion and plagued by uncertainties that affect the processes of individual and collective identification.

Part of the work of Juan Carlos Robles since the nineties is mainly concerned with making visible the conditioning factors of the formation of desire, the identity crises in a subjective sense and the visualization of the psychological landscape as a way of elaborating strategies to approach the other, in the current moment of massmediatic globalization of culture. Through photography, video, sculpture and intervention in public space, he opens a sociological, psychological, philosophical and political reflection on the antagonistic tension he perceives between the desire to belong and the fleetingness that imposes living in a contemporary crowd.

Juan Carlos Robles (Sevilla, 1962) is PhD IN Fine Arts. He lives between Berlin and Malaga where he teaches at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Malaga. Since 2000 he has been working with Galería Oliva Arauna in Madrid and currently is represented by Galería Isabel Hurley.

He has exhibited among other places at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia (MNCARS) in Madrid; Sala Montcada Fundacio La Caixa, Arts Sta Mònica, Pabellon Mies van Der Rohe and MACBA in Barcelona, CAAC in Seville, CAAM in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Haus der kulturen der Welt and Sala del Senado KunstBank in Berlin, Royal College of Art in London, Art in General in Nueva York, as well as at the Johannesburg Biennale in South Africa, III Bienal BIACS de Sevilla, XXVII Bienal de Pontevedra, I Bienal de Canarias, VIDEOZONE V-International Video Art Biennial in Tel Aviv (Israel), Instituto Cervantes in Rome, Beijing and Tokyo; Laboratorio Arte Alameda and Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil in City of Mexico, Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art and Casa de España in Lima. His work has been seen at several fairs: Paris Photo, MadridFoto, Arco Madrid, Artissima Turin, The Armory Show in New York, Pinta London. His work has recently been seen in Maracaibo at VII Velada de Santa Lucía, at Centro Cultural de España in Miami, Mexico City, Guatemala and Montevideo, at Galeria Oliva Arauna in Madrid, at CAS in Seville, at Pratt Manhattan Gallery in New York, at Noche en Blanco in Malaga, CAC in Malaga, as well as at the Summa International Fair in Madrid and at the Swab Barcelona Art Fair.

Work in collections, amongst other: of Banco de España; Fundacion Pilar Citoler; MACBA; CAAC; Iniciarte-Junta de Andalucía; Patio Herreriano, Valladolid; Fundacion Marcelino Botin and Museo de Bellas Artes in Santander, Caja San Fernando/Cajasol, Seville; Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid; Ayuntamiento de Almagro, Ciudad Real; CAC in Malaga; as well as in query files: Mediateca CaixaForum, Barcelona; Centro de documentacion Priamo Lozada, Mexico; Centro Experimental de las Artes, I+CAS, Seville; CAAM, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Media library of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Castilla-La Mancha.

 







 

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