Tatiana Kourochkina Art Gallery presents the latest works by Hugo Orlandini (1974), a Cuban artist based in Barcelona.
In a modern ironic aesthetic, Orlandini explores social phenomena taking everyday elements out of context and extrapolating their meaning. The works produced, sculptures and installations, have great visual impact and a high degree of technical and dramatic complexity.
On this occasion the gallery will become a space in which reality will confront a unidirectional treatment of the present as reflected in the media, leaving no space for indifference.
Text by Iván de la Nuez
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