Graduated from Goldsmiths - University of London
Selected by ArtReview
Design for Monumental Building in the Style of Filippo Juvarra, 2005
Buenos Aires-born Bronstein is a graduate of Goldsmiths. His architectural drawings and stage designs reference existing engravings or appropriate the style of 18th-century practitioners such as the Bibiena family, while his book jackets for rare titles, such as the complete writings of Horace Walpole, question how historical figures are revived or recreated in the public consciousness. Bronsteins work was recently part of a three-person show at Blum & Poe in Los Angeles and he is represented by Herald St in London.
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