Marc Breslin

Marc Breslin

(Nueva york, EE. UU., 1983)
Vive y trabaja en Los Ángeles, California.

A partir de planos de color sus obras cuestionan las bases de la representación mimética de la realidad en el arte. En sus pinturas aparecen figuras esquemáticas que rozan la abstracción y lugares que bien podrían ser un paisaje natural o un producto de su imaginación. Las imágenes creadas por Breslin generan sus propias narrativas, funcionan como estudios sobre la comunicación, o incluso la falta de comunicación entre ellas mismas, y en un espectro más general en relación con la historia del arte.

Temáticas como la ubicación y el tiempo, así como la pérdida y reconstrucción son recurrentes en su trabajo. Contempla su práctica como una oportunidad para crear “encuentros compartidos de una manera tanto histórica como personal”. 

Entre sus exposiciones individuales más importantes destaca Sticksville en Galería Karen Huber (CDMX, 2019),Cindy, Carmine, George, Pierre and Others en Galería Karen Huber (CDMX, 2017), Piano Piano en Umberto Di Marino (Napoli, Italy, 2012), Casual curses are the most effective at Scaramouche (New York, EE. UU., 2011), entre otras. Entre las exposiciones colectivas de las que ha formado parte se encuentran Through Painting, con Ana Manso y Tiziano Martini en Fondazione Rivoli Due (Milan, Italia, 2015), Lace Happening, benéfica para Los Ángeles Contemporary Exhibitions (Los Angeles California, EE. UU., 2015), Gangsters and Geniuses, pop-up con SoCal Gangsters and Geniuses via Juxtapoz Magazin Rare Form and Vagran Skateboards (San Diego California, EE. UU., 2015). Participó en el Festival of Ideas del New Museum (Nueva York). Su trabajo se incluyó en la exhibición Gerhard Richter and the Disappearance of the Image in Contemporary Art, en el Centro de Cultura Contemporánea Strozzina en el Palazzo Strozzi (Florencia) e instalaciones específicas en la Fondazione RivoliDue (Milán) y la Galleria Umberto Di Marino (Nápoles).

 

 

English
(Born 1983, New York, USA)

Lives and works in Los Angeles, USA.

Starting with color plans, his works question the basis of the mimetic representation of reality in art. In his paintings appear schematic figures that touch the abstraction and places that could well be a natural landscape or a product of his imagination. The images created by Breslin generate their own narratives, function as studies on communication, or even lack of communication among themselves, and in a more general spectrum in relation to art history.

Topics such as location and time, as well as loss and reconstruction are recurring in their work. Contemplate your practice as an opportunity to create “shared meetings in a historical and personal way”.

Among his most important solo exhibitions, Sticksville in Karen Huber Gallery (CDMX, 2019), Cindy, Carmine, George, Pierre and Others in Karen Huber Gallery (CDMX, 2017), Piano Piano in Umberto Di Marino (Napoli, Italy, 2012), Casual curses are the most effective at Scaramouche (New York, USA, 21011), among other. Amgon collective exhibitions he has been part of are Through Painting, with Ana Manso and Tiziano Martini at Fondazione Rivoli Due (Milan, Italy, 2015), Lace Happening, benefit for LACE Las Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (Los Angeles California, USA, 2015), Gangsters and Geniuses, pop-up with SoCal Gangsters and Geniuses via Juxtapoz Magazine, Rare Form and Vagran Skateboards (San Diego California, USA, 2015). He participated in the Festival of Ideas of the New Museum (New York). His work was included in the exhibition Gerhard Richter and the Disappearance of the Image in Contemporary Art, in the Center for Contemporary Culture Strozzina in the Palazzo Strozzi (Florence) and specific facilities in the Fondazione RivoliDue (Milan) and the Galleria Umberto Di Marino (Naples).