Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited with text by Pablo Bronstein, Louise Stewart. Text by Bruce Boucher.
In these large-scale watercolors, London-based Argentinian artist Pablo Bronstein (born 1977) imagines hell as a city built up out of the architectural and technological fantasies of the last two centuries. Bronstein guides us through hell’s concert halls, casinos, botanical gardens and car factories.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Text by Sam Jacob, Catherine Wood, Andrea Bellini.
The architectural interventions of London-based artist Pablo Bronstein (born 1977) explore the relationship between classical architecture and contemporary urbanism. A Is Building, B is Architecture presents a retrospective of Bronstein’s work as well as the first survey of his architectural drawings.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Introduction and with text by Pablo Bronstein.
Gilded Keyholes presents 30 eccentric ink drawings for keyhole escutcheons done in a variety of styles, by Argentine artist Pablo Bronstein (born 1977). It is a follow-up to Bronstein’s previous book of doorway designs, Ornamental Design for the Framing of Doors.
Mimicking an architectural almanac of the nineteenth century, artist Pablo Bronstein presents the Postmodern architecture of London. Each building is described by a drawing and text by the artist. The book is based on the guided bus tours Bronstein conducted as an official project for the visitors of the 2006 Frieze Art Fair.
Taking the form of an eighteenth century plate-book, this witty artist's book proposes 83 new designs for door frames. Printed in sepia, the sometimes impractical, outrageous or tasteful designs cover many epochs and motifs--from Gothic to Postmodern, Chinoise to Turkish--but always from the same perspective.