Preview: Robert Proch “Crossing The Line” Exhibition

March 30, 2016
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Robert Proch is undoubtedly one the most promising talents of the emerging Polish contemporary art scene. With a degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, city where he lives and works, he has already exhibited with solo shows in key art galleries.

Modern human condition, inaction and freedom are the concepts that will be explored in Robert Proch’s exhibition at Wunderkammern, “Crossing the Line”. According to the artist, people are influenced by numerous factors that condition their lives and actions: everyday needs, repeated daily gestures or pressures of the majority. Freedom seems an utopian ideal, still we always seek for it. But sometimes a breaking point happens in which we are able to see clearly and take a free action, take a step further; we cross the line. However not taking this step can lead to a frustration that can degenerate in destructive tendencies. The artist portrays imagined personalities in this critical state of mind, on the thin line that separates the two conditions.

Reconvene below to discover more preview images and if you are in the area, the show will be opening on April 16th at 7PM, Via Gabrio Serbelloni 124, Rome.


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