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December
2015
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Europe/Amsterdam

Renaud Jerez's First U.S. Solo Exhibition Opens in July 2016

Summary

ICA Miami presents an exhibition of work by Berlin-based, Belgian artist Renaud Jerez, on view July 8 through September 16, 2016.

An artist who works across disciplines but with a concentration on sculpture, Jerez creates innovative, anthropomorphic and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics and light industrial materials, the artist creates soft sculptures that allude to vampires or mummies. Beautiful, fragile and abject, these forms consider the human body alongside architecture and technology.

ICA Miami presents an exhibition of work by Berlin-based, Belgian artist Renaud Jerez, on view July 8 through September 16, 2016.

An artist who works across disciplines but with a concentration on sculpture, Jerez creates innovative, anthropomorphic and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics and light industrial materials, the artist creates soft sculptures that allude to vampires or mummies. Beautiful, fragile and abject, these forms consider the human body alongside architecture and technology.

Renaud has previously presented solo exhibitions at the National Gallery, Prague; GAMEC, Bergamo; and Auto Center, Berlin, and his work has been featured in group shows including the 2015 New Museum Triennial, New York; at k11 Art Foundation, Hong Kong; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; and Le Magasin, Centre National d’art Contemporain, Grenoble.