For Spectrum's inaugural event, research associate Ian Alteveer joined Pablo Bronstein to discuss the work in the exhibition Pablo Bronstein at the Met. Bronstein talks about his process, his inspiration, his drawings, performances, and installations, offering a fascinating read of architecture as an index of societal power structures and community organization.
Pablo Bronstein (British, b. 1977) is the sixth artist to participate in an ongoing series of exhibitions at the Met that highlights the work of contemporary artists. Pablo Bronstein at the Met presents new, site-specific work that addresses the history and future of The Metropolitan Museum of Art itself. This is the London-based artist’s first solo exhibition in New York.
Pablo Bronstein, artist; Ian Alteveer, research associate, Department of Nineteenth Century, Modern, and Contemporary Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Spectrum is a new group organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art that provides fresh perspectives on the Met's collections and special exhibitions. Spectrum events offer the chance to interact with contemporary artists, to discuss art, music, video, and new media, and to socialize with other Museum fans.