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Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, José-Ricardo Presman has had numerous one-man shows at the Amos Eno Gallery, of which he is a charter member. He has also exhibited in group shows around the U.S. and Canada.
For the past 35 years, Presman has been creating conceptually based installations which move the viewer to re-examine contemporary notions of history and pre-history, as well as to challenge contemporary speculation of what our future holds. He achieves this by presenting the research and findings of esoteric science, through cognition described as supersensible. His work is meant to psychologically affect and expand the viewer’s viewpoint of the world beyond the gallery experience.
The Blood and the Bones, 2016
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