“Bernardi Roig: NO/Escape” at the Phillips Collection in Washington.
With his six sculptures, exhibited in unexpected indoor and outdoor spaces, Bernardi Roig defies the perception of visitors.
His project responds to the idea of dual concepts: captivity and freedom, blindness and clarity, absence and presence. As part of the Intersections series, NO/Escape expresses anguish, despair and the loss of individuality in contemporary society, which the artist considers as consumed by personal image. This work resonates with the museum’s permanent collections, its history and its architecture.
Until 15th February.