Esterio Segura | HISTORY BITES IT'S TAIL
48 x 17 x 18 inches | fiberglass and automotive paint on fabricated books
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ABOUT THIS WORK
Recently a part of Esterio Segura's solo-exhibition in Paris, France, this "Pinocchio" is one of the last in the series. Standing on stack of books that he cannot access, HISTORY BITES IT'S TALE shows the nose that reveals lies wrapped around the puppet all the way down to his feet, making it impossible to retrieve the information that he is standing on.
ABOUT ESTERIO SEGURA
Living and working in Havana, Cuba, Segura’s work forms part of the permanent collections of the MOMA in New York, the MOLAA in Los Angeles and the Latin American Art Museum in England. Segura works comfortably in nearly every medium, creating drawings that then become large-scale sculpture that speak a kind of pop-art philosophy.
He exhibits around the world, in cities such as London, Paris, Berlin, Los Angeles, New York, Barcelona, and Beirut, most recently representing Cuba in the Venice Biennial. Christies named Esterio Segura one of Six Contemporary Cuban artists you need to know about.
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