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Most of us are transplants uprooted from our native soul, 2016

Green color pencil on paper
6 3/10 × 33 9/10 in
16 × 86.1 cm
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New York
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Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
Gabriela Albergaria
Portuguese, b. 1965
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Gabriela Albergaria uses photography, drawing, installations, and sculptures to explore the subject of gardens and trees, and their histories. In works such as Fictional Landscape… (2011), which fused drawings and prints into a fragmented snapshot of a garden, Albergaria transforms the natural world to reflect her own subjective experience of landscape. During a residency at the University of Oxford Botanic Garden, she produced Dead Tree (Waiting) (2010-), an installation consisting of a shingle oak buried up to the base of its crown and left to rot in situ.

Gabriela Albergaria, ‘Most of us are transplants uprooted from our native soul’, 2016, Sapar Contemporary
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About the work
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Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
Gabriela Albergaria
Portuguese, b. 1965
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Gabriela Albergaria uses photography, drawing, installations, and sculptures to explore the subject of gardens and trees, and their histories. In works such as Fictional Landscape… (2011), which fused drawings and prints into a fragmented snapshot of a garden, Albergaria transforms the natural world to reflect her own subjective experience of landscape. During a residency at the University of Oxford Botanic Garden, she produced Dead Tree (Waiting) (2010-), an installation consisting of a shingle oak buried up to the base of its crown and left to rot in situ.

Most of us are transplants uprooted from our native soul, 2016

Green color pencil on paper
6 3/10 × 33 9/10 in
16 × 86.1 cm
Contact For Price
Location
New York
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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