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Iván Navarro

Come to Daddy, 2016

Neon, drum, one-way mirror and electric energy
72 × 31 7/8 in
182.9 × 81 cm
location
Paris, 75003, Brussels
Iván Navarro
Chilean, b. 1972
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Recognized for his suggestive use of fluorescent lights, Iván Navarro makes works rich in both art-historical and social references. Though his use of light bulbs invites comparison to Minimalism, particularly the art of Dan Flavin, Navarro’s work is conceptually quite different. He uses industrial materials to represent recognizable subjects, as with Armory Fence (2011), where he constructs a picket fence with white fluorescent tubing, calling critical attention to the object that has come to epitomize an idealized suburban lifestyle.

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Iván Navarro
Chilean, b. 1972
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Recognized for his suggestive use of fluorescent lights, Iván Navarro makes works rich in both art-historical and social references. Though his use of light bulbs invites comparison to Minimalism, particularly the art of Dan Flavin, Navarro’s work is conceptually quite different. He uses industrial materials to represent recognizable subjects, as with Armory Fence (2011), where he constructs a picket fence with white fluorescent tubing, calling critical attention to the object that has come to epitomize an idealized suburban lifestyle.

Iván Navarro

Come to Daddy, 2016

Neon, drum, one-way mirror and electric energy
72 × 31 7/8 in
182.9 × 81 cm
location
Paris, 75003, Brussels
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