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Ricardo Brey

Ongon tree, 2014

Paper, spoon, coins, tortoise shells, metal, ceramic, lead, glass, buttons, leather, chains and one leporlello book
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M HKA – Museum of Modern Art Antwerp
Antwerp
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Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris-Brussels

Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris-Brussels

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Ricardo Brey
Cuban, b. 1955
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Ricardo Brey’s work defies categorization. The artist, who was born in Cuba and now splits his time …

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Ricardo Brey’s work defies categorization. The artist, who was born in Cuba and now splits his time between his native country and Belgium, says he prefers to “react organically to the prevailing mood” rather than work within a defined set of themes. In his assemblages and collections of everyday objects—including …

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About the work
Exhibition history
M HKA – Museum of Modern Art Antwerp
Antwerp
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Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris-Brussels

Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris-Brussels

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Photo Isabel Brey
Ricardo Brey
Cuban, b. 1955
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Ricardo Brey’s work defies categorization. The artist, who was born in Cuba and now splits his time …

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Ricardo Brey’s work defies categorization. The artist, who was born in Cuba and now splits his time between his native country and Belgium, says he prefers to “react organically to the prevailing mood” rather than work within a defined set of themes. In his assemblages and collections of everyday objects—including …

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Ricardo Brey

Ongon tree, 2014

Paper, spoon, coins, tortoise shells, metal, ceramic, lead, glass, buttons, leather, chains and one leporlello book
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