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Uruguayan artist Emilio Bianchic returns to Postmasters for his solo exhibition ooh la la. Working with artificial nails, video, and performance, Bianchic unpacks the manufacturing of identity in domestic, intimate, and corporeal spaces.

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Uruguayan artist Emilio Bianchic returns to Postmasters for his solo exhibition ooh la la. Working with artificial nails, video, and performance, Bianchic unpacks the manufacturing of identity in domestic, intimate, and corporeal spaces. In the summer of 2015, Bianchic’s exhibition of video art at Postmasters was lauded as one of the most memorable exhibitions of the year, and he recently debuted …

Uruguayan artist Emilio Bianchic returns to Postmasters for his solo exhibition ooh la la. Working with artificial nails, video, and performance, Bianchic unpacks the manufacturing of identity in domestic, intimate, and corporeal spaces. In the summer of 2015, Bianchic’s exhibition of video art at Postmasters was lauded as one of the most memorable exhibitions of the year, and he recently debuted a series of videos with his collective Básica TV at NADA New York.

Una fiesta del error, which literally translates to “a party of error,” is the artist’s phrase to describe the absurdist, whimsical …

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54 Franklin Street
New York, NY, US
Tue through Sat 11 – 6pm with Thu hours extended to 8pm