by sabine7 / May 22, 2007
South African street artist Robin Rhode is known for combining performance work with lo-tech chalk or charcoal drawings on walls or pavement. Rhode’s interaction renders the flat drawings into 3D pieces, which are captured on film or video. He creates action by trying to get on a chalked bicycle, sit on a bench he has just drawn or break into the line drawing of a car. His latest exhibit includes a site-specific chalk/charcoal installation on the gallery wall and a bicycle made of soap with a bucket of water beside it, as well as other sculpture and photographic work.

Artist: Robin Rhode
+ perryrubenstein.com

Robin Rhode is exhibiting at the Perry Rubenstein Gallery in New York through June 23, in all three of the gallery’s spaces.


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