Stefan Bertalan at the Venice Biennale

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Stefan Bertalan is a Romanian artist whose most interesting artworks will be exposed in the Arsenale at the Venice Biennale up until the latter will close at the end of November. His works are hybrids that make use of notes and drawings on the natural world including plants, animals, insects and leaves.

Bertalan reflects on the geometric shapes and the movement of objects that uses elements from physics, biology, mechanics and philosophy. The margins of these peculiar artworks are filled with notes and calculations fruit of a personal research. His studies analyze the structure of snails, the movement of leaves when they fall and the growth of plants. Bertalan gets closer and closer to the elementary shapes of which the world is made, trying to understand how it works in his drawings.

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