Diego Bianchi

Diego Bianchi, Softrealism, 2019. Installation view at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris. Photo: François Doury

Diego Bianchi, El presente está encantador (the enchanting now), 2017. Photo: Bruno Dubner

Diego Bianchi, WasteAfterWaste, 2015

Diego Bianchi, Softrealism, 2019. Installation view at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris. Photo: François Doury

Diego Bianchi (b. 1969, Buenos Aires, Argentina) lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Bianchi envisions artistic practice as a space for trial and error – rehearsing the situations he creates by embracing a level of uncertainty. Through installation, sculpture and performance, Bianchi explores the processes of obsolescence and decay, as well as the absurd connections that exist between things in the world. He punctuates the worth of ‘worthless’ entities through utilising them in his immersive spatial environments. Recent exhibitions include Bienalsur, Argentina (2019); Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art, Argentina (2017); Perez Art Museum, USA (2015); and The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires, Argentina (2015).