Fabien Castanier Gallery presents an Ed Broner Limited Edition Print | AVAILABLE 48 HRS ONLY | Jan 23-24
Ed Broner Limited Edition Giclée Print
The Fabien Castanier Gallery is excited to announce their latest limited edition print sale event, featuring a giclée by artist, Ed Broner. The print, "Palm Trees", is released in conjunction withBroner's solo exhibition currently on view in their Miami gallery.
The print is sized 26 x 24 in. (66x61cm) and priced at $150 + global shipping. It will be stamped and numbered on 300g cotton fine art paper, and with an artist-signed certificate of authenticity. It will be made available for purchase for only 48 hours this coming weekend, Saturday January 23rd through Sunday January 24th.
This print release will have a total number of editions based on the number of pieces sold during the 48 hour sale, guaranteeing everyone who purchases during the event gets a print.
Visit the Castanier Gallery Store to see the piece, from 12:00am (EST) Saturday Jan 23 to 11:59pm (EST) Sunday Jan 24.
CULTURE Ed Broner Solo Exhibition | ON VIEW NOW THROUGH JANUARY 31 By appointment only.
A full catalog of work is available, please contact the gallery for more information.
Fabien Castanier Gallery is excited to present a solo exhibition for contemporary French artist, Ed Broner. The exhibition, Culture, is on view December 6 – January 9 at the gallery's location in Little Haiti. The show will commence with the seasonal Progressive Art Brunch on Sunday Dec 6th, during Miami's Art Week. This is the first solo exhibition for Ed Broner at the gallery, featuring new drawings and paintings on canvas.
For Culture, Broner presents a body of work produced during the Covid-19 lockdown at his studio in Berlin. The paintings were executed based on a series of 300 drawing studies created during this tumultuous period. Recalling his earliest practice as an artist, these pieces are reminiscent of his old blackbook sketches from the 1980s. The paintings open a dialogue on a variety of subjects, all with a focus on the struggles and confrontations within our current societal climate. Greatly influenced by the media and the events occurring in 2020, Broner reveals a complex perspective on both the hope and despair of modern times.
Born in Paris, France, Ed Broner began to paint in the late 1980s as a graffiti artist. Both a photographer and painter, Broner's work is his personal diary – an authentic examination of the ideas and symbols in modern urban subcultures. His style combines influences from graffiti and contemporary painting, as well as from Aboriginal and African art. By reflecting and often subversively ironizing particular aesthetics, Broner deconstructs his thematic elements with an organic and raw objectivity.