From the publisher:
Paries Pictus marks Robin Rhode's first solo exhibition in South Africa in over a decade, occupying Stevenson's entire Cape Town gallery. The accompanying catalogue documents the exhibition, which includes wall drawings with the participation of children from Lalela Project, nine photographic series and the digital animation . In an accompanying interview conducted by James Sey, Rhode discusses his return to exhibiting in the country of his birth, the significance of wall paintings in his oeuvre, and the selection of particular works based on their relevance to South Africa.”
20 x 21.3 cm | 99 pages | softcover
South African-born, Berlin-based multidisciplinary artist Robin Rhode (b. 1976) is best known for his quotidian materials, side-street aesthetic, and narrative works. He works across performance, drawing, parenting and photography.