Using the format of an early radio broadcast, Bryan Zanisnik will read excerpts from Dante’s Inferno each day of the fair. The 700-year-old poem details Hell as nine concentric circles of torment within the Earth, an apt metaphor for these dark political times.
Bryan Zanisnik was born in Union, New Jersey and currently lives between Stockholm, Sweden and New York City. He received an MFA from Hunter College and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He has recently exhibited and performed in New York at MoMA PS1, Sculpture Center, and the Brooklyn Museum; in Philadelphia at the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Fabric Workshop and Museum; in Miami at the De La Cruz Collection; and in Los Angeles at LAXART.
This program is presented by Untitled Art, Miami Beach exhibitor Aspect/Ratio (Chicago).