Santiago Sierra, Autorretrato en cuarentena, 2020. Photograph, lambda print on dibond, 112x200cm
Santiago Sierra Veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan Wars facing the wall, 2011 Archival pigment print 60h x 30w cm
Santiago Sierra Veteran of the War of Afghanistan facing the corner, 2011 Lambda print on dibond 60h x 40w cm
Santiago Sierra Veterans of the Wars of Afghanistan, Iraq and Northern Ireland facing the corner, 2011 Lambda print on dibond 60h x 45w cm
Santiago Sierra Veterans of the Wars of Afghanistan, Iraq and Northern Ireland facing the corner, 2011 Lambda print on dibond 60h x 45w cm
Santiago Sierra, Geometric Drawings, 1990-1991. Ink on paper, 21 x 14.5 cm
Santiago Sierra, Geometric Drawings, 1990-1991. Ink on paper, 21 x 14.5 cm
Santiago Sierra, Geometric Drawings, 1990-1991. Ink on paper, 21 x 14.5 cm
Santiago Sierra, Geometric Drawings, 1990-1991. Ink on paper, 21 x 14.5 cm
Santiago Sierra, NO, Global Tour, 2009-2011. Serigrafia, 50 x 70cm
Santiago Sierra, Walks,1990. silver gelatin print, 30.0 x 22.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, CONTEINER IN SPACE, 1991. Inkjet print on paper, 32.0 x 50.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, 20 PIECES OF ROAD MEASURING 100 x 100 CM PULLED UP FROM THE GROUND, 1992. Inkjet print on paper, 32.0 x 50.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, RECTANGLE OF 1000 x 400 CM CUT IN THE FLOOR, 1993. Inkjet print on paper, 32.0 x 50.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, DOS CILINDROS DE 250 x 250 CM CADA UNO COMPUESTOS DE CARTELES ARRANCADOS, 1994. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, LIMPIEZA DE UN PISO PARA LA OBTENCIÓN DE DIVERSAS ORDENACIONES DE AGUA DE FREGAR, 1998. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, PERSONA REMUNERADA PARA PERMANECER EN EL MALETERO DE UN COCHE, 2000. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, Elevacion de los limpiaparabrisas, 2001. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, ELEVACION DE SEIS BANCAS, 2001. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, FORMA DE 600 x 57 x 52 CM CONSTRUIDA PARA SER MANTENIDA EN PERPENDICULAR A UNA PARED, 2001. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, LONA SUSPENDIDA FRENTE A UNA CALA, 2001. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, PERSONA EN UN HUECO BAJO TIERRA DE 300 x 500 x 300 CM, 2001. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, 3 CUBOS DE 100 cm. DE LADO CADA UNO MOVIDOS 700 cm, 2002. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, CONSTRUCCION Y INSTALACION DE 12 FORMAS DE 75 x 75 x 800 CM ORDENADAS EN 2 ESPACIOS, 2002. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, LONA SUSPENDIDA DE LA FACHADA DE UN EDIFICIO, 2002. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, PERSONA DICIENDO UNA FRASE, 2002. Inkjet print on paper, 30.0 x 42.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, HABITACION DE ) METRO CUADRATOS, 2004. Inkjet print on paper, 35.0 x 81.0 cm
Santiago Sierra, LA COMPRA DE UN PREMIO, 2007. Inkjet print on paper, 40.0 x 30.0 cm
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(con)TEMPORARY SALE

SANTIAGO SIERRA

Prometeo Gallery presents a series of works by Santiago Sierra in reduced edition, accessible online at prices appropriate to the exceptional moments we are experiencing.

The outbreak in Europe of the COVID-19 epidemic has profoundly disrupted our daily lives, confronting us at once not only with the greatest health challenge of recent times, but also with a breakdown in normality that threatens to take away our values of freedom, progress and democracy. The strong lockdown measures taken by governments (closing borders, centralised concentration of all powers, suspension of human rights and confining people to their homes) have not succeeded in stopping the spread of the virus throughout the so-called "developed world", but they have had the effect of stopping production, a deep economic crisis and a sudden transformation of our habits and customs.

In this new scenario of exception, which affects art and culture in a particularly harsh way, we are beginning to sense that nothing will ever work as it did before, and that it is up to us to explore new formulas for disseminating the activity of creators. Because art cannot stop, even when museums and galleries are closed, not only because it is a fundamental productive area in our societies, but also because it is one of the most effective tools for facing reality in a reflective and critical way and exploring new possibilities.

With this spirit and purpose, Prometeogallery di Ida Pisani has been encouraged to promote virtual exhibition spaces that can replace the normal activity of artists, collectors and art consumers during the time of confinement, opening up the traditionally distinctive gallery scene to other audiences and sensibilities and seeking to insert itself effectively into the social fabric.

So far, the crisis has affected Mediterranean countries such as Spain and Italy with particular virulence, but it has also become firmly established in the Anglo-Saxon sphere and is beginning to spread uncontrollably in the economies of the south, which are less prepared to face a situation like this. This fact calls into question our outdated civilisation and threatens to completely reset a system that has not only proved incapable of realising its own values but was the perfect breeding ground for a situation such as this.

The artist Santiago Sierra is one of those who, with more lucidity and forcefulness, has denounced the injustices and contradictions of the productive model that has brought us here, based on inequality, competition and the exploitation of natural and human resources. In his work we also find an accurate critique of the power and the repressive and authoritarian attitudes with which this system will now seek to strengthen itself in order to continue sustaining itself beyond its possibilities under the slogans spread by the Spanish authorities of "social discipline" and the "new normality". That is why we have decided to begin by presenting a series of his works in small edition format, accessible online and at prices adapted to the exceptional moments we are experiencing.

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info@prometeogallery.com