Writing about the work of the Rio de Janeiro-based Catalan artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané feels like it has as much to do with confronting a series of philosophical propositions as it does with grappling with his production as an artist. This is not to say that his very considered and delicate output – which comprises drawings, paintings, sculptures, films, installations and interventions – even or especially on a formal level, is by any means negligible. It just means that in…
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