Miguel Harte, installation view, 2013.

Miguel Harte

Buenos Aires

Ruth Benzacar Gallery

A beetle inside a glass bubble, the pink entrails of an unrecognizable being, a stone cave with insects embedded in its walls, and a number of organic, wall-mounted forms representing some kind of shelves but failing to support anything other than themselves created an atmosphere of mystery in Miguel Harte’s recent show. Harte explained that “the initial idea was to perform a series of objects of small and medium size, with a seductive ‘precious’ spirit, presented on shelves where the exhibited objects would not be more or less important than the supports.” In his fusion of science fiction and imagination, the supports grabbed prominence over the objects that… see the entire review in the print version of November’s Sculpture magazine.