01.07. – 19.11.2017
Fernando Bryce (born 1965 in Lima, lives and works in New York) has long been one of South America’s leading contemporary artists. In his work he reflects on global and geopolitical events of the 20th century. He culls archives for print material which he then reproduces, using his own, slow method of ink-on-paper drawings. He is less interested in reconstructing history than in revealing ideologically-loaded imagery and the power strategies used in print media and film. This exhibition presents a variety of recent works and a new cycle especially created for the show, which explores Bremen’s colonial history and its colonial revisionist tendencies after 1914.